This is a full listing of GED® preparation locations and testing sites in the Denton region.
Texas welcomed the entirely computer-formatted GED exam for high school equivalency (HSE) testing.
Additionally, the state embraced the TASC and HiSET exams which are offered on-paper and on-computer.
HSE testing gives adults who left high school without a diploma another shot at obtaining an equivalent degree.
The GED exam comes with four independent tests in Mathematical Reasoning, Science, Reasoning through Language Arts, and Social Studies.
These four GED modules must be completed within a time frame of two years.
The HiSET and TASC have five subtests (Literacy has individual writing and reading tests) that can be taken separately, too.
Denton GED preparation classes
Adult Education and Literacy (Denton ISD)
815 Cross Timber Street, Denton, TX 76205, Phone: 940-369-0400
GED classes at Denton ISD give adults the chance to get a well-paying job or continue their education in college. Staff at the Denton ISD Adult Education & Literacy Program have made it their mission to help adults not merely pass, but succeed. All GED prep classes and materials are offered completely free of charge.
North Branch Library-GED preparation
3020 N Locust St, Denton, TX 76209, Phone: 940-369-0400
Calhoun Middle School (Denton ISD)
324 Windsor Dr, Denton, TX 76209, Phone: 940-369-0400
If a GED prep site is not listed, or when we should make any adjustments, please inform us here via our contact page.
Locations around Denton (cities by alphabet)
Ardmore Adult Ed. HSE Classes
2811 Springdale Road, Ardmore, Oklahoma 73401, Ph: 580.221.3037
See all Ardmore area prep facilities here
Arlington READS (Arlington Public Library)
101 East North St, Arlington, Texas 76011, Ph: 817.459.6985
See all Arlington area GED classes here: GED Programs in Arlington
North Central Texas College-Bowie
810 South Mill St – Bowie – Texas 76230 – Ph: 940-498-6272
Bridgeport ISD Alternative Learning Center
702 17th St, Bridgeport, TX 76426, Phone: 940-369-0091
Weatherford College GED Classes
5180 Hwy 380, Bridgeport, TX 76426, Phone: 817-598-2806
Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD Adult Education (CLC) *)
1820 Pearl St, Building C, Carrollton, TX 75006, Phone: 972-968-6520
For all Carrollton locations, please click here
Celina ISD GED Classes
205 South Colorado St, Celina, Texas 75009, Phone: 469-742-9142
Collinsville ISD (Grayson College)
500 Reeves St, Collinsville, TX 76233, Phone: 903-463-8784
NCTC Corinth Campus
1500 North Corinth St, Corinth, TX 76208, Phone: 940-498-6272
New Beginnings Dallas HSE Classes
10333 Denton Drive (Suite 2), Dallas, Texas 75220, Phone: 214.352.8080
See all Dallas area programs at Dallas GED Courses
Decatur Public Library
1700 Hwy 51 S, Decatur, TX 76234, Phone: 940-393-0290
NCTC Flower Mound Campus
1200 Parker Square, Flower Mound, TX 75028, Phone: 940-498-6272
Tarrant County College HSE Classes
5901 Fitzhugh Ave, Fort Worth, Texas 76119, Phone: 817.515.4320
For all Fort Worth area locations see: Fort Worth GED Programs
Frisco Student Opportunity Center (Frisco ISD)
6928 West Maple St, Frisco, TX 75033, Phone: 469.633.6706
Sylvan Frisco Learning Center
3311 Preston Rd, Ste 9, Frisco, TX 75034, Phone: 214.618.2955
Gainesville Education Plus
900 N. Grand Ave, Suite 103-B, Gainesville, TX 76240, Phone: 940-665-5085/463-8784
North Central Texas College
1525 W. California St, Gainesville, TX 76240, Phone: 940-668-4216
NCTC Graham Campus
928 Cherry St, Graham, TX 76450, Phone: 940-498-6272
Jacksboro High HSE Classes
1400 North Main St – Jacksboro – Texas 76458 – Ph: 940.322.6928
Middle School Jacksboro
812 West Belknap St – Jacksboro – Texas 76458 – Ph: 940.322.6928
Lewisville ISD (Lewisville High School)
1250 W Round Grove Road, Lewisville, Texas 75067. Ph: 469.713.5997
Christian Community Action
200 S Mill St, Lewisville, TX 75057, Phone: 972 219-4357
