GED Classes Lawton, Oklahoma

Listed here are all GED prep class sites and testing facilities in the Lawton region. Oklahoma is using two options for high school equivalency testing: the GED and HiSET.

GED® and HiSET® testing is offered in an online format and at state-designated test centers.

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The tests offer adults who don’t have a high school diploma an extra chance to earn an equivalent credential.

The HiSET® exam is offered in paper and computer-based formats, while the GED is fully computer-formatted.

The GED contains four subtests that assess an applicant’s proficiency in these academic subject areas:

  • Math
  • Science
  • English Language Literacy
  • Social studies

These four exams can be completed individually and in the order you desire.

HiSET testing comes with individual language writing and language reading tests (so five in total) that are also offered separately.

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Taking the tests online was, until recently, never an option. But now, we have seen the arrival of both GED and HiSET online testing options. For information on the newly launched HiSET and GED testing options, go to the bottom of this post.

Visit Oklahoma GED Testing for more information about GED passing scores, qualification requirements in Oklahoma, or testing fees.

Lawton GED Prep Classes

Great Plains Technology Center Adult Basic Education
4500 W Lee Blvd, Lawton, Oklahoma 73505, Ph: 580-250-5685

Lawton One-Stop Career Center
1711 SW 11th Street, Lawton, Oklahoma 73501, Phone: 580-357-3500

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Comanche Nation Education Center GED Program
1608 SW 9th Street, Lawton, OK 73501, Phone: 580-699-7218

Goodwill Career Development Center-Lawton
1901 W Gore Blvd, Lawton, Oklahoma 73501, Phone: 580-699-5580 x 3005
NOT a GED program, but Goodwill offers services such as Online Job Searching, Resume Building, Basic Computer Skills, Interview Techniques, and Career Assessments.

Sylvan Learning Lawton
2603 NW Cache Road, Suite 2, Lawton, OK 73505, Phone: 580-215-1266

Lawton Correctional Facility GED Program
8607 SE Flower Mound Rd, Lawton, Oklahoma 73501, Phone: 580-351-2778
Not open to the public

Locations around Lawton (Cities by Alphabet)

Southwest Technology Ctr GED Instruction
711 W Tamarack Rd – Altus – Oklahoma 73521 – Ph: 580.477.2250

Great Plains Literacy Council (@Altus Public Library)
421 N Hudson St – Altus – Oklahoma 73521 – Ph: 580.477.2890
High School Equivalency prep is offered through small classes or one-to-one tutoring to accommodate students’ level of achievement and personal goals.

Adult Learning Center-Anadarko
111 S.W. 4th St – Anadarko – Oklahoma 73005 – Ph: 405.247.9876

Bureau of Indian Affairs Adult Education
132 East Broadway – Anadarko – Oklahoma 73005 – Ph: 405.247.2839

Chickasha Adult Education
1208 S. 17th Street – Chickasha – Oklahoma 73018 – Ph: 405.222.6562
Located on the corner of 18th and Missouri

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Red River Technology Center GED Classes
3300 W Bois d’Arc – Duncan – Oklahoma 73534 – Ph: 580.255.2903 ext. 222

Oklahoma Works – Duncan Center (Referral and Advice Only)
1927 West Elk Ave – Duncan – Oklahoma 73533 – Ph: 580.252.8159 or 580.255.8950

Caddo Kiowa Technology Center
1415 7th Street – Fort Cobb – Oklahoma 73038 – Ph: 405.643.5511

Great Plains Technology Center
2001 E Gladstone Ave – Frederick – Oklahoma 73542 – Ph: 580.250.5685

Metro Technology Ctr. Springlake Campus
1900 Springlake Dr – Oklahoma City – Oklahoma 73111 – Ph: 405.595.4315
For all Oklahoma City locations, visit Oklahoma City Area GED Classes

Mid-American Tech Ctr. GED Classes
27438 OK 59 – Wayne – Oklahoma 73095 – Ph: 405.222.6562 (Chickasha Adult Education)

Region 9 Paul Irwin Center GED Classes
301 Texas 11 Loop – Wichita Falls – Texas 76306 – Ph: 940.322.6928
To discover all Wichita Falls area GED classes, see the post -> Wichita Falls Area GED Programs

GED and HiSET Online Testing Options

In earlier days, students wanting to secure a high school equivalency (HSE) diploma always had to show up in person at one of Oklahoma’s state-designated testing sites. There simply was never an option to sit for the exams online. Recently, however, we’ve seen the launch of both GED and HiSET online testing options.

When you want to learn all about the recently launched online HiSET testing option where a proctor will see if you do it all in line with the regulations, visit ‘The online HiSET test.’ To get more information about the newly introduced online proctored GED exam, go to this article: ‘The online proctored GED exam.’

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Lawton Area GED Test Centers

Comanche Nation Ed. Center (GED)
1608 SW 9th. Street – Lawton – Oklahoma 73501 – Ph 580.591.0203

Great Plains Technology Ctr. (GED or HiSET)
4500 West Lee Boulevard – Lawton – Oklahoma 73505 – Ph 580.250.5562

From here, cities by alphabet

Western Oklahoma State GED and HiSET Test Center
2801 N. Main Street – Altus – Oklahoma 73521 – Ph 580.477-7921

Anadarko Adult Education (HiSET)
111 SW. 4th Street – Anadarko – Oklahoma 73005 – Ph 405.247.9876

Chickasha Adult Learning Center (GED or HiSET)
1208 South 17th Street – Chickasha – Oklahoma 73018 – Ph 405.222.6562

Red River Technology Center (GED and HiSET)
3300 West Bois d’Arc – Duncan – Oklahoma 73534 – Ph 580.255.2903

Vernon College GED Testing Site
4400 College Drive – Vernon – Texas 76384 – Ph 940.552.6291

Vernon College Test Center (GED)
4105 Maplewood Avenue – Wichita Falls – Texas 76308 – Ph 940.696.3778

Why Get a GED?

There are so many reasons why getting your GED diploma will help you work toward a brighter future. First off, the unemployment for people with a high school or equivalent diploma is much lower than for people who don’t have this level of education.

You also can enter a training program, go to college, or join the military when you hold this credential. Additionally, your confidence will definitely get a boost along with your skills and knowledge level.

In Oklahoma, you don’t have to wait before you’re allowed to retake one of the GED subtests, but this applies only to your first two retakes. After you’ve taken a subject test three times, there’ll be a required 60-day wait period. Then again, there’s no limit to the number of times you can retake a subtest in one calendar year.

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Last Updated on January 5, 2024.