GED Classes Hagerstown, Maryland

Last Updated on April 11, 2024.

Listed here is an overview of all GED prep classes and test facilities in the Hagerstown area. To earn your Maryland High School Equivalency diploma, you need to pass the GED exam.

The GED exam can be taken online and at state-approved GED testing centers.

The exam offers adults who couldn’t finish high school the opportunity to earn an equivalent credential.

The GED is entirely computer-formatted and includes four independent subtests.

The exam assesses fundamental skills and knowledge at the level that can be expected of high school seniors upon graduation.

The four testing fields are

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It used to be that there was no online GED testing option. You needed to show up at a Maryland GED testing site and sit for the tests in person. However, that has now changed as a new online testing option was introduced. Learn more below.

Visit “The GED Exam in Maryland” to read more about Maryland eligibility criteria, GED testing costs, or the scoring system.

Hagerstown GED Prep Locations

Hagerstown Community College Adult Education
11400 Robinwood Drive, Hagerstown, MD 21742, Phone: 240-500-2313

Washington County Family Center
221 McRand Court, Suite 300, Hagerstown, MD 21740, Phone: 301-790-4002

Western Maryland Consortium
33 W Washington Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740, Phone: 301-791-3164

Literacy Council of Washington County
15 Randolph Avenue, Hagerstown, MD 21740, Phone: 301-739-4208
Not a GED program, but services include tutoring in basic reading and writing skills and ESL (English as a Second Language) support.

Maryland Correctional Education Center Hagerstown
Route 3, Hagerstown, MD 21740, Phone: 301-791-7200
Not open to the public

Roxbury Correctional Institute GED Program
18701 Roxbury Road, Hagerstown, MD 21746, Phone: 240-420-3000
Not open to the public

Locations around Hagerstown (Cities by Alphabet)

Morgan County Adult Education (Starting Points of Morgan County)
187 South Green St, Berkeley Springs, WV 25411, Phone: 304-676-5991

Franklin County Literacy Council
101 E King St, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 17201, Phone: 717-504-4459 x 3502
(located at the lower level of the Coyle Free Library)

Franklin Co. Career Link
600 Norland Ave, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 17201, Phone: 717.264.4584 ext. 4974 or 223.230.8597
Classes are available at two locations: PA CareerLink-Chambersburg and Waynesboro High School.

Allegany College of Maryland GED Instruction
12401 Willowbrook Road SE, Cumberland, MD 21502, Phone: 301-784-5445/5446
You can find all Cumberland area GED prep sites <- here

Frederick Community College
7932 Opossumtown Pike, Frederick, MD 21702, Phone: 240-629-7962
Check out all Frederick area GED prep classes <- here

HACC Gettysburg
731 Old Harrisburg Road, Gettysburg, PA 17325, Phone: 717-337-3855
See all Gettysburg GED prep facilities <- here

Berkeley County Adult Learning Center
206 Lutz Avenue, Martinsburg, WV 25404, Phone: 304-263-3897

James Rumsey Technical Institute
3274 Hedgesville Road, Martinsburg, WV 25403, Phone: 304-754-9712

Jefferson Co/ Adult Education
401 South Fairfax Boulevard, Ranson, WV 25438, Phone: 304.725.3011

Waynesboro Area Senior High School GED Program (@ the Library)
550 E Second Street, Waynesboro, PA 17268, Phone: 717-762-1191 x 1297
Waynesboro Area School District is additionally providing a GED alternative, the HiSET. Students can now choose between HiSET (also available on paper) and the computer-based GED test.

Horizon Goodwill
2 North Cameron Street, Winchester, Virginia 22601, Ph: 540-869-0778
GED classes are offered by Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC). For all Winchester-region GED prep sites, <- go to this post.

GED Online Test

Until recently, to take the four GED subtests, there was never an online option. You were required to come, in person, to an official Maryland GED testing facility if you were looking to get ahold of your GED diploma.

Well, fortunately, all of that has now changed with the arrival of a new, online, proctored GED test-taking opportunity. You need to have a reliable Internet connection, and an online proctor will then oversee your activities and check if everything is done in line with the rules and regulations. Go to ‘Introducing the online GED test’ for more information.

Hagerstown Area GED Testing Centers

Hagerstown Community College (Learning Resource Ctr, Rm 322, 3-story bldg closest to the entrance)
11400 Robinwood Drive, Hagerstown, Maryland 21742, Phone: 240-500-2398

Western Maryland Consortium
33 W Washington Street, Hagerstown, Maryland 21740, Phone: 301-791-3076

The following cities by alphabet

Franklin County Career and Technology Center (GED)
2463 Loop Road, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 17202, Phone: 717-263-9033

Franklin County Literacy Council (LIU12, HiSET)
101 East King Street, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 17201, Phone: 717-624-6411

Jefferson County Adult Education (@Washington High School)
300 West Washington Patriots Drive, Charles Town, West Virginia 25414, Phone: 304-885-5110

Frederick Community College (Linganore Hall, Room 204)
7932 Opossumtown Pike, Frederick, Maryland 2170, 301-846-2522

Berkeley County Schools HiSET
206 Lutz Avenue, Martinsburg, West Virginia 25404, 304-263-3897

James Rumsey Tech HiSET
3274 Hedgesville Road, Martinsburg, West Virginia 25403, Phone: 304-754-7925

HCCTC-Fulton County (HiSET)
122 West Market Street, McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania 17233, Phone: 717-485-5131

Waynesboro Area Senior High School (GED or HiSET)
702 East 2nd St, Waynesboro, Pennsylvania 17268, Phone: 717-762-1191

GED Testing Cost in Maryland

In Maryland, the full GED battery costs $144 or $36 per subtest. For first-time testers, however, Maryland subsidizes $21.75 per subtest, so they pay only $14.25 per sub-exam or $57 for the full GED exam. You can take and pay for one of the four GED subtests at a time.

The subsidized rate of $14.25 for first-time GED testers counts for both online and on-site testing. When registering for a GED subtest, first-time testers should use the discount code MDGED2175 at checkout to benefit from this great offer. Maryland will not subsidize retests. To register for the GED exam (one subtest at a time if you wish), you must create an account on the website.

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