This article contains a complete list of GED and HiSET prep facilities and testing sites in the Leominster area. Massachusetts offers two options for high school equivalency testing, the GED and the HiSET.
Both exams are available in an online format and at certified testing sites.
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The assessments give people who did not complete high school the chance to earn an equivalent degree.
Testing happens at a level that is comparable to what HS seniors must command upon graduation.
The GED® exam has four separate subtests (modules) in Math, Literacy, Social Studies, and Science.
You have the option to sit for one of the GED modules at a time. No need to deal with the entire GED battery in one take.
The HiSET® has separate reading and writing subtests, so five in total, that may also be dealt with individually.
HiSET testing can be done on paper and on a computer, whereas the GED exam is offered exclusively computer-formatted.
Online GED or HiSET testing was, until recently, no option. Recent developments, however, have changed that, and we’ve seen the introduction of both an online HiSET option and a GED online testing option. Learn more below.
Leominster GED Prep Sites
Mount Wachusett Comm. College-Leominster Adult Education and Training Center
110 Erdman Way – Leominster – MA 01453 – Ph: (978) 630.9831
MWCC’s Adult Education Center is headquartered at the school’s Leominster campus next to the MassHire North Central Career Center.
Spanish American Center Inc.
112 Spruce Street – Leominster – MA 01453 – Ph: (978) 534-3145
NOT a GED program. SAC offers ESL (English As A Second Language) classes and other programs to support Leominster residents.
Prep Sites Around Leominster (Cities By Alphabet)
Clinton Adult Education HiSET Classes
150 School Street – Clinton – MA 01510 – Ph: (978) 365-4226
Devens Adult Education (MWCC Devens Campus)
1 Jackson Place – Rm 205 – Devens – MA 01432 – Ph: (978) 772-0405 or (978) 630-9831
Shriver Job Corps Center
270 Jackson Road – Devens – MA 01434 – Ph: (978) 784-2600
My-Turn GED Classes
14 Summer Street – Fitchburg – MA 01420 – Ph: (978) 345-1092/1093
Literacy Volunteers of the Montachusett Area
610 Main Street – Fitchburg – MA 01420 – Ph: (978) 343-8184
Located in the Fitchburg Public Library. Individualized and confidential tutoring in basic literacy and English for speakers of other languages.
Mount Wachusett Comm. Coll. GED Instruction
444 Green Street – Gardner – MA 01440 – Ph: (978) 630-9831/9363
Abisi Adult Education Center GED Classes
408 Merrimack St – Lowell – MA 01854 – Ph: (978) 937.8989
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New Ipswich Adult Education (@Mascenic High)
175 Turnpike Rd – New Ipswich – NH 03071 – Ph: (603) 878.4603
Go to GED in Massachusetts for qualification details.Massachusetts Free GED Online Classes
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The Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education announced that the state will cover the GED and HiSET testing fees. Check here for more details and to learn about promo codes.
Leominster Area GED Testing Centers
From Leominster, Cities in Alphabetical Order
Mount Wachusett Community College-Leominster (Room 109, HiSET)
100 Erdman Way, Leominster, Massachusetts 01453, Phone 978-534-1563
Clinton Adult Education GED or HiSET Testing
150 School St, Clinton, Massachusetts 01510, Ph 978.365.4226
Mount Wachusett Community College (GED and HiSET)
27 Jackson Rd, Devens, Massachusetts 01432, Ph 978.630.9574
Mount Wachusett Community College-Gardner (Admin. Bldg, Room W-13, GED or HiSET)
444 Green Street, Gardner, Massachusetts 01440, Phone 978-630-9173
Quinsigamond Comm College GED and HiSET Testing
25 Federal St, Worcester, Massachusetts 01608, Ph 508.854.7529
Worcester Adult Ed. GED or HiSET Testing
24 Chatham St, Worcester, Massachusetts 01609, Ph 508-799-3658/3090
Introducing Online HiSET And GED Testing
Until recently, you could not deal with the GED and HiSET exams online. Testing needed to be done at state-designated Massachusetts testing centers. This has all changed as we recently saw the introduction of the HiSET-At-Home online testing option, and also the GED test was introduced in an online format.
Learn more about the new ‘HiSET-Exam-At-Home’ online testing option here: ‘The online HiSET exam,’ and for more detailed information about the new online GED testing option, check out this page: ‘The online GED test.’
Adults can earn a High School Equivalency (HSE) diploma, which qualifies them for admission to higher educational institutions, and the credential will surely lead to enhanced employment options. If you’re considering going the GED or HiSET track, make sure you’ll get as prepared as you can.
The tests are pretty rigorous, and well-prepared candidates have much higher pass rates. A few years ago, Massachusetts opted for the HiSET to replace the GED but decided to re-introduce the GED as well.
In Massachusetts, students looking to earn their GED or HiSET diplomas need to be at least sixteen years old and have a current picture ID. Students 16 & 17 years old, however, must also have written parental consent as well as a withdrawal letter from their last attended high school stating they were officially withdrawn from school.
So 16 and 17 years olds cannot schedule a GED or HiSET subtest until their official “Letters of Withdrawal” from their last schools have been approved by Massachusetts’ High School Equivalency Office. Letters of Withdrawal must be on official school paper with letterhead, including the school’s address and a reference phone number.
These letters must come from the Headmaster/Principal, include the last date the students attended classes and their withdrawal dates, and are required to be signed by the Headmaster/Principal or the school’s Head of Guidance.
Underage applicants must submit these Withdrawal Letters, including their names, phone numbers, and email addresses, to Massachusett’s High School Equivalency Office by email (ask your school for a current email address) or by regular mail to:
Massachusetts DESEHSE Office
75 Pleasant Street, 3rd Floor
Maiden, MA 02148
Once underage students are approved, they will receive an email (from GED Testing Service) notifying them they can schedule their GED exam.