Lewisville Public Library
1197 W Main St, Lewisville, TX 75067, Phone: 972-219-3570
Little Elm Adult Education (Denton ISD)
300 Lobo Ln, Little Elm, TX 75068, Phone: 972-292-1847
Love County Library
500 S Hwy 77, Marietta, OK 73448, Phone: 580-276-3783
1st Presbyterian Church
2000 W. White Ave, McKinney, TX 75069, Phone: 972-548-9888
Literacy Council of Collin County HSE Classes
2704 Mission Ridge Road, Plano, Texas 75075, Phone: 214-282-5615
For all Plano locations visit: Plano GED Classes
The Colony High School
4301 Blair Oaks Dr, The Colony, TX 75056, Phone: 940-369-0400
Friendship Baptist Church GED Classes
4396 Main St, The Colony, TX 75056, Phone: 972.624.3005
In case a GED prep facility is not listed, or if you want us to make adjustments, please inform us here.
Denton area GED testing centers
University of North Texas
1800 W Chestnut St, Suite 311, Denton, TX 76201, Ph: 940-565-2735
1101 17th St, Bridgeport, TX 76426, Ph: 940-683-1830
Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD
1330 W Valwood Pkwy, Carrollton, TX 75006, Ph: 972-968-5675
Frisco Independent School District
6928 West Maple St, Frisco, TX 75033, Ph: 469-633-6706
North Central Texas College
1525 W California, Gainesville, TX 76240, Ph: 940-668-4216
Lewisville High School Harmon campus (LISD)
1250 W Round Grove Rd, Lewisville, TX 75067, Ph: 469-713-5997
Mc Kinney ISD
2100 White Ave, McKinney, TX 75069, Ph: 469-742-7800
HSE exam preparation
Probably the best way to get all set for the HSE (high school equivalency) exam is attending classes at one of the above-listed locations, and there will also be HSE study material available at most local libraries and bookstores, as well as online (see these free video lessons). Most preparation books have practice tests that will help you determine when you are ready to test (and this website also free HSE practice tests). For qualification criteria visit GED Testing Criteria in Texas.
There is also very helpful information available at GED.com including ‘GED Ready’ Practice Tests. A few years back, the GED (General Education Development) program was totally revamped, and the GED exam is again line with college requirements and industry expectations. Online GED, TASC, or HiSET testing is not possible. Websites that have a different message are fraudulent!
Over the past years, the GED (General Education Development) exam has changed to an entirely computer-based format, and one of the best changes is that you can take one test at a time. This gives you the chance to prepare for just one of the four subject areas and take that test. You have two years to complete the entire battery, so no need to rush. Your scores are instantly available (except for the essay part). No longer do you have to wait in anxiety for weeks.
Registration, scheduling your tests, payments, everything now needs to be done online. The GED exam really prepares you better for the modern job market and prepares you far better to be successful at university or college. The computer-based GED exam is not only more environmentally friendly (saving on paper), there are more advantages.
Registration became much easier via the Internet, though test-takers still need to appear in person at one of the Texas official testing centers. At first, there were major concerns that some adults would experience trouble with the exam as older students typically are not as familiar with working with a computer as younger ones. Recent results, however, have shown that computer-based testing is no problem for older applicants.
The Texas HSE exam costs $135. For details about the lowered GED passing score (to 145), check out this interesting page. The TASC and HiSET exams come with their own scoring systems.
Online HiSET, TASC, or GED testing can NOT be done online. You must appear at a state-designated test center. See also this page that has links to all US GED prep facilities and testing sites.
