This is an overview of all available GED classes and testing facilities in the Holbrook region. Arizona uses the computer-formatted GED exam for High School Equivalency testing.
The GED exam can now be taken online as well. You need to score “green” on the GED Ready® practice test to qualify for online proctored GED® testing. You can read more below.
The test offers individuals who did not finish high school another option to obtain an equivalent diploma.
There are four separate GED subtests in math, literacy, science, and social studies that can be completed separately.
You need to take the tests (one at a time if you wish) at an official GED testing site or online, and passing the state’s Civics Test is also required.
Holbrook GED Prep Classes
Northland Pioneer College Skills Center
2251 E Navajo Blvd, Holbrook, AZ 86025, Ph: 928-524-7311
Students that pass the GED exam at NPC may qualify for a 6-credit hour scholarship worth over $400!
Good Shepherd Center (Catholic Charities)
120 E Florida St, Holbrook, AZ 86025, Ph: 928-524-9720
To check what you know, take a free GED Practice Test.
Locations Around Holbrook (Cities By Alphabet)
Navajo Technical University GED Instruction
East Navajo Route 7, Chinle, Arizona 86503, Ph: 505.786.4162/4365
Dine’ College – Chinle Center
Highway 191 (Hospital Road), Chinle, AZ 86503, Ph: 928-724-6736 or 505-368-3563
Apache County Workforce Partnership (Referral)
74 N Main St, Suite 5-7, Eagar, AZ 85925, Ph: 928-333-4454
Coconino Community Coll. Flagstaff
3000 North Fourth St, Flagstaff, Arizona 86004, Ph: 928.526.7600
To see more Flagstaff area classes, check Flagstaff GED Programs
Northland Pioneer College-Kayenta Center
On Highway 163, 1/4 mile north of highway junction 160/163, Ph: 928-697-8333
Located behind the Kayenta Township Office, adjacent to the US Post Office
Northland Pioneer College-Hopi Center
First Mesa Highway 264, Milepost 397, Keams Canyon, AZ 86034, Ph: 928-738-2265
Adjacent to Hopi Jr./Sr. High School
Northland Pioneer College-Show Low
1001 W Deuce of Clubs, Show Low, AZ 85901, Ph: 928-532-6111
Northland Pioneer College-Snowflake
1611 S Main St, Snowflake, AZ 85937, Ph: 928-536-6211
Northland Pioneer College-Springerville-Eagar Center
940 E. Maricopa St, Springerville, AZ 85938, Ph: 928-333-2498
Northland Pioneer College-St. John Center
65 S 3rd W, St. Johns, AZ 85936, Ph: 928-337-4768
Dine College (“The Higher Education Institution of the Navajo Nation since 1968”)
Dine College Circle Dr, Tsaile, AZ 86556, Ph: 928-724-6736 or 505-368-3563
Northland Pioneer College-Whiteriver Center
720 S Chief Ave, Whiteriver, AZ 85941, Ph: 928-338-5185
White Mountain Apache Tribe Adult Education (Vocational Skills Center)
111 W Fatco Rd, Whiteriver, AZ 85941, Ph: 928-338-5113
The Vocational Skills Center is located behind the KNNB radio station
Northland Pioneer College-Winslow
1400 E Third St, Winslow, AZ 86047, Ph: 928-289-6511
Any updates needed? Should a prep site be added? Please inform us here on this contact page. Thank you.
Holbrook Area GED Test Centers
Northland Pioneer College
2251 N Navajo Blvd – Holbrook – AZ 86025 – Ph: 928-532-6142
Gila County Adult Education
1100 N Beeline Hwy – Suite G – Payson – AZ 85541 – Ph: 928-472-5398
Northland Pioneer College
1001 W Deuce of Clubs – Show Low – AZ 85901 – Ph: 928-532-6142
Visit also: Gallup Area GED Programs
GED Test Is Now Also Online
The GED exam is now available over the internet as well for qualifying test-takers. In the past, students had to show up personally at one of Arizona’s state-designated GED test centers if they were looking to earn their Arizona GED diploma, but now, that has all changed.
The GED test is now available online as well. An online proctor will help you during the process. You can read more here -> introducing the online proctored GED test.
A Better Future
The credential that you will receive upon completing the Arizona GED (General Education Development) exam successfully is accepted nationwide as equivalent to a high school diploma by practically all government institutions, universities, and employers. Holding the GED diploma will definitely lead to far better employment opportunities.
Four GED Tests
The four tests of the GED exam include the subject fields of Literacy, Math, Science, and Social Studies. The GED exam assesses knowledge and skills at the level of graduating high school seniors. You are not required to take all four tests at one time. You are free to choose how many tests you take at a time, and you only pay for what you take.
GED Passing Score
The minimum score per test is 145 on a scale of 100-200 on each subtest. The four modules measure knowledge in comparison to what graduating high school seniors are supposed to know. Passing score: 145-164; college-ready score: 165-174; college-ready plus credit score: 175-200.