GED Classes Fort Worth, Texas

This post contains a listing of all GED® prep locations and test centers in the Fort Worth region.

Texas not only embraced the computer-based GED exam for HSE (high school equivalency) testing.

The state also welcomed the TASC and HiSET which can be taken both on paper and on a computer.

The GED includes four independent subtests in Math, Social Studies, English Language Arts, and Science.

You can take one (or more) subtests at a time within a period of maximally two years. This only applies to the GED!

The HiSET and TASC have individual reading and writing tests, so five overall.

There is no online GED, TASC, or HiSET testing possibility. You must come in person to one of Texas’ official testing centers.

Fort Worth GED prep classes (by ZIP)

Texas GED Testing Requirements

Butler Learning Opportunities Center (TCC)
(Fort Worth Housing Authority’s Family Investment Center)
1201 E 13th Street – Fort Worth – TX 76102 – Phone 817-515-2787

Tarrant County College-Trinity River Campus
300 Trinity Campus Circle – Fort Worth – Texas 76102 – Phone 817-515-1210

Eastside Learning Opportunities Ctr (Workforce Solutions – TCC)
4701 E Lancaster – Fort Worth – TX 76103 – Phone 817-515-2986

Cassata High
1400 Hemphill Street – Fort Worth – TX 76104 – Phone 817-926-1745

Southside Community Center
959 E Rosedale – Fort Worth – TX 76104 – Phone: 817-334-0048

Southeast Learning Opportunities Ctr (at YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth – TCC)
2801 Miller Avenue – Fort Worth – TX 76105 – Phone 817-515-2984

Northside Learning Opportunities Ctr (TCC)
2100 N Main Street – Suite 100 – Fort Worth – TX 76106 – Phone 817-515-2973

Northside Learning Opportunities Center-Wells Fargo Bank
2315 N. Main Street – Fort Worth – TX 76106 – Phone: 817-515-6980

Eastside Youth Workforce
4709 E Lancaster – Fort Worth – TX 76106 – Phone: 817-492-7960

Northside Community Center
1100 NW 18th Street – Fort Worth – TX 76106 – Phone: 817-871-5835

Cultural Arts Center
1901 Windsor Place – Suite 103 – Fort Worth – TX 76110 – Phone 817-926-2921

Texas Re-entry Services
3001 Race Street – Fort Worth – TX 76111 – Phone 817-834-2833

The Ladder Alliance
1000 Bonnie Brae – Fort Worth – TX 76111 – Phone 817-834-2100

Remington College-Fort Worth
East Loop 820 – Fort Worth – TX 76112 – Phone 800-481-9606

Fort Worth ISD Office of Education
5701 Meadowbrook Drive –  Bldg 1 – Fort Worth – TX 76112 – Phone 817-492-7960

e-Skills Library and Job Center (TCC)
2800 Stark Street – Fort Worth – TX 76112 – Phone 817-392-6621

Tarrant Literacy Coalition
3327 Winthrop – Suite 205 – Fort Worth – TX 76116 – Phone 817-870-0082

John Crotty Associates
2316 Ridgmar Boulevard – Apt. 115 – Fort Worth – TX 76116 – Phone 817-737-6891 ext. NUL

Agape Baptist Church (Literacy Connexus)
3954 Southwest Boulevard – Fort Worth – TX 76116 – Phone 817-263-5011
Literacy Connexus is a part of the Christian Life Commission which supports Texas Baptists, churches, communities, and government leaders from a Christian and biblical perspective. The nonprofit organization is helping churches in their efforts to provide literacy to those who need it most.

Tarrant County College Opportunity Center
5901 Fitzhugh Avenue – Fort Worth – TX 76119 – Phone 817-515-4320/2544

Fort Worth ISD HSE Instruction
1400 Circle Drive – Fort Worth – TX 76119 – Phone 817-531-4300

Tarrant County College South Campus
5301 Campus Drive – Fort Worth – TX 76119 – Phone 817-515-4392

Community Learning Center (TCC)
5817 E Berry Street – Fort Worth – TX 76119 – Phone 817-496-3365

HOPE Literacy
1701 T-Square Drive – Fort Worth – TX 76120 – Phone: 817-999-9357

Christ Church Assembly of God
5301 Altamesa Blvd – Fort Worth – TX 76123 – Phone: 817-292-9292

TCC Northbrook Center–Northwest Campus
1001 NE Loop 820 (Ste 410) – Fort Worth – TX 76131 – Phone 817-515-2158

