GED Classes Medford, Oregon

Listed here are all GED® class locations and test sites in the Medford region.

Oregon is using the computer-formatted GED exam for its high school equivalency (HSE) testing program.

The HSE program offers adults without a high school diploma a second chance at earning an equivalent degree.

The GED exam assesses knowledge at a level that compares to that of HS students upon graduation.

There are four GED subtests (or modules) in the subject areas of Science, Math, Literacy, and Social Studies.

You have the freedom to take one (or more) subtests at a time but you need to complete the entire battery within two years.

Online GED testing is NO option. Websites with a different message are fraudulent.

Medford GED prep facilities

OR GED Requirements

Rogue Community College (Riverside Campus Learning Center) *)
117 S Central Avenue, Medford, OR 97501, Phone: 541-245-7701

Jackson County Literacy Council
1175 Royal Avenue, Medford, OR 97504, Phone: 541-531-0166

The Job Council
3815 S Oakdale Avenue, Medford, OR 97501, Phone: 541-842-2548

Goodwill Industries of Southern Oregon
11 W Jackson Street, Medford, OR 97501, Phone: 541-772-3300

Job Council (Rogue Valley YouthBuild)
35 S Bartlett Street, Medford, OR 97501, Phone: 541-842-2548

GED OR free GED practice tests

Locations around Medford (cities by alphabet)

Ashland High School
201 S Mountain Avenue, Ashland, OR 97520, Phone: 541-482-8771

Southwestern Oregon Community College (Curry Campus GED Program)
96082 Lone Ranch Parkway, Brookings, OR 97415, Phone: 541-813-1667

Crescent City Career Center
286 M Street, Suite B, Crescent City, CA 95531, Phone: 707-464-8347
See all Crescent City prep sites here

D9 Learning Center
129 S Platt Street, Eagle Point, OR 97524, Phone: 541-830-6660

Scott River Adult Basic Education
450 Campus Way, Etna, California 96027, Phone: 530-467-5279

Southwestern Oregon Community College GED Instruction 
29392 Ellensburg Avenue, Gold Beach, OR 97444, Phone: 541-247-2741

Josephine County Literacy Council
223 SE M Street, Grants Pass, OR 97526, Phone: 541-956-8573

Rogue Community College (Pathways to College program)
3345 Redwood Highway, K Building, Grants Pass, OR 97527, Phone: 541-956-7253

Josephine Community Library Grants Pass Library 
200 NW C Street, Grants Pass, OR 97526, Phone: 541-476-0571
(LearningExpress online instruction)

Rogue Community College (Illinois Valley Learning Center)
24353 Redwood Highway (Kerby Belt Bldg), Kerby, OR 97531, Phone: 541-592-2103

Klamath Community College
7390 S 6th Street, Klamath Falls, OR 97603, Phone: 541-880-2366

Klamath Community College K-CET (Klamath-Center for Education and Training)
2856 Eberlein Avenue, Klamath Falls, OR 97603, Phone: 541-880-2366
K-CET is a partnership between Klamath Community College and Southern Oregon Goodwill.

Falcon Heights Academy
8205 OR-39, Klamath Falls, OR 97603, Phone: 541-883-6699

Lakeview Adult Learning Center
357 North L Street, Lakeview, OR 97630, Phone: 541-947-4880

COIC (Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council)
103 North G Street, Lakeview, OR 97630, Phone: 541-947-5702 x 104

Warner Creek Correctional Facility GED Program (TVCC)
20654 Rabbit Hill Road, Lakeview, OR 97630, Phone: 541-947-8200
Not open to the public

Armadillo Technical Institute
106 N Rose Street, Phoenix, OR 97535, Phone: 541-535-3287

SWOCC Port Oxford Library  
1421 Oregon Street, Port Orford, OR 97465, Phone: 541-247-2741

Shasta Adult Education HSE Classes  
2200 Eureka Way – Redding – California 96001 – Ph: 530.245.2626
All Redding area programs are listed here: Redding area GED Classes

Umpqua Community College (Adult Basic Skills Development Woolley Center)
1634 W Harvard Boulevard, Roseburg, OR 97470, Phone: 541-440-4603
More Roseburg area prep sites are listed on this page

Rogue Community College (Table Rock Campus Learning Resource Center)
7800 Pacific Avenue, White City, OR 97503, Phone: 541-245-7820

Yreka Adult School
431 Knapp Street, Yreka, CA 96097, Phone: 530-842-7829

Siskiyou County Library Yreka Branch
719 4th Street, Yreka, CA 96097, Phone: 530-841-4175
Siskiyou County Library is offering a program via California Library Literacy Services which is a great resource for adults who want to learn. The program can provide assistance in multiple educational areas, such as becoming proficient in reading, writing, or speaking English. The Library’s service is available to persons age 17 and up and is free.

