GED Classes Fort Smith, Arkansas

Last Updated on April 10, 2024.

Listed on this page are all Arkansas GED class locations and testing sites in the Fort Smith region. Arkansas uses the computer-formatted GED exam for high school equivalency testing.

GED candidates can take the four GED subtests online or at an official, state-designated testing center.

The assessment offers adults who could not finish high school the chance to earn an equivalent credential.

The GED® exam comes with four independent modules (independent subtests) in

  • Math
  • Social Studies
  • Science
  • English Language Literacy

Get access to GED online classes for free on our website, where more than 100 Onsego lessons await to guide you on the road toward your GED diploma.

You have the freedom to sit for one or more GED modules at a time and in your preferred order.

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The GED is a challenging exam. Testing occurs at a level comparable to that of HS seniors upon graduation, so becoming perfectly prepared is critical to your success.

If you want to read more about the GED test costs in Arkansas, scoring ranges, and qualification requirements, visit The GED Test In Arkansas.

Fort Smith GED Prep Facilities

Fort Smith Adult Education Center
501 S 20th Street, Fort Smith, AR 72901, Phone: 479-785-1232
The school also offers GED classes in Greenwood (Greenwood High School, Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:00 – 9:00 p.m.) and in Mansfield (Mansfield High School, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00 – 9:00 p.m.). All classes are available at no charge. You are welcome to call the schools for additional information at 479-785-1232.

Literacy Council of Western Arkansas
300 S 11th Street, Fort Smith, AR 72901, Phone: 479-783-2665
NOT a GED program, but Literacy Volunteers of Western Arkansas helps to improve the quality of life for adults through basic education, personalized instruction, one-on-one tutoring in writing, reading, and math, ESL (English as a Second Language and U.S. Citizen classes, and financial and digital literacy.

Arkansas Workforce Center (Ft. Smith Adult Education)
616 Garrison Avenue, Fort Smith, AR 72901 Phone: 501-785-1232

Department of Workforce Services (Ft. Smith Adult Education)
616 Garrison Avenue, Suite 101, Fort Smith, AR 72901 Phone: 501-785-1232

Arkansas Adult Learning Resource Center
3534 S 34th Street, Fort Smith, AR 72903, Phone: 479-649-5830

Sylvan Fort Smith
2409 S 56th Street, Suite 117, Fort Smith, AR 72903, Phone: 479-226-8502

Sebastian County Juvenile Detention Center GED Program
801 S A Street, Fort Smith, AR, 72901, Phone: 479-783-3532
Not publicly available

When taking this website’s free GED practice tests, you can identify your stronger and weaker academic points. If you center on your knowledge gaps, you will study more efficiently and attain your GED diploma sooner.

Locations around Fort Smith (Cities by Alphabet)

Booneville Adult Education Center
165 N Broadway, Booneville, AR 72927, Phone: 479-675-4326
The Booneville Adult Education Center (operated by Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus) has relocated to 165 N. Broadway in Booneville. Previously, it was housed inside Arkansas Tech’s Rockline Industries building.

Johnson County Adult Education (Arkansas Tech)
18 Sherwood Pl, Clarksville, AR 72830, Phone: 479-754-2620

Fayetteville Adult and Community Education
612 S. College Ave, Fayetteville, Arkansas 72703, Pho 479.444.3041
A full listing of Fayetteville region classes is posted here: Fayette Area GED Classes

UA Rich Mountain Community College
1100 College Drive, Mena, AR 71953, Phone: 479-394-7622 x 1380

Belfonte Community Building-Sequoyah County (Cherokee Nation Adult Education)
474894 HY 101, Muldrow, OK 74948, Phone: 918-776-0416

Indian Capital Technology Ctr
2304 N. 41st Street E, Muskogee, OK 74403, Phone 918-681-4199 or 918-357-7040
A complete listing of Muskogee area classes is available here: Muskogee area GED programs

Franklin County Adult Ed. (River Valley Adult Learning Alliance)
909 N 18th Street, Ozark, AR 72949, Phone: 479-667-3520

Cass Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center
21424 N Highway 23, Ozark, AR 72949, Phone: 479-667-3686

Paris-Logan County Adult Education Center (@Tyson Logan Co. Career Center)
2008 E Wood Street, Paris, AR 72855, Phone: 844-963-3243 ext. 5111