St. Bartholomew Catholic Church  
3601 Altamesa Blvd – Fort Worth – TX 76133 – Phone: 817-292-7703

Freedom Church (Cleburne ISD)
2005 McPherson Road – Fort Worth – TX 76140 – Phone: 817-202-1110

Northside Learning Opportunities Ctr (at Wells Fargo Bank – TCC)
2315 N Main Street – Fort Worth – TX 76164 – Phone 817-515-6980

Tarrant County College Northwest Campus
4801 Marine Creek Parkway – Fort Worth – TX 76179 – Phone 817-515-7759

Watson Learning Center (Fort Worth School District Adult Education Program)
5901 Hereford Drive – Fort Worth – TX 76179 – Phone 817-492-7960

Community Enrichment Center
6250 N.E. Loop 820 – Fort Worth – TX 76180 – Phone: 817-281-1164

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Locations around Fort Worth (cities by alphabet)

Abilene Transition Center
1290 South Willis St, Ste 55, Abilene – Texas 79605, Ph: 325.692.0033
For all Abilene-area GED classes go to Abilene GED Programs

Center of Hope Basic Needs
9901 E Bankhead Highway – Aledo – TX 76008 – Phone 817-441-2442

Alvarado ISD HSE Instruction
102 Bill Jackson Drive (Room 302) – Alvarado – TX 76009 – Ph: 817-202-1110

Ctr for Continuing Ed. & Workforce Development (The University of Texas at Arlington)
140 W Mitchell St, Arlington, Texas 76010, Ph: 817.804.4273

NW Arlington ESL Center HSE Classes  
1001 N Davis Dr, Arlington, Texas 76012, Ph: 817.261.8890
For all GED prep sites in the Arlington area visit  GED Courses in the Arlington region

Azle Memorial Library (Weatherford ISD)
333 W Main Street (Community Room) – Azle – TX 76020 – Ph: 817-598-2806 (option 4)

Christian Center for Restoration and Peace
303 E. Pipeline Rd, Suite 200, Bedford, TX 76022, Ph: 817-770-2635

Denton Independent School District
702 17th Street – Bridgeport – Texas 76426 – Ph: 940-369-0091

Weatherford College Adult Education
5180 Highway 380 – Bridgeport – Texas 76426 – Ph: 817-598-2806

Burleson Public Library (Community Room – Cleburne ISD)
248 SW Johnson Avenue – Burleson – TX 76028 – Ph: 817-202-1108

Cleburne Adult Education
311 Featherston Street – Cleburne – TX 76033 – Phone: 817-202-1110
Cleburne Adult Education offers GED classes at these locations:
Alvarado (ISD Administration, room 213, 102 S. Bill Jackson)
Burleson (Recreation Center BRiCk, 550 NW Summercrest, and at the Burleson Public Library, Community Room, 248 S.W. Johnson)
Cleburne (311 Featherstone, and 425 Granbury)
Fort Worth (Freedom Church, 2005 McPherson)
Glen Rose (Technology Center, 707 SW Big Bend Trail)
Godley (ISD Administration, Room 503, 313 N. Pearson)
Granbury (1st United Methodist Church, 301 Loop 567, and at Christian Women’s Job Corp, 1310 Weatherford Hwy, Building C)
Stephenville (Ranger College, 1835 W. Lingleville Rd, and at the Stephenville High School, Room V11, 2650 W. Overhill Drive)
Venus (High School/Community Library, 12 Bulldog Drive)

Bear Valley Community Church
7900 Precinct Lane Road – Colleyville – TX 76034 – Phone: 817-485-9910

TCC Crowley South Campus Center (Bill R. Johnson Technology Center)
1033 McCart Avenue – Crowley – TX 76036 – Phone 817-297-3018

New Beginnings Dallas
10333 Denton Drive, Suite 2, Dallas – Texas 75220, Phone: 214.352.8080
Check out all Dallas area GED locations here: Dallas GED Programs

Decatur Public Library 
1700 Highway 51 S – Decatur – Texas 76234 – Ph: 940.393.0290

Denton ISD HSE Classes
1307 North Locust Street, Denton, Texas 76201, Ph: 940.369.0091
To see all Denton area GED classes go to Denton GED Classes

Glen Rose ISD Technology Center
700 SW Big Bend Trail (Hwy 67), Glen Rose, TX 76043, Phone: 817-202-1108
GED classes will meet Tuesday & Thursday nights from 6 to 8 p.m.

