In this article, you can find all GED prep locations and test centers in the Starkville region. Mississippi uses two options for high school equivalency testing, the GED and HiSET exams.
The GED and HiSET are available in an online format and at state-designated HSE test centers.
The exams offer persons who left high school before graduation another shot at securing an equivalent degree.
The GED® is completely computer-based, while the HiSET® is offered both on-paper and on-computer.
Testing takes place at a level that compares to that of HS seniors upon graduation.
The GED exam includes four subtests in Science, Social Studies, Math, and literacy that can be completed one at a time.
The HiSET has five subtests (Literacy has writing and reading subtests) that can as well be taken separately.
Online HSE testing was, until recently, not an option. But the HiSET and GED exams are now available in an online format as well. Learn more below.
Starkville GED prep facilities
J. L. King Center
700 Long St | Starkville | MS 39759 | Ph: (662) 370.9693
J.L. King Center will pay for your GED test when you are ready to succeed!
Starkville School District GED Instruction (Overstreet School)
307 S Jackson St | Starkville | MS 39759 | Ph: (662) 324.4193 or (662) 615-0033
Starkville Alternative School (The Learning Center)
2926 16th Section Rd | Starkville | MS 39759 | Ph: (662) 323.1462
NOT a GED program but the Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Alternative School offers an alternative setting for students in grades 5 through 12.
Sites around Starkville (cities in alphabetic order)
East Mississippi Comm. Coll. GED Instruction
612 Military Rd | Columbus | MS 39701 | Ph: (662) 370-1448
You can see more Columbus GED prep sites <- on this page
The Depot (Holmes Community College)
855 Dunn St | Eupora | MS 39744 | Ph: (662) 290.0808
Louisville Career Advancement Center (ECCC)
1475 S Church St | Louisville | MS 39339 | Ph: (662) 773.2292
Louisville WIN Job Center (Referral & Advice)
600 N Court Ave | Ste B | Louisville | MS 39339 | Ph: (662) 773.5051
James A. Hensleigh Center (EMCC GED Instruction)
505 Jefferson St | Macon | MS 39341 | Ph: (662) 243.1985 or (662) 476.5386
Mobile classroom located behind the Noxubee Co. Courthouse
Noxubee Library (EMCC)
103 E King St | Macon | MS 39341 | Ph: (662) 243.1985 or (662) 476.5386
East Mississippi Comm. Coll. Golden Triangle campus
8731 South Frontage Rd | Mayhew | MS 39753 | Ph: (662) 476.8442 or (662) 243.2627
Catholic Charities (@The Vardaman Life Center)
210 North Main St | Vardaman | MS 38878 | Ph: (662) 682.9992
EMCC-West Point (Launch Pad North)
3861 TVA Rd | West Point | MS 39773 | Ph: (662) 243.2677
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GED and HiSET online testing
There was, until recently, no possibility to sit for the GED or HiSET exam via the internet. You were always required to show up, in person, at a state-designated HSE test location, but now, HiSET and GED testing has also become available online. But now, however, that has changed.
Check out the page GED testing in Mississippi to see if you qualify.
Starkville area GED testing sites
Cities by Alphabet
Greater Columbus Education Center (HiSET)
612 Military Rd | Columbus | MS 39701 | Ph 662-329-7691
Houston WIN Center (HiSET)
210 South Monroe St | Houston | MS 38851 | Ph 662-407-1513
EMCC Golden Triangle Campus (HiSET and GED)
8731 South Frontage Rd | Mayhew | MS 39753 | Ph 662-243-1985
East Mississippi Comm College-Scooba (HiSET and GED)
1512 Kemper St | Scooba | MS 39358 | Ph 662-243-2627
EMCC-West Point (HiSET)
3210 North TVA Rd | West Point | MS 39773 | Ph 662-243-1985
Applicants wishing to take the Mississippi High School Equivalency exam must have been Mississippi residents for at least 30 days, be 18 years of age, not have a secondary degree, nor be engaged in secondary school, and have been out of school for no less than three months. Those applicants 16 and 17 years old may be eligible to take the HSE exam if they meet specific regulations.
So for people who don’t have a high school diploma, the GED test (General Educational Development) may very well be the perfect track. The GED tests are modular, and you can take them separately. The HiSET is also modular. All three HSE exams measure your skills and knowledge at the level of high school grads.
When you passed one of the three options, you will be awarded the Mississippi high school equivalency diploma. The credential allows you to apply to college or go for better employment. The GED tests are scored on a 100-200 scale, and the passing score on each subtest is 145. the HiSET has its own scoring system.
Last Updated on June 19, 2022.