GED Classes LaGrange, Georgia

Listed here are all GED and HiSET prep class locations and testing sites in the LaGrange region. Georgia is using two options for High School Equivalency testing, the GED and HiSET exams.

The GED exam is exclusively offered on a computer, while the HiSET can be taken both on a computer and on paper.

Online GED Classes

A simple and easy way of getting your GED diploma.

Learn fast, stay motivated, and pass your GED quickly.

Both the GED® and HiSET® exams are given at state-approved test sites and in online formats. The assessments give people who never graduated from high school one more shot at securing an equivalent degree.

Testing occurs at a level similar to what students must command upon graduation.

The GED includes four modular subtests measuring knowledge in the fields of

  • Language
  • Social Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Science

You can take one (or more) subtests at a time and in any order.

The HiSET comes with separate reading and writing subtests, so five overall, that can also be taken separately.

Until recently, online GED or HiSET testing was no option. Test-takers had to appear at one of Georgia’s official testing centers.

That has changed, however, with the arrival of the online, proctored GED test. Georgians can also take the HiSET exam, which is also offered at test centers and online. Read more below.

GED or HiSET Georgia graduates may qualify for a $500 HOPE Grant. See also the bottom of this page.

If you want to learn more about Georgia GED testing fees, passing scores, or eligibility criteria, visit our page “The Georgia GED Test.”

LaGrange GED Prep Classes

West Georgia Technical College
1 College Circle | LaGrange | GA 30240 | Phone: 706-756-4652
GED classes are held at 1302 Orchard Hill Road

West Georgia Technical College Adult Learning Center
1302 Orchard Hill Road | LaGrange | GA 30240 | Phone: 706-756-4652

New Ventures GED Program
306 Fort Drive | LaGrange | GA 30240 | Phone: 706-882-7723
NOT a GED program, but New Ventured is a community-based organization that is offering an educational program that is helping people who don’t have a high school diploma and is targeted towards adults in the age group 16-60 who wish to earn a GED diploma while working.

Check also:
GED Testing Requirements in Georgia

Locations around LaGrange (Cities by Alphabet)

Lee Co. Literacy Coalition GED Instruction
1365 Gatewood Dr | Suite 519 | Auburn | AL 36830 | Ph: 334.705.0001
For all Auburn area GED prep options, <- check here

West Georgia Technical College GED Classes
997 South Hwy 16 | Carrollton | GA 30116 | Ph: 770.838.3173
See all Carrollton area GED prep sites <- here

Goodwill Industries Southern Rivers GED Classes
2601 Cross Country Drive (Building A) | Columbus | GA 31906 | Ph: 706.641.5626
All Columbus area GED classes are listed here -> Columbus Area GED Classes

West GA Tech-Franklin GED Instruction
13017 GA Highway 34 East | Franklin | GA 30217 | Phone: 706.948.0258

17529 Roosevelt Highway | Greenville | GA 30222 | Phone: 706.672.3171

Georgia GED Practice Tests

West Georgia Technical College-Coweta
200 Campus Drive | Newnan | GA 30263 | Phone: 770.755.7855

Coweta Co. Jail GED Instruction
560 Greison Trail | Newnan | GA 30263 | Phone: 770.235.1664
Not open to the public

Lee Co. Literacy Coalition GED
2133 Executive Park Dr | Opelika | AL 36801 | Ph: 334.705.0001
Check out more Opelika locations here -> Auburn area GED Classes

Randolph Co. Economic Development Authority (RCEDA – SUSCC)
1218 US Hwy 431 | Roanoke | AL 36274 | Ph: 334.749.8480
There’s also the Ready-to-Work (RTW) program. This is a program of the Northeast Alabama Community Development Corporation in partnership with SUSCC, RCEDA, and YES (Youth Employment Services).

Southern Union State Community Coll. GED Program
321 Fob James Dr | Valley | AL 36854 | Ph: 334.749.8480

Circle of Care
2200 35th Place | Valley | AL 36854 | Ph: 334.768.4091

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Free online GED prep course in Georgia

LaGrange Area GED Test Centers

West Georgia Tech  HiSET testing
One College Circle | LaGrange | GA 30241 | Phone: 706-756-4619

Columbus Tech (Library Bldg, Rm 606)
928 Manchester Expwy | Columbus | GA 31904 | Phone: 706-649-1822 (GED and HiSET)

West Georgia Tech
200 Campus Drive | Newnan | GA 30263 | Phone: 770-755-7856

Southern Union State Community College
1701 LaFayette Parkway | Opelika | AL 36801 | Phone: 334-745-6437

Southern Crescent Tech
1533 Highway 19 S | Thomaston | GA 30286 | Phone: 706-646-6121 (GED), 770-229-3176 (HiSET)

Southern Union State College
321 Fob James Drive| Valley | AL 36854 | Phone: 334-756-4151

Southern Union State College
750 Roberts Street | Wadley | AL 36276 | Phone: 334-745-6437 or 256-395-2211

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Introducing the Online GED and HiSET Tests

Until recently, taking the GED or HiSET exam was only possible at state-approved HSE testing centers. There simply was no online option for taking the GED or HiSET exam. If you were looking to acquire the Georgia GED credential, your personal appearance was required.

But now, with the introduction of an online GED and HiSET testing option, all of that has changed. When you take the online-formatted GED or HiSET exam, an online proctor will help you with the test-taking process and will see if everything is in line with strict regulations.

Visit this page: ‘Online GED Test’ for more information about the online GED test, and for more details about the “HiSET-At-Home” Exam, <- check out this page.

The Hope Grant

GED or HiSET graduates in Georgia may qualify to receive a $500 HOPE GED Grant. They can use this grant for their post-secondary academic education in Georgia.

Georgia’s HOPE GED Grant may be offered to students who acquired their GED (high school equivalency) diploma via the Technical College System of Georgia.

The HOPE GED Grant provides a one-time $500 award that must be used for tuition and books or toward other educational costs at selected public technical colleges or at selected public and private colleges or universities.

There is no requirement for full-time enrollment, but students need to have used their HOPE GED Grant within two years after they received their GED diploma.

A $200 HOPE Grant may also be available to cover the cost of taking the GED or HiSET exam.

Last Updated on November 16, 2023.