GED Classes Canton, Ohio

Last Updated on April 11, 2024.

This post includes a full listing of GED prep class locations and test facilities in the Canton region. Ohio offers two options to adults looking to earn a high school equivalency diploma: the HiSET and GED tests.

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A simple and easy way of getting your GED diploma.

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Both exams can be taken online and at state-certified test centers. For more details about the newly launched GED and HiSET online options, check the bottom of this post.

Testing takes place at a level similar to what HS seniors must know upon graduation. The Adult Education program of Ohio is called ASPIRE.

The GED® exam is fully computer-based, while the HiSET® can be taken on a computer or on paper.

The GED (General Education Development) has four individual subject tests that may be taken separately.

The four GED testing content  fields are

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  • Language Arts
  • Math
  • Science
  • Social Studies

The HiSET has individual reading and writing tests, so five overall, that can be taken separately as well.

For more details about the Ohio GED test, eligibility criteria, costs, and passing scores, check out The Ohio GED Exam.

Canton GED Prep Class Locations

Canton Adult College and Career Readiness Center
2800 13th St SW – Canton – Ohio 44710 – Ph: (330) 438 – 2559
Located at the Souers School

Canton City School District ASPIRE
116 McKinley Ave NW – Canton – Ohio 44702 – Ph: (330) 438 – 2559

Greater Stark County Urban League
1400 Sherrick Rd SE – Canton – Ohio 44707 – Ph: (330) 754 – 1576

Project REBUILD Canton
406 Shorb Ave NW – Canton – Ohio 44703 – Ph: (330) 588 – 3205
Project Rebuild is for youth ages 16 – 24, who are working towards their GED or high school diploma or require support to enroll in secondary education. Project Rebuild accepts applications from youth wanting to get training in basic carpentry and workforce development. Project Rebuild is an AmeriCorps and YouthBuild initiative that helps young adults earn their GED or high school diploma and develop the skills needed to be self-sufficient.

Stark County Community Action Agency
1366 Market Ave N – Canton – Ohio 44714 – Ph: (330) 454 – 1676
NO GED classes, but Stark County Community Action Agency offers career counseling, employment services, and financial support to the Stark County community.

CHANCE Probation Program
201 Cleveland Ave SW – Canton – Ohio 44702 – Ph: (330) 451 – 7036 ext. 5127
Not publicly available

GED Prep Classes around Canton (Cities by Alphabet)

Project Learn of Summit County-Akron
60 S High St – Akron – Ohio 44326 – Ph: (330) 434 – 9461
See all Akron GED prep class locations <- here

Canton City Adult Education (@Alliance High School)
400 Glamorgan St – Alliance – Ohio 44601 – Ph: (330) 438 – 2559
Use door #2. Press the buzzer on the right to gain entry.

Family and Children First Council
55 East Main St – Carrollton – Ohio 44615 – Ph: (330) 627-3804 ext. 265

OhioMeansJobs Carroll County
55 East Main St – Carrollton – Ohio 44615 – Ph: (330) 627 – 3804 or (740) 996 – 4010
Please use the rear entrance. GED classes provided by Eastern Gateway Community College, (330) 918-6004

Coshocton County Department of Jobs & Families
725 Pine St – Coshocton – Ohio 43812 – Ph: (740) 295.7411

Hartville Migrant Ministry
3980 Swamp St – Hartville – Ohio 44632 – Ph: (330) 877 – 2983

Massillon GED Classes (@St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church)
226 3rd St SE – Massillon – Ohio 44646 – Ph: (330) 438 – 2559
Located between Tremont Ave SE and Oak Ave SE. Use the Oak Ave parking lot beside St. Timothy’s Church and enter through the Oak Ave door.

Minerva GED Classes (@Minerva High School)
501 Almeda Ave – Minerva – Ohio 44657 – Ph: (330) 438 – 2559

Buckeye Career Center ASPIRE
545 University Dr NE – New Philadelphia – Ohio 44663 – Ph: (330) 308 – 5720

Stark State Adult Education (@Stark State College)
6200 Frank Ave NW – North Canton – Ohio 44720 – Ph: (330) 494 – 6170
Stark State College shares in a $2.5-million Ohio grant to fund a new program where students can earn their GED diploma while at the same time receiving vocational training.

Wooster Career Center ASPIRE GED Classes
407 North Market St – Wooster – Ohio 44691 – Phone: (330) 988-1007 x 1014

Online GED and HiSET Testing Options

Earning your Ohio high school equivalency (HSE) diploma was only possible if you appeared in person at one of Ohio’s official testing sites. But now, we have witnessed the introduction of both GED and HiSET online proctored testing options.

If you wish to learn more about the newly introduced online HiSET exam, go to this post: Welcoming online HiSET testing, and to learn more about the online proctored new GED testing option, check out Introducing the online GED test.

GED Testing Centers in the Canton Area

Canton City School District (HiSET)
2800 13th Street SW, Room 132, Canton, Ohio 44710, Phone 330-438-2554

From here, cities by alphabet

Project Learn of Summit County (GED Testing)
60 South High Street, Akron, Ohio 44326, Phone 330-434-9461

University of Akron (HiSET Testing)
277 East Buchtel Avenue, Akron, Ohio 44325, Phone 330-972-7084

Central Ohio Tech GED Testing
200 North Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, Ohio 43812, Phone 740-622-1408

Buckeye Career Center (GED Testing)
545 University Drive NE, New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663, Phone 330-308-5720

Wayne County Career Center (GED or HiSET Testing)
518 W Prospect Street, Smithville, Ohio 44677, Phone 330-669-7070/7073

Choffin Career and Technical Center (GED)
200 E Wood Street, Youngstown, Ohio 44503, Phone 330-744-8750

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