This page lists all GED preparatory class locations and test centers in the Grand Island area. Nebraska is using the GED exam for the state’s high school equivalency testing program.
The GED test is available online and at state-certified testing facilities.
The exam offers adults who never finished high school one more shot at acquiring a diploma that’s recognized in the same way as a regular HS degree.
The GED® comes with four separate subtests in Literacy, Math, Science, and Social Studies.
You have the option to take one (or more) of the four GED modules (subtests) at a time.
The GED exam measures knowledge at a level that’s similar to that of high school graduates.
In the past, testing was exclusively done at official Nebraska test centers. Online GED testing was, until recently, not available.
But now, we’ve seen the launch of an online proctored GED test-taking option. For more information, check the bottom of this page.
The GED is a pretty challenging exam. Some forty percent of HS graduates would not be able to pass the exam on the first attempt.
Grand Island GED Prep Locations
Central Community College-Grand Island
College Park, 3180 W Highway 34, Grand Island, NE 68802, Phone: 308-398-7432 or 308-398-7446
Literacy Council of Grand Island
115 W Charles Street, Grand Island, NE 68801, Phone: 308-675-3292
Grand Island Career Center
203 E Stolley Park Road, Suite A, Grand Island, NE 68801, Phone: 308-385-6300
For referral and advice
Hall County Detention Center
123 S Webb Road, Grand Island, NE 68803, Phone: 308-398-7432
No public availability
Locations Around Grand Island (Cities By Alphabet)
Central Community College-Columbus
3020 18th Street, Suite 3, Columbus, NE 68601, Phone: 402-562-1432 or 308-398-7446
All Columbus GED classes <- are listed in this post
Hastings Literacy Program (@Head Start)
123 N Marian Road, Hastings, NE 68901, Phone: 402-463-7323 or 308-398-7446
GED classes provided by Central Community College
SCC Hebron Learning Ctr.
610 Jefferson Ave, Hebron, NE 68370, Phone 402.437.2840
Central Community College-Holdrege Center
1308 2nd Street, Holdrege, NE 68949. Phone: 308-995-8133 or 308-338-4009
Located at the east side of Phelps County Ag Center
Central Community College-Kearney Center
1215 30th Avenue, Kearney, NE 68845, Phone: 308-338-4009 or 308-398-7446
Central Community College-Lexington
1501 Plum Creek Parkway, Lexington, NE 68850, Phone: 308-338-4083 or 308-398-7446
Literacy Council of Lincoln
745 South 9th St | Lincoln | NE 68508 | Ph: 402.476.7323
Check out all GED prep locations in the Lincoln area at Lincoln GED Programs
Mid-Plains Community College (von Riesen Library, Lower Level)
1205 East Third St | McCook | NE 69001 | Phone: 308-345-8128
Ord Learning Center (CCC)
1514 K Street – Suite 1 – Ord – NE 68862 – Phone: 308-728-3299 or 308-398-7446
Kilgore Memorial Library (SCC)
520 North Nebraska Avenue, York, NE 68467, Phone: 402.437.2840
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Grand Island Area GED Testing Centers
Grand Island Community Coll. | GED testing
3134 West Highway 34 | Grand Island | NE 68802 | Phone 308-398-7481
Hastings Central Community Coll. | GED testing (Howard Bldg, Rm 126)
550 Technical Boulevard | Hastings | NE 68901 | Phone 402-461-2429
Kearney Central Community Coll. GED testing
1215 30th Avenue | Kearney | NE 68845 | Phone 308-338-4024
Lexington Centr. Community Coll. | GED testing
1501 Plum Creek Parkway | Lexington | NE 68850 | Phone 308-324-8480
Launching The Online Proctored GED Test
In the past, taking the four GED subtests was never possible over the internet. To earn your Nebraska GED diploma, you personally had to report to one of Nebraska’s official GED test centers and pass the four GED modules.
Recently, though, we witnessed the launch of a new online proctored option to sit for the GED exam. So all of that has now changed. To learn more about this fantastic development, visit ‘The introduction of the online GED test.’
The GED program is far more than only a set of four tests. Go to GED.com to become fully informed and sign up at MyGED, your online portal for registration, studying, scheduling your tests, checking your scores, and learning about job market developments and college programs.
Holding the GED diploma will definitely lead to better jobs with decent earnings, and the degree also opens the door to a college education. Two years after the new GED implementation, the GED passing score was lowered from 150 points to 145 on each of the four subtests.
The state of Nebraska requires that candidates be 18 years old. If 16 or 17-year-olds want to take the GED exam, they must meet strict requirements and provide specific documentation.
These candidates must contact a local test center to determine the requirements for their specific location. Furthermore, GED test-takers cannot be holders of a high school degree, and they can also not be registered for any other school course.