GED Classes Bloomington, Indiana

Last Updated on April 11, 2024.

Listed here are all GED and HiSET prep class locations and testing facilities in the Bloomington, Indiana, region.

Online GED Classes

A simple and easy way of getting your GED diploma.

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

In Indiana, people looking to earn their high school equivalency diploma must pass the GED or HiSET exam.

The HiSET® and GED® exams offer adults who could not complete high school the chance to earn an equivalent degree.

The testing level is similar to what students must command when they graduate high school.

The HiSET exam consists of five independent subtests measuring an applicant’s knowledge of:

  • Language Reading
  • Language Writing
  • Math
  • Social Studies
  • Science

The GED test combines English Reading and English Writing into one exam, so there are four GED sub-exams.

Online GED Classes – Fast and Easy

Prepare Quickly To Pass The GED Test.
Get Your Diploma in 2 Months.

The four GED or five HiSET subtests will take some 7.5 hours to complete in total, generally divided over a few days, but you may take the subtests individually.

The HiSET is available in a paper-and-pencil format and a computer-based version, whereas GED testing is exclusively offered on a computer. You can take the GED or HiSET exam online or at a state-designated test center.

If you’d like to read more about eligibility requirements, testing fees, or passing scores, go to GED Testing In Indiana.

Bloomington GED Prep Sites

Monroe County Adult Education-Broadview Learning Center
705 West Coolidge Dr – Bloomington – IN 47403 – Ph: (812) 330-7731

Sylvan Bloomington
2088 S Liberty Dr – Suite 109 – Bloomington – IN 47403 – Ph: (812) 558-3886

Goodwill Excel Center
2088 Liberty Dr – Bloomington – IN 47403 – Ph: (812) 353-8084
Goodwill Excel Center offers adult learners the opportunity to earn a high school diploma. This is NOT a GED program.

Bloomington Area Prep Sites (Cities by Alphabet)

Bedford WorkOne Center
918 16th St – Bedford – IN 47421 – Ph: (812) 279-4400

Turning Point Learning Ctr
4516 West State Rd 54 – Bloomfield – IN 47424 – Ph: (812) 659-2533

Greene County Literacy Coalition 
125 South Franklin St – Bloomfield – IN 47424 – Ph: (812) 384-4125

McDowell Learning Center GED Instruction
2700 McKinley Ave – Columbus – IN 47201 – Ph: (812) 376-4451/4452
McDowell Adult Education offers high school equivalency classes at:

  • McDowell Adult Education Center-Columbus (812.376.4452)
  • Sans Souci-Columbus (812.372.3419 or 812.376.4452)
  • Greensburg Community Learning Center (812.593.9070 or 812.376.4452)
  • Jackson County Learning Center (812.519.2923 or 812.376.4452)

Sylvan Columbus
3126 N National Rd – Columbus – IN 47201 – Ph: (812) 669-0199

Sans Souci GED Class
1526 13th St – Columbus – IN 47201 – Ph: (812) 372-3419

Atterbury Job Corps
3129 E Edinburgh St – Edinburgh – IN 46124 – Ph: (812) 314-6000

Blue River Adult Education (@Edinburgh High School)
300 Keeley St – Edinburgh – IN 46124 – Ph: (317) 392-2197

Wayne Township Adult Ed. (inside Ben Davis University)
1155 S. High School Rd – Indianapolis – IN 46241 – Ph: (317) 988.7975
The Adult Education office is located at the Ben Davis University campus. Enter through door 2.
See all Indianapolis region GED prep sites <- here

Indiana Free GED Practice Test

LYNAY Community Resource Center
210 West Morgan St – Martinsville – IN 46151 – Ph: (317) 888-4401

Brown County Career Resource Center
246 East Main St – Nashville – Indiana 47448 – Ph: (812) 988.5880

Brown County Jail GED Program
55 IN-46 – Nashville – IN 47448 – Ph: (812) 988.5605
No public availability

Owen County Library
10 South Montgomery St – Spencer – IN 47460 – Ph: (812) 829-3392

Turning Point Learning Center
Hwy 54 – Switz City – IN 47465 – Ph: (812) 659-2235

Mclean High (Vigo County Adult Ed.)
961 Lafayette Ave – Terre Haute – IN 47804 – Ph: (812) 462-4070
See all Terre Haute area GED prep facilities <- here

Bloomington Area GED Testing Centers

Ivy Tech Bloomington Testing Center (Room A200, GED, HiSET)
200 Daniels Way – Bloomington – Indiana 47404 – Ph (812) 330-6137

The following cities by alphabet

Ivy Tech Community College (GED)
4475 Central Avenue – Columbus – Indiana 47203 – Ph (812) 374-5103

McDowell Education Center
2700 McKinley Avenue – Columbus – IN – Ph (812) 376-4452

Ivy Tech of Central Indiana (Culinary & Conference Center, Room 211, GED)
2820 N Meridian Street – Indianapolis – Indiana 46208 – Ph (317) 921-4726
For all Indianapolis test sites, <- check here

Martin County SOAR Program (HiSET)
2664 US Highway 50 – Loogootee – Indiana 47553 – Ph (812) 888-2872

Wagler Education and Training Center (GED Testing
4425 W 300 S – Lyons – Indiana 47443 – Ph: (812) 846-5700

Ivy Tech Community College GED Testing (Room 111)
1610 Reeves Road – Plainfield – Indiana 46168 – Ph (317) 968-1522

Owen County Security Center (HiSET)
291 Vandalia Avenue – Spencer – Indiana 47460 – Ph (812) 330-7731 ext. 50510

Ivy Tech Community College (GED Testing)
1700 E Industrial Drive – Terre Haute – Indiana 47802 – Ph: (812) 298-2382

HiSET Passing Score

The HiSET passing score on each one of the five HiSET subject tests is 8 out of a possible 20 points, and overall, you need to attain a score of at least 45 points, while your essay must result in no less than a 2-score (out of 6). There’s no averaging on the HiSET exam, so 8 is the minimally required score on EACH of the five subject tests. To learn more about the Online HiSET Exam, <- check here.

GED Passing Score

On the four GED sub-exams, the minimum required score is 145 out of 200. So, your overall score can not be less than 580, and there is no averaging. 145-164 are GED high school equivalent results, 165-174 are GED college-ready results, and 175-200 results additionally lead to a maximum of 10 college credit hours.

Cook Group GED Program (Bloomington, Spencer & Ellettsville)

Cook Group, based in Bloomington, offers workers the chance to earn a High School Equivalency Diploma while working on a part-time basis at Cook; qualifying applicants work 28 hours per week and attend GED prep classes for 10 hours per week. Applicants who pass the HiSET exam and work satisfactorily at their part-time jobs will be offered full-time positions in Production, Packaging, or Quality Control.

Applicants are required to be working 28 hours per week in assigned positions that are available under the GED or HiSET prep program, attend 7 weeks of GED  or HiSET prep classes provided by an Adult Education Center, and take and pass the GED or HiSET exam to qualify for a full-time position.

During this period, Cook Group will provide part-time employment and pay for hours worked and pay for the GED or HiSET exam. Once applicants have passed the HiSET or GED exam and demonstrate success in their part-time positions, Cook will hire the test-takers in full-time positions. Cook will additionally provide 401(k) and quarterly bonus benefits while the applicants work on a part-time basis. Applicants cannot already hold a high school diploma, be at least 18 years of age, and be legally authorized to work in the US.

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