This page includes a full listing of GED® prep locations and testing sites in the Elk City area. Oklahoma uses the totally computerized GED exam for HSE (high school equivalency) testing program.
Additionally, the state welcomed the HiSET® which is offered in both computer and paper-based formats.
HiSET and GED testing can be done at official Oklahoma HSE test centers and in an online format. For more information about the new online HiSET and GED testing options, go to the bottom of this page.
The HSE test offers adults who left high school before graduating another shot at acquiring an equivalent credential.
The GED includes four subtests in Math, Science, Literacy, and Social Studies that can be taken separately.
The HiSET exam has individual reading and writing tests, so five in total, that can be taken independently as well.
Both options measure proficiency at a level that compares to that of graduating HS seniors.
Elk City GED prep locations
Elk City Adult Education
222 West Broadway Ave | Elk City | Oklahoma 73644 | Ph: (580) 225.4154
Western Tech-Elk City
301 Western Dr | Elk City | Oklahoma 73644 | Ph: (580) 225.4982
Western Oklahoma Learning Center
1502 W 8th St | Elk City | Oklahoma 73644 | Ph: (580) 225.3456
Prep Sites around Elk City (cities in alphabetic order)
Altus Adult Education
220 N Park Ln | Altus | Oklahoma 73522 | Ph: (580) 481.2155
Check out more Altus region locations on this page
Western Technology Center-Burns Flat
621 Sooner Dr | Burns Flat | Oklahoma 73624 | Ph: (580) 562.3181
Clinton High School
2130 West Gary Blvd | Clinton | Oklahoma 73601 | Ph: (580) 323.1800
Lovett Memorial Library
302 North Main St | McLean | Texas 79057 | Ph: (806) 677.5281
Instruction provided by Region 16 Adult Education
Western Technology Center-Sayre
2002 NE Highway 66 | Sayre | Oklahoma 73662 | Ph: (580) 928.2097
217 East Franklin St | Weatherford | Oklahoma 73096 | Ph: (580) 774.2541
Pre- GED classes provided by West-central Oklahoma Literacy Coalition
Western Technology Center-Weatherford
2605 East Main St | Weatherford | Oklahoma 73096 | Ph: (580) 774.0224
Northwest Literacy Council
1500 Main St | Woodward | Oklahoma 73801 | Ph: (580) 254.8582
For more Woodward area options click here
Should we make any changes or updates? Is a prep site not included? We welcome contributions here that help us keep our website up-to-date. Thank you.
Elk City area GED testing centers
After Elk City, Cities by Alphabet
Elk City Regional Adult Learning Center (HiSET)
700 West 2nd Street | Elk City| Oklahoma 73644 | Phone (580) 225-4154
Western Oklahoma State University GED and HiSET Test Center
2801 North Main Street | Altus | Oklahoma 73521 | Phone (580) 477-7921
Caddo Kiowa Technology and Education Center GED Test Center
1415 N 7th Street | Fort Cobb | Oklahoma 73038 | Phone (405) 643-5511
Comanche Nation College GED Test Center
1608 SW 9th Street | Lawton | Oklahoma 73501 | Phone (580) 699-7225
Great Plains Technology Center GED and HiSET Test Center
4500 W Lee Boulevard | Lawton | Oklahoma 73505 | Phone (580) 250-5562
Southwest Oklahoma State University-Sayre Test Center
409 East Mississippi Avenue | Sayre | Oklahoma 73662 | Phone (580) 928-5533
Southwestern Oklahoma State University Test Center
100 Campus Drive | Weatherford | Oklahoma 73096 | Phone ( 580) 774-7084
Southwestern Oklahoma State University GED and HiSET Test Center
1001 North 7th Street | Weatherford | Oklahoma 73096 | Phone (580) 774-3084
High Plains Technology Center GED Test Center
3921 34th Street | Woodward | Oklahoma 73801 | Phone (580) 256-6618
For enrollment requirements visit GED in Oklahoma.
The HSE diploma that is awarded after successful completion of the Oklahoma HSE exam will certainly improve the job options of graduates and gives them access to colleges and universities. In America, we still can find millions of adults who never finished high school, and passing the test will lead to better employment options.
The GED program allows you to acquire a credential that is equivalent to a high school diploma, and offer you the possibility to improve your living conditions. If you are interested in sitting for the Oklahoma GED exam, you need to be an Oklahoma resident, not be enrolled in any school program, and not already possess a secondary school credential.
Welcoming online GED and HiSET testing options
Students looking to acquire their Oklahoma high school equivalency credentials always needed to come to an official, state-approved HSE testing facility. There never was the option to deal with one of the exams via the internet. But now, we’ve witnessed the introduction of both a HiSET and a GED testing option in an online proctored format.
Last Updated on January 19, 2021.