GED/High School Equivalency Credential

GED/High School Equivalency Classes and
Math/ELA Foundations (for students to brush up before entering the GED Classroom)

The General Educational Development (GED) program is an alternative for earning a South Carolina High School credential. This program is for adults who have not completed the unit requirements for a high school diploma.  To ensure that students are ready to be successful in the GED classroom, we offer a month-long class in Math & English Language Arts Foundations; students who successfully complete this class will be transitioned to the GED classroom.

  • Beginning August 23, 2016, students can register and complete the assessment on Tuesday mornings or evening.

  • Limited space is available for assessment (14 slots at a time), and slots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

  • You should plan to arrive no later than 8:00 am for morning registration/testing and no later than 4:00 pm for evening registration/testing.   You should plan to be with us 2-3 hours to complete assessment.

  • Students arriving late for registration may not be admitted to testing.

  • There is a $25 registration fee. Students who bring a referral form from the SNAP program will not have to pay the initial registration fee--that fee will be covered by SNAP. 

  • Classes operate on monthly sessions; students will be placed in the next available session.

  • For students who complete class requirements, GED Test scholarships are available (valued at $150).

*No registration on school holidays or in-service days


Adult Learning Center @ Northside
106 Glazner St., Easley

Monday-Thursday 8:30 am to 12:00 pm
Adult Learning Center @ Northside Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 5 pm to 8 pm

Parent Education/Family Literacy @ Crosswell
(call 397-1638 for more info)

Monday-Thursday 8:30 am to 12:30 pm

SC Works, Clemson, SC

Wednesday & Thursday 9 am to 12 noon