Posted here are all GED® preparatory classes and testing sites in the Green Bay region.
Wisconsin uses the GED exam for the state’s high school equivalency (HSE) testing program.
The HSE program gives adults who dropped out of high school an opportunity to earn an equivalent degree.
The GED test includes four separate subtests (or modules) that can be taken (and paid for) one at a time within a 2-year time frame.
The four computer-based subtests are in the subject fields of Math, Science, Literacy, and Social Studies.
The GED is a challenging exam. Testing is done at a level that compares to that of graduating high school seniors.
Online GED testing is NOT an option. You must come to a designated Wisconsin GE test center to sit for the tests in person.
You may take one (or more) of the four modules at a time as long as you finish the GED battery within two years.
Green Bay GED prep classes (by ZIP)
Literacy Green Bay
424 S Monroe Ave, Green Bay, WI 54301, Phone: 920 – 435-2474
Literacy Green Bay (in cooperation with NWTC and Greater Green Bay YWCA) offers the Children First Family Literacy Program, a unique comprehensive program that aims to educate the entire family. This collaborative program is helping to break the poverty cycle of families by improving the literacy needs of the whole family.
YWCA of Greater Green Bay Children First Family Literacy GED program
230 S Madison St, Green Bay, WI 54301, Phone: 920 – 435-2474 ext.108
Casa ALBA Melanie Hispanic Resource Center
314 S Madison St. Green Bay WI 54301, Phone: 920 – 445-0104
Howe Neighborhood Family Resource Ctr
526 S Monroe Ave, Green Bay, WI 54301, Phone: 920 – 435-2474
Howe Elementary Community School
525 S Madison St, Green Bay, WI 54301, Phone: 920 – 435-2474
Artisan & Business Center (NWTC)
1417 Cedar St, Green Bay, WI 54302, Phone: 920 – 544-5018
House of Hope
1660 Christiana St, Green Bay, WI 54303, Phone: 920 – 884-6740
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Adult Education
2740 W Mason St, Green Bay, WI 54307, Phone: 920 – 498-7106
You may also qualify for NWTC’s Career Pathways Bridge Program. For more information call 920 – 491-2693
WI Department of Children & Families
2740 W Mason St, Green Bay, WI 54307, Phone: 920 – 498-7106
Oneida Nation Comm. Education Ctr
1260 S Packerland Dr, Green Bay, WI 54313, Phone: 920 – 496-5260 x 524
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Locations around Green Bay (cities by alphabet)
Fox Valley Tech College Adult Education
1825 North Bluemound Dr, Appleton, WI 54914 Ph: 920 – 735-5692
All Appleton area options are listed here
Stockbridge-Munsee Learning Ctr GED Program
13447 Camp 14 Road W – Bowler – Wisconsin 54416 – Ph 715 . 793.4827
Lakeshore Technical College Cleveland
1290 North Ave, Cleveland, WI 53015, Phone: 920 . 693.1282
FVTC Clintonville Regional Center
525 S Main Street, Clintonville, WI 54929, Phone: 715 – 823-1555
Marinette and Oconto Counties Literacy
W 10072 E Springside Rd, Coleman, WI 54112, Phone: 920 – 897-4422
Central Regional Learning Center (NWTC)
418 South Hwy 141, Crivitz, WI 54114, Phone: 715 – 854-3338
Moraine Park Tech
235 North National Avenue, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54936, Phone: 920 – 924-3207
All Fond du Lac GED prep facilities are listed in this post
College of Menominee Nation
State Hwy 47/55 – Keshena – Wisconsin 54135 – Ph 715 . 799.6226 x 3137
Menominee Tribal Ctr
PO Box 910, Keshena – Wisconsin 54135 – Ph 715 . 799.5119
Blackwell Job Corps
4155 County Hwy H, Laona, Wisconsin 54541, Ph 715 . 674.2311
East Regional Learning Center (NWTC)
133 Commerce Dr, Hwy 54, Luxemburg, WI 54217, Phone: 920 – 845-5945
Lakeshore Tech Adult Education
3733 Dewey St, Manitowoc, WI 54220, Phone: 920 – 683-2846
Manitowoc Public Library (One-to-One Adult Literacy Partners)
707 Quay St, Manitowoc, WI 54220, Phone: 920 – 686-3026
United Way Manitowoc County (R.E.A.D. Program)
21 E Waldo Blvd, Manitowoc, WI 54220, Phone: 920 – 682-8888
Northeast WI Technical College
1601 University Dr, Marinette, WI 54143, Phone: 715 – 732-3874
Marinette County Jail GED Program
2161 University Dr, Marinette, WI 54143, Phone: 715 – 732 – 7630
Not publicly available
Marquette Area Public Schools-Adult Education
1103 West College Avenue, Marquette, MI 49855, Phone: 906 – 225-5290
Check out all Marquette area options here
Menominee High School (Menominee County Adult Education)
2101 18th Street, Menominee, MI 49858, Phone: 906 – 497-5282
Wisconsin Literacy Services
555 North Plankinton Avenue – Milwaukee – WI 53203 – Ph: 414.344.5878
For all Milwaukee area GED courses you go to Milwaukee area GED Classes
Niagara Regional Learning Center (NWTC)
705 Washington Ave, Niagara, WI 54151, Phone: 715 – 251-3790
Northwest Regional Learning Center (NWTC)
649 Jackson St, Oconto Falls, WI 54154, Phone: 920 – 848-6982
Oneida Nation Community Education Center
PO Box 365, Oneida, Wisconsin 54155, Phone: 920 – 869-4396
Seymour Alternative High School
230 Morrow St. Seymour, WI 54165, Phone: 920 – 833-7642
Shawano Regional Learning Center (NWTC)
111 Thomas Ave, Shawano, WI 54166, Phone: 715 – 524-2418
Shawano County Literacy Council
1263 S Main Street, Shawano, WI 54166, Phone: 715 – 524-6506
Lakeshore Tech College-GED Program