Graham Workforce Center
924 Cherry Ave – Graham – Texas 76450 – Ph: 940.322.6928

North Central Texas College
928 Cherry St – Graham – TX 76450 – Ph: 940.498.6272

Granbury First United Methodist Church (Forward Training of Hood County)
301 Loop 567 – Granbury – TX 76048 – Phone: 817-202-1108

Christian Women’s Job Corporation
1310 Weatherford Hwy – Suite 116 – Granbury – TX 76048 – Phone: 817-573-6677

Haltom City Public Library (Haltom City Northeast Center)
4809 Haltom Road – Haltom City – TX 76117 – Phone 817-222-7789

Shannon Learning Center
6010 Walker Street – Haltom City – TX 76117 – Phone 817-547-5411

TCC-Haltom City (Northeast Center)
3201 Friendly Lane – Haltom City – TX 76117 – Phone 817-515-6996

Hill County Workforce Solutions Center
233 E Elm Street – Hillsboro – TX 76645 – Phone 254-299-8777

Hurst Public Library
901 Precinct Line Road – Hurst – Texas 76053 – Ph 817-788-7301

Mission Central  
732A E Pipeline Road – Hurst – Texas 76053 – Ph 817-595-0011

Tarrant County College-Northeast Campus
828 Harwood Road – Hurst – Texas 76054 – Ph 817-515-6657

Jacksboro High
1400 North Main St – Jacksboro – Texas 76458 – Ph: 940.322.6928

Region 9 Jacksboro Middle School
812 West Belknap St – Jacksboro – TX 76458 – Ph: 940.322.6928

New Horizon High School
603 Plum Street, Joshua, TX 76058, Phone 817-202-2500

Bethlehem Baptist Church (TCC)
1188 W Broad Street – Mansfield – Texas 76063 – Phone 817-473-1236

Weatherford College-Mineral Wells
704 Hood Road – Mineral Wells – TX 76067 – Phone 817-598-2806

Mineral Wells Center of Life
200 SW 5th Street – Mineral Wells – TX 76067 – Phone 940-327-8700

New Haven Ministries
115 SW 3rd Street – Mineral Wells – TX 761067 – Phone 940-452-1784

Community Enrichment Center (Literacy for Life)
6250 NE Loop 820 – North Richland Hills – TX 76180 – Phone 817-281-1164

Castleberry at REACH High School (CISD – TCC)
1101 Merrit Street – River Oaks – TX 76114 – Phone 817-515-1071

John Ed Keeter Public Library Adult Education
355 W McLeroy Boulevard – Saginaw – TX 76179 – Phone 817-230-0344

Saginaw Recreation Center (TCC)
633 West McLeroy Boulevard – Saginaw – Texas 76179 – Phone 817-230-0350

Watson Learning Center
5900 Hereford Drive – Saginaw – TX 76179 – Phone: 817-238-7925

Outreach of Love Church 
3591 E Highway 199 – Springtown – TX 76082 – Phone 817-221-2983

Y.A.L.E. School ((Young Adults Leading in Education)
626 N Main Street – Springtown – TX 76082 – Phone 817-220-2916

First Christian Church (Stephenville ISD)
450 W Tarleton Street – Stephenville – TX 76401 – Phone: 254-965-4878

Stephenville High School
2650 Overhill Drive – Stephenville – TX 76401 – Phone: 817-202-1110
Mondays & Wednesdays starting from 6-8 p.m. in room V11

Ranger College 
1835 W Lingleville Road, Stephenville, TX 76401, Phone: 817-202-1110
Tuesdays & Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. in room 1

McLennan Community College
1400 College Dr, Waco, Texas 76708, Ph: 254.299.8777
Check out all Waco area GED classes here: Waco GED Classes

Watauga Public Library 
7109 Whitley Road – Watauga – TX 76148 – Phone 817-514-5865

Weatherford ISD Adult Education
602 W Water Street – Weatherford – TX 76086 – Phone 817-598-2806

Weatherford ISD Adult Education
900 N Elm Street – Weatherford – TX 76086 – Phone: 817-598-2806

Weatherford College Adult Education
225 College Park Drive – Weatherford – TX 76086 – Phone 817-594-5471

Project B.E.S.T. (Tarrant Literacy Coalition)
1000-A S Cherry Lane – White Settlement – TX 76108 – Phone: 817-870-0082

White Settlement Public Library
8215 White Settlement Road – White Settlement – TX 76108 – Phone: 817-367-0166

