This post comes with a full listing of GED testing locations and prep facilities in the Springfield, Ohio area. Ohio is offering two options for high school equivalency testing, the GED and HiSET.
The GED and HiSET exams are available in an online format and at official Ohio HSE test centers.
The exams offer adults who could not complete their HS curriculum the chance to acquire an equivalent credential.
Both the GED® and HiSET® measure knowledge at a similar level as may be expected of students when they graduate high school.
GED testing occurs via four independent subtests (or modules) in Math, Literacy, Science, and Social Studies.
You have the freedom to sit for one of the GED tests whenever you are ready to do so.
The five HiSET subtests (Literacy is split into writing and reading tests) may also be dealt with separately.
The HiSET can be taken both on paper and on a computer, while the GED offered exclusively in a computer-based format.
In the past, you couldn’t take the exams over the internet. Recently, however, we saw the introduction of both a GED and a HiSET online testing option. Read more below.
Springfield GED prep facilities
Clark State Community College ASPIRE Program (Student Academic Support Center)
570 E Leffel Lane | Springfield | Ohio 45505 | Phone 937.328.6473/6129
Clarke State offers GED instruction at Adult Basic and Literacy Education (ABLE) centers in Clark, Champaign, Greene, Union, Hardin, and Logan Counties. These ABLE centers provide also vouchers for the GED Ready practice test as well as $80 discount vouchers for the GED subtests to qualifying students.
Springfield City School District Adult Education ASPIRE Program
601 Selma Road | Springfield | Ohio 45505 | Phone 937.505.4354/4355
Clark County Literacy Coalition
137 East High Street | Springfield | Ohio 45502 | Phone 937.323.8617
Located in the former Warder Public Library building
Clark County Public Library (Online Resources)
201 S Fountain Avenue | Springfield | OH 45506 | Phone: 937.323.9751
Prep facilities around Springfield (cities by alphabet)
Ohio Hi-Point Career Center (CSCC)
2280 State Route 540 – Bellefontaine – Ohio 43311 – Phone 937-599-3010 (ext. 1432)
Sinclair Comm. Coll. ASPIRE
444 W. Third Street – Dayton – Ohio 45402 – Phone 937.854.6287 or 937.223.5626
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London Metropolitan Housing Authority (DACC)
179 S. Main Street | London | Ohio 43140 | Phone: 740.203.2267 or 740.506.0207
Union County Service Bldg. (GED Classes provided by DACC)
940 London Avenue | Suite 1600 | Marysville | Ohio 43040 | Phone: 740.203.2267
Clark State Community College-New Carlisle ASPIRE Program
1885 North Dayton-Lakeview Road | New Carlisle | Ohio | Phone 937.328.6473
Family and Youth Initiative
468 North Dayton-Lakeview Road | New Carlisle | Ohio 45344 | Phone 937.845.0403
No GED classes, but the organization works hard to educate families and strengthen communities so youth can make positive decisions to enhance their lives.
Graham High School
7800 US-36 | St. Paris | Ohio 43072 | Phone 937.328.6473 or 937.599.3010 ext. 1432
GED classes provided by Clark State College
OhioMeansJobs (for advice and referral only)
1512 South US Highway 68 | Bay 14 | Urbana | Ohio 43078 | Phone 937.484.1581
Ohio Means Jobs-Green County Career Center
581 Ledbetter Road | Xenia | OH 45385 | Phone 937.562.6071
Greene Co. Career Ctr. (Ed2Go Online Program)
532 Innovation Dr | Xenia | OH 45385 | Phone 937.372.6941
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Welcoming an online HiSET and GED option
In earlier days, students looking to secure their Ohio high school equivalency (HSE) diplomas had to show up in person at one of Ohio’s official testing sites. There simply was never an online testing option. Recently, however, we’ve seen the launch of both GED and HiSET online proctored testing options.
If you want to get more informed about the newly launched HiSET online proctored test, go to this page: ‘The online HiSET exam,’ and if you want to read more about the online GED testing option, go to this post: ‘The online GED test.’
GED test centers in the Springfield area
After Springfield, Cities in Alphabetical Order
Clark State Community College GED testing (Sara T Landess Building, Room 117)
570 E. Leffel Lane – Springfield – Ohio 45505 – Phone 937-328-7974/3847
Pickaway-Ross Career and Technical Center (GED)
1410 Industrial Drive | Chillicothe | Ohio 45601 – Phone 740-642-1359
New Horizons Learning Center (GED)
1890 Commerce Center Blvd | Fairborn | Ohio 45324 | Phone 937.879.6080
Sinclair Community Coll. GED Test Site
444 West 3rd St | Dayton | Ohio 45402 | Phone 937.512.2953
Apollo Career Ctr (GED Testing)
3325 Shawnee Rd – Lima – Ohio 45806 – Ph 419-998-2930
Rhodes State Coll. (GED Testing)
4240 Campus Drive – Lima – Ohio 45804 – Ph 419-995-8476
Ohio Central School System Education Center (HiSET)
1581 State Route 56 | London | Ohio 43140 | Phone 740-845-3240
OH Women Reformatory HiSET Test Site
1479 Collins Ave – Marysville – Ohio 43040 – Ph 937.642.1065
Upper Valley Career Center GED Test Site
8901 Looney Rd | Piqua | Ohio 45356 | Phone 937.778.8419
When you think about getting your HiSET or GED diploma, keep in mind that preparation is crucial, and people who invest time in preparing for their exams generally do much better than those who don’t. They really increase the odds of being successful on the first try.
Research indicates that test-takers who were well-prepared well and had taken a practice test were way more likely to successfully take the entire set of four tests (GED) or five tests (HiSET) than any other group of applicants.
Last Updated on June 19, 2022.