The HSE diploma and your future
Obtaining your HSE (high school equivalency) diploma is really one of the best decisions adults can make. It doesn’t matter why you did not finish high school, the HSE program offers you the best ‘second chance’ to obtain academic or career-targeted training. This will not only help you but our economy as a whole too. In America, you can find currently over 4 million vacant jobs of which the major part requires a completed secondary education (HS or GED diploma). Be wise and don’t put off your better future any longer.
*) Region 10 Adult Education
Region 10’s Adult Education and Literacy program offers HSE classes at the Carrollton Learning Complex (CLC) in Carrollton, Texas. HSE classes prepare applicants to successfully take the four independent tests of the GED exam or the five tests of the TASC or HiSET exam. Upon successful completion, students will receive the state-issued HSE diploma, a credential that equals a high school diploma.
In Texas, the price ticket for the HSE (high school equivalency) exam is $135.00 ($33.75 per module). You can take each GED test separately when you are sufficiently prepared and you then only pay for that part. There are 4 tests (modules): Mathematics, Science, Literacy, and Social Studies. GED completion is required within two years. The HiSET and TASC subtests may also be taken separately.
The GED exam must be done on a computer and thanks to this digital delivery, scores will be available within 24 hours. Test-takers can view their results immediately at their GED account that they need to install anyway to register and schedule their tests with the website of GED Testing Service, GED.com.
The HSE examination can be taken in English and in Spanish. To get more information, or to register for this great opportunity to get an education in order to get a better paying job or continue your education in college, please contact the school at 972-968-6520.
How to Become a Professional Barber
Maybe you would like to become a barber after completing your GED. Let’s look at some facts and requirements.
- Average Annual Salary: $35,090
- Expected Lifetime Earnings: $1,292,000
Barber – Education
In order to become a barber, you need to receive training from a barber school. Each state requires a different amount of study of hours in order to qualify for the state barber exam. Please check with the state you wish to start your practice in for specific hours. Once you have passed the necessary state certification test you will receive your Barber license in the mail shortly after, thus allowing you to
Once you have passed the necessary state certification test you will receive your Barber license in the mail shortly after, thus allowing you to start your barbering practice.
Is Barber School Required?
To put it simply…yes! Traditionally you will need to receive around 1500 hours of study/training time to qualify for your state license test. Schooling will also give you the hands-on training needed to be a successful barber. You will learn from professionals the hands-free techniques that most customers desire. These techniques will help separate you from amateurs who use hair clipper guards. When researching schools make sure the school is licensed by the appropriate regulatory agency.
Barber – The Job
Barbers cut, shape, trim, and taper hair. Barbers first must complete their high school education or have a GED diploma and to become a barber, you will need to have at least a few years of experience in cutting hair. Barbers, in general, need to be licensed and continue to improve their knowledge of common concepts and practices. Most barbers work under direct supervision and report to a manager or supervisor, but there also barbers that run their own small business.
Barbers not only perform haircuts but, they also provide hair styling or other services to their customers. The expression “barber” is in general only used for a small portion of those male hair stylists that are working on men’s shaving, hair cutting, and styling, or similar activities.
Barbers are usually very customer-orientated individuals who take also pleasure interacting with their clients while at the same time performing their professional tasks. It is common practice that many clients are returning clients of barbershops, and top barbers generally turn their facilities into a sort of meeting place where conversation plays an important role.
Generally speaking are barbers draping and pinning cloths around their customers’ clothes. They must work with clean and sterilized scissors, clippers, and combs, and they will cut and trim many types of hair in accordance with their clients’ wishes, instructions, and desired or preferred hairstyle. Barbers are required to keep their workstations clean work and make sure their floors are properly swept.
The median compensation for barbers is a little over $38,000 per year, but the level of experience and regional circumstances may impact heavily on these figures. In this profession, job satisfaction is very high for the vast majority of barbers.