GED Classes Melbourne, Florida

In this article, you can find all GED® prep classes and testing sites in the Melbourne area.

The state of Florida used the GED test for its high school equivalency (HSE) testing program.

The HSE test offers persons who never graduated high school the opportunity to obtain an equivalent degree.

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Sometimes just a few points decide if you pass or fail the GED test.

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The GED exam comes with four separate subtests in these fields: literacy, math, science, and social studies.

Test takers can take one subtest at a time and scores count for two years from the first registration.

GED testing over the internet is NOT possible. You must come to a state-designated testing site in person!

GED prep sites in Melbourne

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Eastern Florida State College
3865 N Wickham Rd, Melbourne, FL 32935, 321-632-1111

Palm Bay Magnet High School
101 Pirate Ln, Melbourne, FL 32901, 321-953-5900

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Everest University GED Advantage Program
2401 N Harbor City Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32935, 888-223-8556

Melbourne South Area Adult Education Ctr
1362 S Babcock St, Melbourne, FL 32901, 321-952-5977

Brevard County Adult Education
2700 Judge F Jamieson Way, Melbourne, FL 32940, 321-633-1000 x 375

Dr. Larman’s Tutoring Company
3150 N Wickham Rd, Ste 2, Melbourne, FL 32935, 321-259-1113

Paxen Learning Center Melbourne
710 Atlantis Rd, Melbourne, FL  32904, 321-724-1033 x 43

Brevard Family Partnership Fast Track GED Program
2301 W Eau Gallie Blvd, Ste 104 Melbourne, FL 32935, 321-752-4650 ext. 3062

Macedonia Baptist Church (Links of Hope)
2729 Lipscomb St, Melbourne, FL 32901, 321-690-0080

Prince of Peace Anglican Church (Links of Hope)
6895 Murrell Rd, Melbourne, FL 32940, 321-690-0080

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Locations around Melbourne (cities by alphabet)

Eastern Florida State College-Cocoa Campus 
1519 Clearlake Rd, Cocoa, FL 32922, Phone: 321-632-1111

Space Coast YouthBuild program (EFSC) *)
1519 Clearlake Rd (Building 14 – Room 196), Cocoa, FL 32922, 321-433-7631

Brevard Adult and Community Education
1225 Clearlake Rd, Cocoa, FL 32926, 321-633-3660 x 2

Literacy for Adults in Brevard
219 N Indian River Dr, Cocoa, FL 32922, 321-301-4496

Community Connections Brevard County-Eckerd Connects Paxen
285 N Lake View Blvd, Suite B, Cocoa, FL 32926, 321-735-4931

Volusia County Literacy Council GED Instruction
826 White St, Daytona Beach, Florida 32117, 386.255.8723
Find all Dayton Beach area classes here: Daytona Beach GED Classes

Tepeyac Center Fellsmere (IRSC)
11 N Willow St, Fellsmere, FL 32948, 772.226.2560

Adult Learning Center Osceola
2320 New Beginnings Road, Kissimmee, Florida 34744, 407.518.8140
Check out all Kissimmee prep facilities on this page

Lighthouse Christian Church (Links of Hope)
1250 N Banana River Dr, Merritt Island, FL 32952, 321-690-0080

Career Center Palm Bay
5275 Babcock St NE, Suite 8B, Palm Bay, FL 32905, 321-504-7600

Palm Bay High
1 Pirate Ln, Palm Bay, FL 32901, 321-952-5914

Eastern Florida State College-Palm Bay
250 Community College Pkwy. Palm Bay, FL 32909, Phone: 321-632-1111

Career Center of St. Lucie County
584 NW University Blvd (Suite 300), Port St. Lucie, Florida 34986, 772-335-3030
For all PSL area locations check out: Port Saint Lucie GED Courses

Rockledge Central Area Adult Education (Brevard County School District)
1535 N Cogswell St, Rockledge, FL 32955, Phone: 321-633-3575