Yreka Adult School
504 W Lennox Street, Yreka, CA 96097, Phone: 530-842-1659

Yreka Education Center HSE Classes
1306 Yellowhammer Road, Yreka, CA 96097, Phone: 530-842-1659

Free OR GED online prep course

In case a GED prep facility is not listed, or if you have some adjustments, feel free to contact us here.

Medford area GED testing centers

Rogue Community College-Medford
202 S Riverside Avenue, Medford, OR 97501, Phone: 541-245-7695

Southwestern Oregon Community College (Stensland Hall Testing Center)
1988 Newmark Avenue, Coos Bay, Oregon 97420, Ph: 541-888-7405

College of the Redwoods-Del Norte GED Testing Center
883 W Washington Boulevard, Crescent City, CA 95531, Phone: 707-465-2300

Rogue Community College-Grants Pass
3345 Redwood Highway, Grants Pass, OR 97527, Phone: 541-956-7100

Three Rivers/Josephine County School District
8550 New Hope Road, Grants Pass, OR 97527, Phone: 541-862-3111 x 5263

Klamath Adult Learning Center
2856 Eberlein Avenue, Klamath Falls, OR 97603, Phone: 541-883-4719

50 very successful persons who have a GED

For who is the GED?

The GED (General Education Development) program is developed to help adults who never completed high school in acquiring a credential that compares to a high school diploma. The GED diploma is all over America recognized as equivalent to a high school diploma and accepted as such by practically all U.S. governmental bodies, employers, and colleges. To see if you qualify, go to Oregon GED Testing.

Check out also this page that links to all available GED programs in the US. The GED passing score was lowered to 145 two years after the new version was launched across the nation. You can read all the details in this GED Scoring News article.

Is the GED available online?

No, you cannot take the GED exam online. You need to go to a state-approved official GED testing site and take the four GED tests in person. Please be aware of scam internet sites that try to sell you their so-called ‘ GED diplomas.’ These con artists only want to steal your money and their documents are worthless. Studying for your GED credential over the internet is a great option, but the GED exam is just not available online.

GED – what’s new

The GED exam includes four tests and is computer-based. Passing the GED (General Educational Development) exam gives applicants a document that is equivalent to a high school diploma, and earning the GED diploma allows students to be eligible for a wide range of financial support programs.

The GED exam is really a challenge, not only for those who quit high school prematurely but also for workers who earlier had jobs in secure areas. Now that their jobs are wiped out because of the recession or changes our economy went through, they now need to apply for jobs that call for a secondary degree.

One GED test at a time

The GED exam has four separate tests and students can take one test whenever they feel ready within a 2-year time window. However, they also can take all four computer-based tests at once if they can find a test center that can handle that. More than 95 percent of all employers hire GED graduates just as they employ high school graduates with regard to earnings and job advancement opportunities.

The four GED tests

The GED program enables you to earn your high school equivalency diploma if you pass the four tests on the academic subject fields of Literacy, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics. Preparation is crucial, so contact one of the sites listed above, check out your local bookstore or library for written study material, or take a free online preparation course like the one available through this website.

Higher education

Once you have obtained your GED exam you can continue your education at a college, university, or trade school. Here are some Medford area schools of higher education:

Southern Oregon University Medford Campus (101 S Bartlett St, Medford, OR 97501, 541-552-8100)
Abdill Career College (843 E Main St, Medford, OR 97504, 541-779-8384)
Rogue Community College (1600 N Riverside Ave # 1094, Medford, OR 97501, 541-779-6208)
Rogue Community College (117 S Central Ave, Medford, OR 97501, 541-245-7500)
Phagans Medford Beauty School (2320 Poplar Dr, Medford, OR 97504, 541-772-61550)
ONLC Training Ctr-Computer Training School (10 Crater Lake Ave #16, Medford, OR 97504, 800-288-82210
Northwest Photographic Institution (221 N Central Ave # 409, Medford, OR 97501, 541-857-9508)
Real Estate & Insurance School (1133 S Riverside Ave # 8, Medford, OR 97501, 541-772-1171)
Rogue Community College (3345 Redwood Hwy, Grants Pass, OR 97527, 541-245-7574)

*) Rogue Community College

Rogue Community College (RCC) is offering GED preparation classes at all three of its Learning Centers (Riverside Campus – Medford; Table Rock Campus – White City; and Redwood Campus – Grants Pass). Applicants in the Illinois Valley have the chance to become prepared for the GED exam at the Kerby Learning Center.

RCC provides ABE (Adult Basic Education) and GED prep classes to persons who don’t have a secondary credential and are no less than 16 years of age. Those applicants who are 16 or 17 years old, must submit a ‘Referral for Instruction’ from their last attended school before they can start classes at Rogue. In doubt, contact the school for advice.

The school’s GED preparation program costs $65 per term and is available at the school’s learning centers. New applicants must first attend a registration/orientation session and also take a test to see what their level is, so they can be placed properly.

If you want to come to one of these orientation meetings, you can contact your nearest RCC learning center.

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