In this post, you can learn all about GED® prep facilities and testing sites in the Kenosha area. The state of Wisconsin uses the computer-based GED test for HSE (high school equivalency) testing.
The four GED tests are given online and at certified Wisconsin test centers.
The GED is for individuals without a high school diploma. This way they can secure a credential that’s equivalent to a regular HS diploma.
The GED comes with four independent subtests that can be taken (and paid for) separately. No need to take the four tests all at once.
These subtests, or modules, cover the academic fields of Science, Literacy, Social Studies, and Math.
The GED test was, until recently, not offered online. You were required to show up at one of Wisconsin’s official test centers in person.
That has now changed with the launch of the online proctored GED testing option. To learn more, check the information at the bottom of this post.
In Wisconsin, GED applicants also are required to need to pass a 100-question Civics Exam.
Kenosha GED prep sites
Kenosha Literacy Council
2419 63rd Street, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53143, Phone: (262) 654.7323
Gateway Tech (Kenosha Campus Adult Learning Center)
3520 30th Avenue (Rm 111), Kenosha, WI 53144, Ph: (262) 564.2006
Grace Lutheran Church (ELCA Outreach Center)
2006 60th Street, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140, Phone: (262) 654.9143
ELCA Urban Outreach Center
6218 26th Avenue, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53143, Phone: (262) 652.5545
ELCA Outreach Center offers free GED instruction to help residents enhance their knowledge and basic skills that are needed to take the GED exam successfully.
Classes will last about 10 weeks and deal with subjects of the four GED tests: math, science, social studies & literacy.
ELCA Outreach Center (GED in Spanish)
2006 60th Street, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140, Phone: (262) 652.5545
Kenosha County Job Center
8600 Sheridan Road, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53143, Phone: (262) 697.4582
Spanish Center of Kenosha, Racine, and Walworth
1330 52nd Street, 2nd Fl, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140, Phone: (262) 657.2160
Lord of Life Lutheran Church
5601 Washington Road, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53144, Phone: (262) 656.1995
Facilities around Kenosha (cities by alphabet)
Burlington Ad. Education Ctr.
496 McCanna Pkwy, Rm 123, Burlington, Wisconsin 53105 – Ph: (262) 767-5360
400 County Road H, Elkhorn, WI 53121, Ph: (262) 741.8538
All Elkhorn options are listed here
College of Lake County
19351 West Washington St, Grayslake, Illinois 60030 – Ph: (847) 543-2021
Huntington Learning Center Grayslake
1832 East Belvidere Rd, Grayslake, Illinois 60030 – Phone: (847) 625.4000
Lake County YWCA
1425 Tri-State Pkwy, Ste 180, Gurnee, Illinois 60031 – Ph: (847) 662.4247
Computer Systems Inst.
5330 Grand Ave, Gurnee, Illinois 60031, Phone: (847) 263.4258
YMCA Camp Duncan GED Program
32405 North Hwy 12, Ingleside, Illinois 60041 – Ph: (847) 546-8086
YMCA Hastings Lake
1995 Grass Lake Rd, Lindenhurst, Illinois 60046, Phone: (847) 356-4006
OIC (Opportunities Industrialization Center)
1020 Washington Ave, Racine, Wisconsin 53403, Phone: (262) 636.3818
All Racine area GED prep sites are listed here
College of Lake Co. Adult Education
1 North Genesee St, Second Floor, Waukegan, Illinois 60085, Phone: (847) 543.2866
Check out all Waukegan options here
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For more detailed information about the GED program (for example the best prep options, qualification requirements, scoring system, where and how to register for the test, the four testing fields, and a lot more), go to GED testing in Wisconsin.
Kenosha area GED testing centers
Gateway Technical College-Kenosha (Academic Building, Room A128)
3520 30th Avenue | Kenosha | Wisconsin 53144 | 414.564.2532
Gateway Tech-Elkhorn GED Test Center
400 County Road H | Elkhorn | Wisconsin 53121 | 262.741.8430
College of Lake County-Grayslake (Test Center, Room B150)
19351 W Washington Street | Grayslake | Illinois 60030 | 847.543.2076
Milwaukee Area Tech GED Test Center
700 W State Street | Milwaukee | Wisconsin 53233 | 414.297.6233
Check here for all Milwaukee area GED Test Centers
MATC-Oak Creek GED Testing Center
6665 S Howell Avenue | Oak Creek | Wisconsin 53154 | 414.571.4711
1001 Main Street | Racine | Wisconsin 53403 | 262.619.6474
College of Lake County-Lakeshore Campus (Room N203)
33 North Genesee Street | Waukegan | Illinois 60085 | 847.543.2121
The GED diploma will definitely result in better career options and is your ticket to schools of higher education. Practically all North American employers and institutions of higher learning accept the GED in lieu of a high school diploma.
People with a high school or GED diploma will, on average, make some $9500 more annually than those who don’t have the credential. The GED passing score on each of the four tests is 145. Averaging is not possible so your minimally required overall result is 580 points.
The credential that you will be awarded when you’ve successfully completed the Wisconsin GED exam is across the country recognized and accepted in the same way as a conventional high school diploma by state and federal government agencies, schools, and employers.
Welcoming an online GED test-taking option
In earlier days, taking the GED test online was not an option. Students looking to acquire their GED credentials were required to appear personally at a state-approved Wisconsin GED test facility.
This practice has now come to an end, however, with the introduction of a new online proctored GED testing option. Students that qualify for online GED testing will have an online proctor monitoring their testing activities to guarantee that all occurs according to strict regulations. If you want to learn more about this development, visit Welcoming an online GED test-taking option.
Last Updated on January 21, 2021.