3620 Wilgus Avenue, Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081, Ph: 920 – 208-5888
NWTC Sturgeon Bay Campus
229 N 14th Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, Phone: 920 – 746-4900
Door County Jail (NWTC)
1203 South Duluth Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, Phone: 920 – 746-2418
No availability to the general public
Wausau Salvation Army Education Ctr GED
202 Callon St – Wausau – Wisconsin 54401 – Ph: 715 . 803.1479 (ext. 1763)
Check out all Wausau area locations here: Wausau region GED Classes
Wausaukee High School (Northwoods Regional Learning Lab)
N 11941 Hwy 141, Wausaukee, WI 54177, Phone: 715 – 856-5151
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Green Bay area GED testing centers
NE Wisconsin Technical Coll. Greenbay GED testing
2740 West Mason St – Green Bay – WI 54307 – Ph: 920 – 498 – 5427
Fox Valley Tech College GED testing
1825 North Bluemound Drive – Appleton – Wisconsin 54914 – Ph 920 . 996.2887
Moraine Park Technical Coll. GED testing
235 North National Avenue – Fond du Lac – Wisconsin 54936 – Ph 920 . 924.3247
Northeast WI Technical College-Marinette GED testing
1601 University Avenue – Marinette WI 54143 – Ph: 715 – 732-3874
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
649 Jackson St, Oconto Falls, WI 54154 – Ph: 920 – 848-6982
NE Wisconsin Technical Coll. Sturgeon Bay GED testing
229 N 14th Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, Ph: 920 – 746-4908
Who is the GED for?
The new computer-based GED (General Education Development) exam is specially developed for men and women who never finished high school and gives them a second chance to obtain an equivalent diploma.
The certificate that you will be awarded when you pass the Wisconsin GED exam is seen as the equivalency of a high school diploma by official institutions, employers, and colleges all through the U.S. Mind you that the GED exam is not available online, you must go to a designated Wisconsin GED testing site.
To read all about the reduced passing requirements (lowered to 145 in 2016), check out this GED News post and see also this post that links to all U.S. GED prep locations.
Advantages of the GED diploma
There are several few advantages of securing your GED certificate: finding a (better) job is easier. Most unfilled jobs ask for a high school diploma or similar. Practically every employer and recruiting agency regard the GED certificate at the value as a high school degree. Furthermore, your self-esteem will be boosted.
By acquiring your GED diploma, you will be proud to have accomplished something that will improve the life. You have demonstrated that you can do what you have set your mind on. Last, but surely not least, the GED degree allows you get into colleges and universities.
Is the GED available online?
Despite all recent technological innovations, the GED exam is NOT available online. There still is the requirement that you come to a state-certified GED test center to take the four tests in person, but you have the option to take each test at the time you feel ready to do so, you really don’t have to do everything in one take.
There are quite some websites that try to fool you and want to sell you their so-called ” GED certificates” or whatever they label it. These sites are a scam and their issued documents are worthless. There just is not a possibility to get your credential online. Getting all set for the GED test via online programs is fine, though, and you may very well benefit from the free WI online GED class that is available on this website.
The GED credential gives you the opportunity to further your education. Here are Green Bay area schools where you go:
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (2420 Nicolet Dr, Green Bay, WI 54311, 920-465-2000)
Rasmussen College Green Bay (904 S Taylor St, Ste 100, Green Bay, WI 54303, 920-593-8400)
Bellin College Nursing School Shopko Campus (3201 Eaton Rd, Green Bay, WI 54311, 920-433-6699)
Bellin Hospital School Of Radiologic Technology (744 S Webster Ave, Green Bay, WI, 54301, (920- 433-3497)
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (2740 W Mason St, Green Bay, WI 54307, 920-498-5444)
ITT Technical Institute (470 Security Blvd, Green Bay, WI 54313, 920-662-9000)
Concordia University (1150 Springhurst Dr, Ste 101, Green Bay, WI 54304, 920-498-2551)
Lakeland College Green Bay Center, 2601 Development Dr, Green Bay, WI 54311, 920-336-7170
College of Menominee Nation Green Bay/Oneida Campus (2733 S Ridge Rd, Green Bay, WI 54304, 920-965-0070)
Empire Beauty School (940 Hansen Rd, Green Bay, WI 54304, 920-264-0744)
Wisconsin College of Cosmetology (2960 Allied St, Green Bay, WI 54304, 920-336-8888)
Martins College of Cosmetology (2575 W Mason, Green Bay, WI 54303, 920-684-3028)
Globe University-Green Bay ( 2620 Development Dr, Bellevue, WI 54311, 920-264-1600)
Medical College of Wisconsin-Green Bay (110 Grant St, De Pere, WI 54115, 414-955-3630)
St. Norbert College (100 Grant St, De Pere, WI 54115, 920-337-3181)
Take and pay for one test at a time
The new GED exam allows you to take one of the four tests at a time. Prepare for one subject field, schedule (and pay for) that test, and if you pass, move on to the next ‘module’. You have two years from your first test to complete the other three tests as well.