Poteau Adult Learning Ctr. HiSET Classes
408 Dewey Avenue, Poteau, OK 74953, Phone 918-647-5795

Cherokee Nation Field Office-Sallisaw
100 E Choctaw Avenue, Sallisaw, OK 74955, Phone: 918-776-0416

Sallisaw Adult Learning Center
312 South Walnut Street, Sallisaw, OK 74955, Phone: 918-776-0976

Choctaw Nation Community Center
2208 E Main Street, Stigler, OK 74462, Phone: 580-924-8280 ext. 2319 or 2122

Bell School GED Classes (Cherokee Nation Adult Education)
88963 South 4729 Road, Stilwell, OK 74960, Phone: 918-776-0416 or 918-696-3124

Crawford County Adult Education Center
301 Mt Vista Boulevard, Van Buren, AR 72956, Phone: 479-471-0019

Crawford County Volunteers for Literacy
2925 Alma Highway, Suite 8 & 9, Van Buren, AR 72956, Phone: 479-474-4594
Literacy Volunteers help adults improve basic reading and math skills.

Rich Mountain Community College Waldron
456 West 6th Street, Waldron, AR 72958, Phone: 479-637-5502 ext. 4014

Choctaw Nation Community Ctr
515 Center Point Road, Wilburton, OK 74578, Phone: 580-924-8280 ext. 2319 or 918-465-2389

Introducing Online GED Testing

It is now also possible to take the GED exam online. It used to be that GED test-takers needed to report personally to a state-approved Arkansas GED testing site when they wanted to earn their Arkansas GED diplomas.

But now, with the arrival of an online proctored GED testing option, that has changed. To qualify, GED hopefuls need to have attained “green” scores on the official GED Ready® practice test. More details can be read here: introducing the online GED exam.

Fort Smith Area GED Testing Centers

Fort Smith Adult Education Center
501 South 20th Street | Fort Smith | AR 72901 | Phone 479-785-1232

From here, cities by alphabet

Logan County Adult Education (AR Tech University-Ozark)
165 North Broadway | Booneville | AR 72927 | Phone 479-675-4326

Johnson County Adult Education GED Test Center
18 Sherwood Plaza | Clarksville | AR 72830 | Phone 479-754-2620

University of Arkansas-Fayetteville
97 N Razorback Rd | Fayetteville | AR 72701 | Phone 479-575-3948

Rich Mountain Comm. College | GED testing
1100 College Dr | Mena | AR 71953 | Phone 479-394-7622

Arkansas Technical University | Ozark
1700 Helberg Ln | Ozark | AR 72949 | Phone 479-667-3520

Cass Job Corps Civilian Conversation Ctr (AR Tech)
21424 North Hwy 23 | Ozark | AR 72949 | Phone 479-667-0307

Arkansas Tech University- Paris
602 North 10th St | Paris | AR 72855 | Phone 844-963-3243

Poteau Adult Learning Center (HiSET)
408 Dewey Ave | Poteau | OK 74953 | Phone 918-647-5795

Carl Albert State College (HiSET)
1507 South McKenna St | Poteau | OK 74601 | Phone 918-647-1342

Sallisaw Adult Learning Ctr
312 S Walnut Street | Sallisaw | OK 74955 | Phone 918-776-0976

Cherokee Nation Career Service GED Test Center
406A W Locust Street | Stilwell | OK 74960 | Phone 918-696-3124

Crawford County Adult Education Center
605 Alma Boulevard Circle, Van Buren, AR 72956, Phone 501-471-0019

Modular GED

The GED test has four separate subtests (modules) that can be taken independently. So you can prepare for one test, pass that part, and move on to the next section. You only need to pay for the part(s) you register for.

To pass, you must reach at least a score of 145 on each of the subtests. Registration, test scheduling, payments: everything must be done online at GED.com, where you need to create your personal account at the portal MyGED.

The GED program is for people who never finished high school. The diploma or certificate that you will be given upon successfully completing the GED test is recognized and accepted as equivalent to a high school diploma by employers, colleges, and government institutions across the United States.

The GED exam tests elementary subject areas that students learn in high school. The GED (General Education Development) program is developed to give adults another chance to obtain a credential that is comparable to a high school diploma.

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