GED Classes Montpelier, Vermont

This page lists all GED preparatory classes and testing sites in the Montpelier region. Vermont is using the computer-formatted GED (General Education Development) exam for high school equivalency testing.

There are four GED subtests that can be taken only at state-approved Vermont GED testing centers. The state does not offer online GED testing.

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The GED® test offers people who quit high school without graduating one more option to secure an equivalent degree.

Testing occurs at a level comparable to what HS seniors must command upon graduation.

The four subtests are separate modules that cover Reasoning through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Social Studies, and Science.

You have the option to take one (or more) of the GED subtests at a time. No need to take it all at once.

In most states, it used to be that online GED testing was not possible. Your personal appearance at an official GED testing site was required.


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In most states, though, this has now changed with the arrival of an online GED testing format. To learn more, check the information at the bottom of this page (online GED testing is not available in Vermont, New York, and South Carolina).

Montpelier GED prep facilities

Montpelier Learning Center GED Instruction
100 State St | Suite 3 | Montpelier | VT 05602 | 802.223.3403

Vermont Humanities
11 Loomis St | Montpelier | VT 05602 | 802. 262.2626 ext. 310
NOT a GED program, but Vermont Humanities offers the Vermont Reads Community Reading Program so participants can improve their reading skills.

Washington County Youth Service Bureau
38 Elm St | Montpelier | VT 05601 | 802.229.9151
NOT a GED program, but the Washington County Youth Service Bureau offers several programs to support and enrich the lives of young adults and families across Washington County. The agency helps youth ages 12-22 who are at risk of becoming homeless through individual and/or family counseling.

GED Requirements in Vermont

Locations around Montpelier (cities by alphabet)

Centr. Vermont Adult Basic Education
46 Washington St | Suite 100 | Barre | VT 05641 | 802-476-4588

ReSOURCE YouthBuild Barre
30 Granite St | Barre | VT 05641 | 802-355-2790 or  802-310-0946

Centr. Vermont Adult Basic Education
24 Barton St | Ste 1 | Bradford | VT 05033 | 802.222.3282

Chittenden Co. Adult Education
29 Church St | Suite 9 | Burlington | VT 05401 | 802.846.7245
Find all Burlington area prep locations here -> Burlington GED classes

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Canaan Learning Center
300 Gale St | Canaan | VT 05903 | 802.274.2608 or 802.266.3933

Hardwick Learning Ctr (NE Kingdom Learning Services)
64 North Main St | Hardwick | VT 05843 | 802.472.3183

Island Pond Learning Center GED Classes
49 Mill St | Island Pond | VT 05846 | 802.723.1134

Cobleigh Public Library 
14 Depot St – Lyndonville – VT 05851 – 802-626-5475
A Northeast Kingdom tutor is available Mondays from 1 to 3 pm for GED tutoring

Central Vermont Adult Basic Education
52 Portland St | Morrisville | VT 05661 | 802.888.5531

Newport Adult Learning Ctr (NE Kingdom Learning Services)
55 Seymour Lane | Newport | Vermont 05855 | 802.334.2839

Randolph Learning Ctr
10 S Main St | Randolph | VT 05060 | 802.728.4492

Vermont Technical College (Ed2Go Online Program)
124 Admin Dr | Randolph Center | VT 05061 | 800.442.8821

Vermont Adult Learning Ctr Rutland
16 Evelyn St | Ste 101| Rutland | VT 05701 | 802.775.0617
Check all Rutland area programs here -> Rutland GED classes

St. Johnsbury Learning Ctr GED Classes (Northeast Kingdom Learning Services)
166 Railroad Street | Saint Johnsbury | Vermont 05819 | 802.748.5624

Vermont Adult Learning Ctr Waterbury
60 S Main St | Waterbury | VT 05676 | 802.244.8765

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Welcoming an online GED testing format

Sitting for the GED exam via the internet was, until recently, no option. To earn your GED diploma, you were required to come, in person, to an official, state-recognized GED testing center. And that’s still the case in Vermont.

But there are some interesting developments going on. Recently, we saw the introduction of an online proctored option to take the four GED subtests. A proctor will check online if your test-taking happens in accordance with the rules and regulations. To learn more about this interesting development, check out this article -> Introducing the online GED test.

Montpelier area GED testing centers

Central Vermont Adult Basic Education GED Testing
46 Washington Street – Suite 100 – Barre – VT 05641 – Ph 802-476-4588

Vermont Adult Learning Burlington
29 Church Street – Burlington – VT 05401 – Ph 802-846-7245

Vermont Adult Learning Center Middlebury
282 Boardman Street – Middlebury – VT 05753 – Ph 802-388-4392

Northeast Kingdom Learning Services
One Main Street – Newport – VT 05855 – Ph 802-334-6532

Vermont Adult Learning St. Albans
5 Lemnah Drive – St. Albans – VT 05478 – Ph 802-524-9233

For eligibility criteria visit GED in Vermont

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Your future

Holding the GED diploma will certainly result in better job options and promotions on the job, and it allows for a college education. The GED is accepted as the equivalency of a high school credential by virtually all US businesses, government organizations, employers, and colleges.

This website informs you about all possible aspects of the GED exam and you can go to the GED’s organization website GED.com to learn every detail about the GED program and how to register and pay for your testing sessions.

How old do I need to be?

In Vermont, you need to be at least 16 years old. Testers 16 & 17  years old, however, will need to submit a consent form signed by a parent/guardian.

Applicants must be Vermont residents but they don’t have to attend a prep course first or take the GED Ready® test. It is strongly recommended, though, to become well-prepared through the state’s Adult Education & Literacy system. Classes are offered at no cost at all.

Another great option, particularly for students that live in remote regions, is to follow a good online GED prep course. There are quite a few options over the internet at no charge as well.

Last Updated on June 18, 2022.