This post lists all GED® prep locations and testing facilities in the Bremerton area. In Washington State, you must pass the GED test to earn your HSE (high school equivalency) diploma.
The four GED tests are given online and at official GED test centers.
The HSE test offers persons who quit high school prematurely another shot at earning an equivalent diploma.
The HSE test measures knowledge at a level that compares to that of high school students when they graduate.
The four GED subtests are fully computerized separate modules that can be completed one at a time.
The subtests are in literacy (reading and writing combined), science, math, and social studies.
It used to be that online GED testing was not available. You needed to come, in person, to a state-designated Washington GED test center.
But that has now changed as we saw the introduction of the online proctored GED exam. Learn more below.
Bremerton GED prep sites
Kitsap Adult Center for Education-Bremerton
616 5th Street, Bremerton, Washington 98337, Phone: (360) .373.1539
1600 Chester Avenue, Bremerton, Washington 98337, Phone: (360) 475.7550
Students at OC can also complete their GED through the school’s 21+ program (call: 360-475-7408)
Bremerton Goodwill Education Center
4209 Wheaton Way, Bremerton, Washington 98310, Phone: (360) 373.3692
Washington Youth Academy (Youth ChalleNGe Program)
1207 Carver Street, Bremerton, Washington 98312, Phone: 360) 473-2600
Locations around Bremerton (cities by alphabet)
Tacoma Comm. Coll. Gig Harbor Adult Education
3993 Hunt Street NW, Gig Harbor, Washington 98335, Phone: (253) 460.2424
Key Center Library
8905 Key Peninsula Highway, Lakebay, Washington 98349, Phone: (253) 548.3309
Port Orchard Methodist Church (Kitsap Adult Center for Education)
725 Kitsap Street, Port Orchard, WA 98366, Phone: (360) 602.0014
First Lutheran Church of Poulsbo (Kitsap Adult Center for Education)
18920 4th Avenue NE (Room 204), Poulsbo, WA 98370, Phone: (360) 551.0824
1000 Olympic College Way NW, Poulsbo, Washington 98370, Phone: (360) 475.7550
St. Vincent de Paul GED education
5950 Fourth Avenue S, Seattle, Washington 98108, Phone: (206) 767.9975
For all options in and around Seattle, click here
Silverdale Goodwill Education Center
10001 Mickelberry Road NW, Silverdale, Washington 98114, Phone: (360) 698.6776
Bates Tech-Mohler Campus
2320 South 19th Street, Tacoma, Washington 98405, Phone: (253) 680.7274
For all Tacoma prep sites check out this post
Vashon-Maury Senior Center
10004 SW Bank Road, Vashon, Washington 98070, Phone: (206) 463.5173
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Bremerton area GED testing centers
Olympic College GED testing (Bldg 4, formerly HSS, Rm 222)
1600 Chester Avenue, Bremerton, Washington 98337, Phone (360) 475-7238
Seattle Central College GED Test Center
1701 Broadway, Seattle, Washington 98122, Phone (206) 934-6344
See all Seattle GED testing sites here
Shoreline Comm College GED Test Center
16101 Greenwood Avenue N, Shoreline, Washington 98133, Phone (206) 546-4608
If you would like to learn if you qualify or see more about GED testing in Washington, check out this page: GED testing criteria in Washington State.
These days we can see more than four million jobs in the U.S. that cannot be filled. This is mainly because we just can’t see sufficient qualified people available that hold a high school or comparable degree.
Then again, we also can see more than 40 million adults who never completed high school. The enormous shortfall negatively affects the economy, which because of this is not running to its full potential.
The General Educational Development (GED ) certificate or diploma is accepted and recognized by virtually all employers, government agencies, and colleges and universities all over the United States.
By acquiring your GED certificate you will have a far better chance to get one of these four million jobs. Your income will benefit, you and your family will have a brighter future, and you are contributing to the overall economy as well. Getting your GED diploma is your first and very important move towards a better life.
Welcoming online GED testing
Until recently, taking the GED test via the internet was never an option. If you wanted to get hold of your Washington State GED diploma, you needed to show up personally at one of the state’s official GED testing centers.
But now, all of that has changed with the launch of a new online proctored GED testing option. A proctor will check online whether you do it all in line with some rather strict regulations. If you want to learn more about this great development, go to Welcoming the online GED test.
Last Updated on November 2, 2020.