This page lists all GED (in Montana: HiSET) test locations and prep sites in the Bozeman area. In Montana, you’ll have to pass the five HiSET subtests if you want to earn your high school equivalency credential.
The HiSET exam can be taken both online and at state-approved Montana test centers.
The assessment, in the same way as the GED®, is for individuals who did not finish high school and offers them the chance to earn an equivalent degree.
The HiSET® exam contains five tests in the subjects Language Arts Reading, Language Arts Writing, Science, Math, and Social Studies.
The HiSET exam measures academic proficiency at the same level that is expected from HS graduates.
The five HiSET tests may, if wished, be taken individually and are available both on paper and in a computer-based format.
In the past, taking the HiSET exam online was no option. Applicants were required to show up at an official state-recognized testing site.
Recently, however, that has changed with the launch of the ‘HiSET-At-Home’ online testing option. You can read more at the bottom of this page.
Bozeman Area GED Prep Sites (HiSET)
Bozeman Adult Learning Center
404 West Main Street – Bozeman – Montana 59715 – Ph: (406) 522-6012
4055 Valley Commons Drive – Suite D – Bozeman – Montana 59718 – Ph: (406) 545-3643
Prep Locations Around Bozeman (Cities By Alphabet)
Career Transitions Employment Center
189 Arden Drive – Belgrade – Montana 59714 – Ph: (406) 388-6701
The Career Transitions’ HiSET instructional program is sponsored by Belgrade School District and prepares Belgrade who didn’t complete their high school curriculum for the HiSET (High School Equivalency Test). Instruction is customized to fit individual needs with take-home study packets for flexibility. Students can take the five HiSET sub-exams online (if they qualify) or on a computer at the Bozeman Adult Learning Center.
Billings Adult Education Ctr
415 North 30th Street – Billings – Montana 59101 – Ph: (406) 281-5005
See all Billings HiSET prep sites <- on this page
Butte Adult Education (@The Webster Complex)
1050 S Montana Street, Butte, MT 59701, Phone: 406-533-2967 (Butte High Career Center)
Check here for more -> Butte HiSET prep locations
Montana ChalleNGe Academy (National Guard)
790 East Cornell St – Dillon – Montana 59725 – Ph: (406) 683.7556
112 West Lewis Street – Livingston – Montana 59047 – Ph: (406) 823-6356/6363
Learning Partners is a part of Community Health Partners. The organization offers HiSET instruction and assistance in the computer skills required to take the HiSET exam successfully. The agency additionally provides research on post-secondary education options, career exploration, and assistance in applying for financial aid. All services are free.
Does this post require updates? Should we add a prep site? Please contact us here on our information page. Your contributions are highly appreciated.
To see if you qualify, go to GED (HiSET) in Montana.
Launching The New Online HiSET Exam
In the past, you could never take the 5 HiSET subtests via the internet. But recently, we witnessed a very interesting development as a new online ‘HiSET-At-Home’ testing opportunity was launched.
When you sit for the HiSET exam at home, an online proctor will help you with the process and check whether all is happening correctly. Check out the post Launching the HiSET-At-Home exam to learn all about this opportunity.
Bozeman Area GED Testing Sites (HiSET)
Bozeman Education Ctr (Wilson Building, Room 217-B
404 West Main St – Bozeman – Montana 59715 – Phone (406) 522-6012
Montana Tech HiSET Testing
1300 W Park St – Butte – Montana 59701 – Phone (406) 496.4477
University of MT-Western Test Center
710 S Atlantic St – Dillon – Montana 59725 – Phone (406) 683.7539/7143
Community Health Learning Partners
112 West Lewis St – Livingston – Montana 59047 – Phone (406) 823-6356
West Yellowstone School HiSET Testing
411 North Geyser St – West Yellowstone – Montana 59758 – Phone (406) 646-7617
Montana traded the GED for the HiSET exam for the state’s HSE (High School Equivalency) program a few years back because the GED was only offered on a computer, and the price skyrocketed.
The HSE program offers individuals that left high school without a diploma another chance to earn an equivalent degree that qualifies for higher education and will lead to better job options.
The HiSET exam is developed by ETS, a nonprofit organization that has a long-standing reputation in developing educational assessment systems. ETS has a mission to advance quality and equity in education in general. If you are ready to take your career, academic education, or training to the next level, the HiSET may be your ticket.
These days, a secondary education credential (high school diploma or equivalency credential) is absolutely required for college and as well for more than 80 percent of all vacant jobs in America. The HSE diploma is more important for employers than ever before. The HiSET exam is the newest and best alternative to the now entirely computerized GED exam.
Regardless of what you did and achieved in your life, the HiSET exam will give you the option to go in any new direction you wish. The State of Montana offers you the chance to earn the state-issued HSE (high school equivalency) diploma via the HiSET assessment method.
Obtaining the HSE diploma allows you to get into college and go after the career you’ve always dreamed of.