This post lists all GED prep sites and testing centers in the Owensboro region. In Kentucky, you’ll have to pass the GED exam to earn your high school equivalency diploma.
You can take the four GED subtests online or at certified test centers.
The assessment gives adults who did not complete high school one extra chance to earn an equivalent credential.
The GED® exam includes four separate subtests in these academic fields: literacy, social studies, science, and math.
The GED exam assesses academic proficiency at a level that’s similar to that of HS seniors upon graduation.
There’s no need to take all four tests in one session. You can take these subtests (modules) one at a time.
First-time testers can take the four GED tests at no cost thanks to the KY Skills U program.
In the past, online GED testing was not possible. You had to come to an official Kentucky GED testing site and take the four subtests in person.
That has now changed, however, as a new online GED testing option was introduced. See more below.
Owensboro GED prep classes
Owensboro Comm. & Technical College SkillTrain-Daviess County
1501 Frederica Street, Owensboro, KY 42301, Ph: 270-686-4454/3786 (Workforce Solutions)
If you want to brush up on your academic skills to earn your GED diploma so you can go to college or improve your career opportunities, OCTC’s SkillTrain is the perfect solution that will help you all the way. GED prep classes are offered at no charge and are held on Mondays through Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Friday by appointment only.
Owensboro Comm. & Technical College SkillTrain
For SkillTrain GED Classes call:
Daviess County: 270.686.4454
Hancock County: 270.927.8066
McLean County: 270.231.0338
Ohio County: 270.298.4470
Owensboro Community and Technical College GED Plus Program
The GED Plus program allows you to earn a tuition-free college certificate while simultaneously working toward your GED diploma. You can earn a certificate in these high-demand fields: Healthcare, Construction/Trades, Advanced Manufacturing, Business Services/IT, and Transportation/Logistics. For more information, call 270-686-3796.
Kentucky Career Center-Owensboro (Referral Only)
3108 Fairview Drive, Owensboro, KY 42303, Ph: 270-687-7297
Locations around Owensboro (cities by alphabet)
Branchville Correctional Facility (HiSET)
21390 Old State Rd 37, Branchville – IN 47514, Ph: 812.843.5921
Not publicly available
Muhlenberg Co. Adult Education (Madisonville Community College)
50 Career Way, Central City, KY 42330, Ph: 270-824-1770/1893
Evansville Literacy Center
3411-A First Avenue, Evansville, Indiana 47710, Phone: 812.429.1222
For all Evansville HiSET prep centers, visit -> Evansville HiSET Programs
Breckinridge County Adult Ed. GED Classes
108 3rd Street, Hardinsburg – KY 40143, Ph: 270.756.1730
SkillTrain OCTC Ohio County (@Ohio County Public Library)
413 South Main St – Hartford – KY 42347, Phone: 270.298.4470 or 270-864-6824
Hancock County Career Center
1605 US Highway 60 W – Hawesville – KY 42348, Ph: 270.927.8066 or 270.756.1730
Community Coll. Henderson-GED Program
2660 South Green St – Henderson – KY 42420 | Ph: 270.831.9648/9649
Dubois County Adult Education Center
1103 Main St, | Jasper | IN 47546 | Ph: 812.634.1997
SkillTrain-McLean County (McLean County Public Library)
116 E 2nd Street | Livermore | KY 42352 | Ph: 270.231.0338 or 270.686.3781
Madisonville Comm. Coll. GED Classes
2000 College Dr – Madisonville – Kentucky 42431, Ph: 270.824.1770/1818
See all Madisonville region locations here -> Madisonville GED Classes
Education Center-Warrick (HiSET)
3199 SR 261 – Newburgh – IN 47630 – Ph: 812.858.4309
Ivy Tech Community College-Tell City
1034 31st Street, Tell City, IN 47586, Ph: 812-492-0163
Perry County Learning Academy (Schergens Center)
1140 31st St, Tell City, IN 47586, Ph: 812-963-4521
Perry County Detention Center GED (HiSET) Program
2211 Herrman St, Tell City, IN 47586, Ph: 812-547-2441
Not publicly available
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Online proctored GED testing
Until quite recently, sitting for the GED test over the internet was no option. If you wanted to secure your Kentucky GED degree, your personal appearance at one of Kentucky’s official GED test facilities was a requirement. The recent introduction of an online GED testing option, however, has changed this.
You can now also deal with the GED exam through a new online format where an online proctor guides you through the process and checks if everything happens in accordance with all applicable regulations. To read more, go to this page: ‘The online GED test.’
Owensboro area GED test centers
Owensboro Community & Technical College (Downtown Campus, Room 2)
1501 Frederica St – Owensboro – KY 42301 | Ph: 270.686.4456
Muhlenberg County GED Testing
50 Career Way | Central City | KY 42330 | Ph: 270.824.1701
North Spencer Alternative School (HiSET)
105 E. Hammond Street – Dale – IN 47523 – Ph: 812.897.6037
WorkOne Evansville (HiSET)
700 E Walnut Street | Evansville | IN 47713 | Ph: 812.428.4408
Hardin Board of Education GED Testing
108 3rd Street | Hardinsburg | KY 40143 | Ph: 270.756.1730
Henderson Comm. Coll. | GED testing
2660 South Green Street | Henderson | KY 42420 | Ph: 270.831.9685
Perry Central High School HiSET Testing
18677 Old State Road 37 | Leopold | Indiana 47551 – Ph: 812.843.5121
Heritage Hills High School (HiSET)
3644 East County Rd 1600 N | Lincoln City – IN 47552 | Ph: 812-937-2400
Madisonville Community College GED Testing
2000 College Drive | Madisonville | KY 42431 | Ph: 270.824.1702
South Spencer High (HiSET)
1142 North County Rd 275 | Rockport – IN 47635 | Ph: 812-897-6037
Tell City HiSET Testing Center (Schergen’s Center)
1140 31st Street | Tell City | IN 47586 | Ph: 812.843.5121 x 110
Kentucky age requirement
In Kentucky, you need to be at least 18 years of age to be eligible for GED testing. GED applicants that are 18 years old must, however, have been officially withdrawn from their school for no less than 90 days, but local superintendents have the option to waive this 90-day wait time.
State residence is required, and all applicants must have a Kentucky mailing address. There’s no need to first attend a GED preparatory course but all test-takers must take and attain satisfactory results on the GED Ready® official practice test before they can register for the actual test. You can sit for the GED Ready test at no cost at local adult education centers.
Last Updated on June 17, 2022.