Community Learning Center (Pat Lane Center or Grants Lane Ctr)
555 North Grants Lane – White Settlement – TX 76108 – Phone: 817-515-6771/6772
GED Spanish Mon/Wed 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

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Fort Worth area GED testing centers

Tarrant County College Trinity Campus
300 Trinity Campus Circle, Fort Worth, TX 76102, 817-515-8223

Fort Worth ISD
1400 Circle Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76119, 817-531-4300

Tarrant County College – NW Campus
4801 Marine Creek Pkwy, Fort Worth, TX 76179, 817-515-7759

Tarrant County College – South Campus
5301 Campus Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76119, 817-515-4535

Venture HS GED testing
4900 W Arkansas Lane, Arlington, TX 76016, 682-867-6413

Bridgeport ISD
1101 17th Street, Bridgeport, TX 76426, 940-683-1830

Graham ISD
400 Third Street, Graham, TX 76450,  940-549-2002

Hill College
112 Lamar Drive, Hillsboro, TX 76645, 254-582-2555

Ranger College
1100 College Circle, Ranger, TX 76470, 254-647-3234

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What is the GED exam?

The GED set of four tests measures knowledge and skills at the level of graduating high schools students and in accordance with what colleges and employers request. After passing the now ‘digital’ GED exam, you can apply to college, start training, or get a (better) job with normal wages. The GED program comes with start-to-finish support. To find out if you qualify, go to GED testing requirements in Texas.

You may also want to see this page that links to all GED programs prep facilities in America. For information about the adjusted GED passing score (lowered from 150 to 145 in 2016), go to this GED News page. The Texas HSE credential is equivalent to a regular HS diploma that allows for a better job, job promotion and also qualifies you for a college education. The HiSET and TASC have their own scoring systems.

GED online registration

You can sign up for MyGED to receive all thinkable support to succeed in passing the tests and learn about college education and the contemporary job market. The GED exam was first created in 1942 and goes through an update every 10-15 years, but the most recent one was the biggest it had ever experienced.

The GED set of four tests will require a little over seven hours to complete and is administered at around 1,500 testing centers all across the world. Now you are allowed to take just one test if you want at the time you are ready for that part. You are allowed two years to complete all four tests. If you have questions, please call a prep site or contact them by email and your school board’s staff may also be able to help you.

You should visit as many job fairs and education or business events as possible to learn all about career options and access to college courses as your diploma qualifies you for post-secondary education. Accessibility to college credit-bearing college courses may pose some financial hurdles but support is offered by many schools. Just check out the main content of their academic programs like a site map and register for that program that you think will lead to your success. Once you’re in your class, you can work towards a better future not only for you but for your loved ones as well.

The GED and your income

It is estimated that people with a secondary education degree (High school or high school equivalency diploma) earn $568,000 more in their lives than those who don’t have this credential. Go to the GED organization’s website, GED.com, to learn all details of the GED program, and create your own account at MyGED where you can schedule your tests, and find school descriptions and job market trends as well so you will be happy, not only as a student but as an employee as well.

GED and the economy

In today’s difficult job market (although it has improved considerably compared to a few years back), having a good education is crucial for applicants. Most jobs require at least a secondary credential, such as a high school diploma, or a GED certificate. To a lot of employers, it is irrelevant whether you have many years of experience or not, they just want you to have your qualification. Even highly experienced professionals, people that had the same job for many years, but whose employers got bust, would not get a similar job because the position required a high school diploma or GED certificate.

Online testing?

Online GED, TASC, or HiSET testing is NOT possible. There just is no such thing as an online HSE diploma! Internet scammers are looking all the time to take advantage of desperate and uninformed people, and frustration of the need to have educational credentials sometimes push applicants to get hold of an easy solution.

They go online to ‘buy’ their HSE diploma, but schools and employers are aware that you cannot get your HSE credential via online services. Anything online regarding the HSE diploma is bogus. Except then, of course, online prep courses to get you all set fast.

You can prepare very well online, for example by using this website’s free online video program and practice tests, but you must go to a GED test facility to take your tests. Websites like ‘Diploma-ged.com’ and ‘Accreditedhighschool.us’ coax people into spending their money on fake GED or high school diplomas. This type of scam is affecting thousands of victims every day, and some of these sites even go so far that they use the official logo of GED Testing Service just to make these websites look credible.

GED Testing Service has the copyright as well as all other rights reserved to the terms GED and GED Ready. The organization is not involved in anything published on this website.

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