GED Classes Appleton, Wisconsin

Last Updated on April 11, 2024.

On this page, you can find all GED prep class locations and test centers in the Appleton area. In Wisconsin, you must pass the GED exam to earn a High School Equivalency diploma.

Online GED Classes

A simple and easy way of getting your GED diploma.

Learn fast, stay motivated, and pass your GED  test quickly.

The GED test is given online and at certified GED test centers. The exam offers adults who never graduated from high school the chance to acquire an equivalent degree.

Testing takes place at a level that’s comparable to that of a graduating HS student.

The GED exam comes with four independent tests (modules) that assess knowledge of

  • Math
  • Language Arts
  • Science
  • Social Studies

You don’t need to take all four GED subtests in a row. You can take one subtest at a time if you wish. GED test-takers must also pass a Civics Exam in Wisconsin.

The GED is a fully computerized exam. There’s no more paper-based testing possibility.

Fast & Easy Online GED Course

Get Your Diploma in 2 Months
It doesn’t matter when you left school

For information on the recently launched online GED testing option, check the bottom of this page.

To learn all about Wisconsin GED eligibility requirements, passing scores, testing fees, and much more, go to “GED Testing In Wisconsin.”

Appleton GED Prep Classes

Fox Valley Literacy Council
130 E Franklin Street, Appleton, Wisconsin 54911, Phone 920.991.9840

Fox Valley Technical College Appleton Campus Adult Education
1825 North Bluemound Drive, Appleton, Wisconsin 54914 Phone 920.993.5210

Appleton Family Literacy Program 
313 S State Street, Appleton, Wisconsin 54911, Phone 920.832.6208
Located inside the Community Early Learning Center (eligibility requirements apply)

Alternative Center for Education
101 W Edison Avenue, Ste 115, Appleton, Wisconsin 54915, Phone 920.750.8773
NOT a GED program. Participants receive instruction in math, reading, writing, spelling, time management, and study strategies.

Appleton Cooperative Educational Center – Alternative Program
320 S Walnut Street, Appleton, Wisconsin 54911
Not open to the public. The program offers educational options to incarcerated juveniles and young adults, such as obtaining a high school or GED diploma.

Locations around Appleton (Cities by Alphabet)

FVTC Chilton Regional Center
1200 E Chestnut Street, Chilton, Wisconsin 53014, Phone 920.849.4416

Lakeshore Tech Cleveland
1290 North Avenue, Cleveland, Wisconsin 53015, Phone 920.693.1209

FVTC Clintonville
525 S Main Street, Clintonville, Wisconsin 54929, Phone 715.823.1555

Moraine Park Tech
235 N National Avenue, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54936, Phone 920.924.3207
Check here for all -> Fond du Lac area GED class locations

NWTC GED Instruction
2740 W Mason Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54307, Phone 920.498.5456/5444
All Green Bay GED prep facilities <- are listed on this page

Lakeshore Tech
600 York Street, Manitowoc, Wisconsin 54220, Phone 920.683-2846
Check out all Manitowoc GED prep sites <- here

Menasha Family Literacy Program
502 Tayco Street, Menasha, Wisconsin 54952, Phone 920.993.5210
Located inside Butte des Morts Elementary (eligibility requirements apply)

ADVOCAP Neenah (@F.D Smith Community Sevices Building)
181 N Water Street, Suite 210, Neenah, Wisconsin 54956, Phone: 920.922.7760 x 3537 or 920.725.2791
ADVOCAP’s GED classes are offered at the agency’s offices in

  • Neenah
  • Fond du Lac
  • Oshkosh, and at the Oshkosh Public Library

FVTC New London Center (Clintonville Regional Center)
110 W Water Street, New London, Wisconsin 54961, Phone 715.823.1555

Winnebago County Literacy Council
106 Washington Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54901, Phone 920.573.5507

FVTC Oshkosh Riverside Campus
150 N Campbell Road, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54902, Phone 920.236.6142 or 877.272.4559

Oshkosh Advocap YouthBuild Program
2929 Harrison Street, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54901, Phone 920.426.0150

Literacy Council of Sheboygan County (@Family Resource Center)
1500 Douglas Drive, Ste B, Plymouth, Wisconsin 53073, Phone 920.892.6706

Lakeshore Tech-Sheboygan
1320 Niagara Street, Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081, Phone 920.208.5888 or 920-683-2844

Waupaca Regional Center (FVTC)
1979 Godfrey Drive, Waupaca, Wisconsin 54981, Phone 715.942.1700

Wautoma Regional Center (FVTC )
556 S Cambridge Street, Wautoma, Wisconsin 54982, Phone 920.787.3319

Introducing Online GED Testing

Until recently, GED testing was not possible on the Internet. Students who wanted to earn a GED diploma were required to show up in person, at one of Wisconsin’s official GED test facilities.

This has now changed as we saw the introduction of an online option to sit for the four GED subtests. To learn more about this new development, check out this article: The online GED test.

GED Testing Sites in the Appleton Area

Fox Valley Technical College-Appleton (Assessment Center, Room G208)
1825 N Bluemound Drive, Appleton, Wisconsin 54914, Phone 920.993.5139

From here, cities by alphabet

Fox Valley Technical College GED Test Center
1200 E Chestnut Street, Chilton, Wisconsin 53014, Phone 920.996.2887

Fox Valley Tech-Clintonville GED Test Center
525 S Main Street, Clintonville, Wisconsin 54929, Phone 920.996.2887

Moraine Park Technical College GED Testing
235 N National Avenue, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54936, Phone: 920.924.3247

Northeast Wisconsin Tech-Green Bay (Rm SC365)
2740 W Mason Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54307, Phone 920.498.5427

Menominee Nation Tribal Education (Culture Building)
N172 Highway 47/55, Keshena, Wisconsin 54135, Phone 715.799.5119

Lakeshore Tech Test Center
600 York Street, Manitowoc, Wisconsin 54220, Phone 920.693.1174

Fox Valley Technical College-Oshkosh Riverside Campus (Room 111)
150 N Campbell Road, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54902, Phone 920.996.2887

Fox Valley Technical College-Waupaca
1979 Godfrey Drive, Waupaca, Wisconsin 54981, Phone 920.996.2887

Fox Valley Technical College-Wautoma
556 S Cambridge Street, Wautoma, Wisconsin 54982, Phone 920.996.2887

Your Future

For over 75 years, the GED exam has not only offered a means to acquire personal satisfaction but also played an important role in the realization of educational and professional goals for millions of Americans who, for many reasons, never completed their standard high school education.

The GED exam is an alternative way for adults to demonstrate that they have the equivalent knowledge and skills of someone who did complete high school.

Virtually all colleges and universities are accepting GED score reports in lieu of high school transcripts. To be eligible for federal financial support, students are required to have completed their high school education, earned a GED credential, or show Ability to Benefit. The GED diploma is also accepted by practically all employers.

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