This post contains a complete overview of GED classes and testing centers in the Waterbury area. Connecticut is using the computer-formatted GED exam for its high school equivalency testing program.
The GED exam is available online and at certified test centers. To learn more about online GED testing, check below.
The GED® exam assesses basic content at the same level that high school students must command upon graduation.
The GED includes four individual tests in literacy, math, science, and social studies that can be completed separately.
The four GED subtests measure your competencies and knowledge at a level similar to what HS seniors must command upon graduation.
Waterbury GED prep locations
Waterbury Adult Education Center
11 Draher Street, Waterbury, CT 06708, Phone: 203-574-8038
249 Thomaston Avenue, Waterbury, CT 06702, Phone: 203-574-6971 (ext. 434) or 203-346-3921
YouthBuild Waterbury helps youth in the 17 to 24 years old range, and who come from under-privileged Waterbury communities earn a GED diploma while giving them real-life work experience.
RIBA Aspira Career Academy GED Classes
233 Mill Street, 3rd Floor, Waterbury, CT 06706, Phone: 203-527-6385
Naugatuck Valley Community College (Ed2Go online program)
750 Chase Parkway, Room F323, Waterbury, CT 06708, Phone: 203-575-8029
To check what you know, take a free GED Practice Test.
Locations near Waterbury
Bristol Public Schools (Adult Education Program)
210 Redstone Hill Road, Bristol, CT 06010, Phone: 860-584-7865 x 111
Bristol Adult Education provides GED preparation classes to students who are at least 17 years old, but they must have been officially withdrawn from high school for at least a period of six months before they are eligible to take the GED test. Adults who want to sign up for the school’s GED classes must first attend an orientation & registration session to determine their level of education and to ensure proper placement.
Additionally, they must take pre-tests to assess their skill levels in the exam’s subject fields of math, reading, and writing. The school provides individualized instruction, based on the results of these pre-tests. Instruction starts with basic skills and later includes instruction in critical thinking, writing skills, and math applications to ensure students will be successful on the GED exam.
Tunxis Comm. Coll. Adult & Continuing Ed. (Ed2Go Online Program)
430 North Main Street, Bristol, CT 06010, Phone 860.773.1450
Cheshire Public Schools (Adult Ed Program)
29 Main Street, Cheshire, CT 06410, Phone: 203-250-2452
Cheshire Correctional Institution GED Program
900 Highland Ave, Cheshire, CT 06410, Phone: 203-651-6100
Not open to the public
Danbury High GED Classes
43 Clapboard Ridge Rd, Danbury – CT 06811 – Phone: 203.797.4731
Find all Danbury region GED courses here: Danbury GED Programs
Adult & Continuing Education (EdAdvance)
355 Goshen Road, Litchfield, CT 06759, Phone: 860-567-0863 x 1186
Naugatuck High (Adult Education Program)
543 Rubber Avenue, Naugatuck, CT 06770, Phone: 203-720-5282
The Adult Education Office is in Room N 144, across from the cafeteria
Naugatuck Adult & Continuing Education
543 Rubber Avenue, Naugatuck, CT 06770, Phone: 203-720-5282
Job Corps New Haven Center
455 Wintergreen Ave, New Haven – CT 06515 – Phone: 203.397.3775
You can find all the options on our New Haven area page
Pomperaug High (EdAdvance Adult Education)
234 Judd Rd, Southbury, CT 06488, Phone: 860-299-6745
Southbury Sylvan Learning Center
220 Main St S, Ste 201, Southbury, CT 06488, Phone: 203-586-4114
The Pyne Center (Southington Alternative Education)
242 Main St, Southington, CT 06489, Phone: 860-628-3379 option 2
Located on the campus of Derynoski Elementary School, behind CVS)
Torrington High (EdAdvance Adult Education)
50 Major Besse Dr, Torrington, Connecticut 06790, Phone: 860-567-0863 x 1186
Torrington Job Center GED Classes (EdAdvance Adult Education)
59 Field St, Torrington, Connecticut 06790, Phone: 860-567-0863 x 1186
Watertown High School (EdAdvance Adult Education)
324 French St, Watertown, Connecticut 06795, Phone: 860-567-0863 x 1186
Woodbury Middle School (EdAdvance Adult Education)
67 Washington Ave, Woodbury, CT 06798, Phone: 860-567-0863 x 1186
Take also a look at Hartford GED Courses
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Waterbury area GED testing centers
Waterbury Adult Education
11 Draher St, Waterbury, CT 06708, Phone: 203.574.8038
Bristol Public Schools | GED testing
210 Redstone Hill Rd, Bristol, CT 06010, Phone: 860.584.7865
EdAdvance GED Testing
355 Goshen Rd, Litchfield, CT 06759, Phone: 860-567-0863
Middletown Adult Education
398 Main St, Middletown, CT 06457, Phone: 860-343-6044
New Haven Adult Education
580 Ella Grasso Boulevard, New Haven, CT 06519, Ph: 203-492-0213
Check also: New Britain GED Prep Classes
New online GED testing option
Until recently, there was never any option to take the Connecticut GED exam online. Your personal appearance at one of Connecticut’s state-approved testing facilities was required if you were looking to secure your Connecticut high school equivalency diploma.
Now, that has changed with the arrival of a new, online, proctored GED test. An online proctor will help and guide you through the test-taking process. Go to ‘Introducing the online GED test to learn more.
What is the GED?
The GED (General Education Development) exam is a set of four independent tests that are developed for adults who never completed high school. The GED exam offers them a second possibility to earn a comparable credential.
The GED diploma is nationwide regarded as equivalent to a high school degree by governmental organizations, employers, and colleges and universities.
The GED exam comes with four tests on the academic subject fields of Science, Social Studies, Math, and Literacy, and passing the exam will generate far better employment options and allow for further academic education as the GED diploma is seen as equivalent to a high school diploma.
The passing score on each of the four modules is 145 out of a possible 200. The 145-164 range is the high school equivalency category; scores in the 165-174 range are college-ready scores; the 175-200 range indicates college-ready and will additionally result in up to 10 college credits.
Last Updated on June 15, 2022.