GED Classes Alpena, Michigan

Last Updated on April 11, 2024.

On this page, you can find all GED test locations and prep class sites in the Alpena area. Michigan uses two options for High School Equivalency testing: the HiSET and GED exams.

Online GED Classes

A simple and easy way of getting your GED diploma.

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Both exams are offered online and at state-certified test centers. Learn more below about online GED and HiSET testing.

The assessments are for people who never graduated high school and give them the opportunity to earn an equivalent degree.

Both exams measure knowledge at a level similar to that of a graduating HS student.

There are four independent GED® modules (subtests) in

  • Social Studies
  • Math
  • Language Arts
  • Science

You may take one of the four GED subtests at a time. No need to complete the GED battery in one take.

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The HiSET® exam has separate writing and reading tests, so five overall, that can also be taken separately.

HiSET testing can be done on paper or on a computer. The GED is fully computer-formatted.

To learn if you qualify and to read more about HiSET and GED testing fees or passing scores, go to GED in Michigan.

Alpena GED Prep Facilities

Michigan Works! Alpena (Iosco RESA Adult Education)
315 West Chisholm St, Alpena – MI 49707, Phone: (989) 305-8063 or (989) 356-3339

Alpena Public Schools
2373 Gordon Rd, Alpena – MI 49707, Phone: (989) 358-5170 or (989) 358-5043

Alpena County Library GED Classes
211 N First Ave, Alpena – MI 49707, Phone: (989) 356.6188 ext. 15

Alpena County Jail GED Program (Iosco RESA)
320 Johnson St, Alpena – MI 49707, Phone: (989) 354-9830
Not publicly available

Prep Sites around Alpena (Cities by Alphabet)

Elkland Center
12519 State St, Atlanta, MI 49709, Phone: (989) 362.2575 or (989) 305.8063

Michigan Works! Cheboygan
11153 N. Straits Highway, Cheboygan, MI 49721, Phone: (231) 627-4303

Cheboygan Area Public Library GED Outreach Program
100 S. Bailey Street, Cheboygan, MI 49721, Phone: (231) 627-2381

Iosco County Michigan Works!
1230 E U.S. Highway 23, East Tawas, MI 48730, Phone: (989) 272-8633

Alcona County Jail GED Program
214 W. Main Street, Harrisville, MI 48740, Phone: (989) 724-9570
No public availability

Michigan Works! Lincoln
202 S 2nd St, Lincoln, MI 48742, Phone: (989) 305-8063

Michigan Works! Mio
1329 S. Mount Tom Road | Mio | MI 48647 | Phone: (989) 826-6107

Michigan Works! Onaway
20709 State St | Onaway | MI 49765, Phone: (989) 733-8548

Alpena Community College Huron Shores Campus
5800 North Skeel Ave | Oscoda | MI 48750 | Phone: (989) 739-5878 or (989) 305-8063 

Presque Isle District Library
181 East Erie St, Rogers City, MI 49779, Phone: (989) 305-8063

St. Ignace Adult Education
412 N. State Street, St. Ignace, Michigan 49781, Ph: (906) 984-2150

Mackinac County Jail GED Program
100 S. Marley Street, St. Ignace, Michigan 49781, Ph: (906) 643-7325
Not open to the public

Michigan Works! West Branch Service Center
2389 South M-76, West Branch, Michigan 48661, Ph: (989) 345-1090

Alpena Area GED Testing Sites

Alpena Community College (GED, Van Lare Hall)
665 Johnson Street, Alpena, Michigan 49707, Phone: (989) 358.7209

Michigan Works! Northeast Consortium (HiSET)
315 West Chisholm, Alpena, Michigan 49707, Phone: (989) 733.8548

From here, cities by alphabet

Michigan Works! Northeast Consortium (Elkland Center, HiSET)
12519 State Street, Atlanta, Michigan 49707, Phone: (989) 305.8063

Cheboygan Michigan Works! (HiSET)
11153 N Straits Highway, Cheboygan, Michigan 49721, Phone: (989) 733-8548

Michigan Works! Iosco County (GED)
1230 East US Highway 23, East Tawas, Michigan 48730, Phone: (989) 362-6407

University Center Gaylord (HiSET, GED)
80 Livingston Boulevard, Gaylord, Michigan 49735, Phone (989) 705-3700

Gaylord MI Works! (HiSET)
2927 D and M Drive, Gaylord, Michigan 49735, Phone (989) 732.3886

Lincoln Michigan Works! (HiSET)
202 S 2nd Street, Suite B, Lincoln, Michigan 48742, Phone: (989) 305-8063

Mio Michigan Works! (HiSET)
1329 South Mount Tom Road, Mio, Michigan 48647, Phone: (989) 733-8548

Onaway Michigan Works! (HiSET)
20709 State Street, Onaway, Michigan 49765, Phone: (989) 733-8548

Online GED and HiSET Testing Options

Until recently, taking the HiSET or GED exam via the Internet was not an option. Now, that has changed. You can learn more about the Online HiSET Exam <- here, and GED Testing Service introduced the Online GED Test as well.

Passing Scores

The GED (General Education Development) program offers adults who never finished high school the chance to earn a diploma that is accepted in the same way as a standard high school diploma across the nation. The passing score on each individual GED subtest is 145, and scoring is measured on a 100-200 scale.

If you want to register for the GED exam, you need to do that online. Go to GED.com and create an account with MyGED. Here, you can find all the information about scheduling your tests, how to pay, and so on. MyGED is the portal where you will be guided through the entire process of preparation, testing, school information, job options, and a lot more.

The HiSET passing score on each of the five modules is 8 (out of 20). Your total result must be in the 45-100 range, and your essay score must be at least 2 (out of a possible 6).

Who Qualifies?

In Michigan, GED testers must be 18 years old or older, but 16 or 17-year-olds may also take the assessment if they have been formally withdrawn from school for at least 1 calendar year. However, this waiting period may be waived if the school district’s superintendent and a parent/guardian think it’s in the student’s best interest to do so or when it’s court-ordered.

The waiver must be signed by the student, the school district’s superintendent, and a parent or legal guardian. Participants in Michigan’s National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Program who are 16 or older and not enrolled in high school may also take the exam upon completion of this program.

Applicants looking for induction into the Armed Forces and who are 17 years old may also sit for the assessment if they can produce a written request from a recruiting office stating the applicant meets all other requirements for induction except having a GED.

In Michigan, test-takers are not required to follow a GED prep course prior to testing, nor are they required to first attain satisfactory results on an official practice test.

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