Sebastian River High 
9001 90th Ave, Sebastian, FL 32958, 772-564 – 4970

Eastern Florida State College-Titusville
1311 N. U.S. 1 Titusville, FL 32796, Phone: 321-632-1111

North Area Adult Education (Brevard County School District)
800 Lane Avenue – Titusville, FL 32780, Phone 321-264 – 3088

Career Center Titusville
3880 S Washington Avenue, Ste 214, Titusville, FL 32780, Phone: 321-504 – 7600

St. Gabriel’s Episcopal (Links of Hope)
414 Pine Street, Titusville, FL 32796, 321-690-0080

Technical Center for Career & Adult Education
1426 19th St, Vero Beach, FL 32960, 772-564-5009
For all Vero Beach prep facilities click here

West Melbourne Job Connection Center (Goodwill Industries of Central Florida)
2245 Coastal Lane, West Melbourne, FL 32904, 321-890-1676

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Melbourne area GED testing centers

Palm Bay High School
101 Pirate Ln, Melbourne, FL 32901, 321-953-5900

Indian River State College
3209 Virginia Ave, Fort Pierce, FL 34981, 772-462-7401

Okeechobee County School Board
700 SW 2nd Ave, Okeechobee, FL 34974, 863-462-5000

Indian River County School Board
1426 19th St, Vero Beach, FL 32960, 772-564-5001

Brevard County School Board
2700 Judge F Jamieson Way, Viera, FL 32940, 321-633-1000

Florida Free GED Online Classes

Who is the GED exam for?

The computer-formatted GED (General Education Development) exam is especially for adults who did not finish high school and gives them a second chance to acquire a comparable diploma. The credential that you will receive upon passing the Florida GED test is in the United States regarded as equivalent to a high school diploma by government bodies, employers, colleges, and universities.

The new exam

A  few years back, the GED test went through serious adjustments. The changes were the most drastic since the inception of the test some 70 years ago and were very impressive. Persons who want to sit for the exam these days must make sure they become perfectly prepared. The options are great nowadays. Attend classes listed here or sign up for an online GED course, get books from your local library or bookstore and prepare by yourself, possibilities enough!

Get a better life

A lot of changes can be surprising, sometimes even disorienting at first. Nevertheless, all the changes the GED have been through have come for the better. There are 4.2 million unfilled jobs that for the larger part require a high school education and the GED is again appealing to employers. Take your chance and go for your GED certificate. It will be the first step on the road to a better future.

Take also a look at these free GED practice tests and also at this page that includes links to all available GED programs and prep facilities in America.

*) EFSC YouthBuild

Eastern Florida State College is accepting applicants for the school’s Space Coast YouthBuild program that is available at no cost. The program is developed to helps young adults who quit high school prematurely and don’t have a diploma, to earn a GED diploma. This credential will allow them to get a decent job or go on with their education at college or university.

The program is funded by the federal government and offers adults aged 16 to 24 the chance to learn for and secure their GED diploma while they are getting paid as well. The school’s teachers are specially instructed to mentor these students and to support them in developing life-skills and leadership competencies.

Applicants are required to attend class at Eastern Florida’s Cocoa campus while also be working for Habitat for Humanity. On the school’s campus, they will be preparing for their GED diploma, under the strict guidance of their instructors, in small classes.

On the workplace of Habitat for Humanity, they will be building homes for qualifying local families. Here they must develop skills as punctuality, be co-operative, accept directions, and develop and show initiatives. Habitat for Humanity supervisors provides supervision and training in construction. Applicants will earn at least the minimum wage for up to 15 hours per week for work at the construction site.

Over the years, around 120,000 YouthBuild participating students have been producing over 22,000 affordable, and increasingly greenhouses in urban and rural communities throughout the nation.

On a local level, YouthBuild participants are selected via a procedure that includes interviews and engagement in a three-week orientation (unpaid) where their commitment is assessed.

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