GED Classes Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

On this page, you can discover all GED® prep locations and testing facilities in the Myrtle Beach area. South Carolina uses the GED test for high school equivalency (HSE) testing.

GED testing is possible in an online format and at state-certified test centers.

The HSE program is for adults who left high school without a diploma and gives them the chance to earn an equivalent degree.

The GED has four independent modules (subtests) in Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.

You can take the GED modules one at a time. You don’t need to complete the GED battery in one take.

Until recently, GED testing was never offered over the internet but the launch of an online GED testing option has changed that. Read more below.

Myrtle Beach GED prep sites

Horry County Schools Adult & Community Education
900 Dunbar St – Myrtle Beach – SC 29577 – Phone: (843) 916.4900

Myrtle Beach Adult Education (HGTC Campus)
950 Crabtree Ln – Myrtle Beach – SC 29577 – Phone: (843) 839.5400

Myrtle Beach Learning Center
3101 N Oak St – Myrtle Beach – SC 29577 – Phone: (843) 488.6200

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Horry County Literacy Council HSE Program
3101 N Oak St – Myrtle Beach – SC 29577 – Phone: (843) 839.1695

Myrtle Beach Family Learning Center
770 Swallow Ave (at HGTC Grand Strand – Bldg 100) – Myrtle Beach – SC 29577 – Phone: (843) 488.6200
Limited services are also offered in Finklea, Carolina Forest, North Myrtle Beach, and Little River/Longs.

Locations around Myrtle Beach (cities by alphabet)

Waccamaw Family Resource Center
5901 Waccamaw School Rd NW – Ash – NC 28420 – Phone: (910) 287.6155

Horry County Adult Education
1620 Sherwood Dr – Conway – SC 29526 – Phone: (843) 488.6200

J. Reuben Long Detention Center HSE Program
4150 J Reuben Long Ave – Conway – SC 29526 – Phone: (843) 915.5140
Not publicly available

Columbus Career and College Academy
685 Academy St – Fair Bluff – NC 28439 – Phone: (910) 642.7141 (x 432)

Howard Adult Education 
500 S Kaminski St – Georgetown – SC 29440 – Phone: (843) 546.0219

Chavis One-Stop Center
2811 S Hwy 41/51 S – Hemingway – SC 29554 – Phone: (843) 558.4145

Williamsburg County Adult Education Ctr-Hemingway
2811 SC Hwy 41/51 S – Hemingway – SC 29554 – Phone: (843) 355.6887

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Loris Adult Education 
4350 Spring St – Loris – SC 29569 – Phone: (843) 756.8747

Shallotte Career Center HSE Program
5300 Main St – Shallotte – NC 28470 – Phone: (910) 754.6120

Tabor City Public Library
101 E 5th St – Tabor City – NC 28463 – Phone: (910) 269.7888

Cape Fear Comm. Coll.
411 N Front St – Wilmington – NC 28401 – Phone: (910) 362.7179
Check out all prep sites in and around Wilmington here

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Myrtle Beach area GED testing sites

Myrtle Beach Family Learning Center (Building #600)
950 Crabtree Lane | Myrtle Beach | SC 29577 | Ph (843) 839-5400

Conway Education Center
1620 Sherwood Drive | Conway | SC 29526 | Ph (843) 488-6200

Howard Adult Education
500 S Kaminski Street | Georgetown | SC 29440 | Ph (843) 546-0219

Williamsburg County Hemingway GED Test Site
2811 SC Highway 41/51 S | Hemingway | SC 29554 | Ph (843) 558-0697

Williamsburg County GED Test Site Kingstree
500 N Academy Street | Kingstree | SC 29556 | Ph (843) 355-6887

Your future

The diploma that you receive upon successful completion of the GED exam, is nationwide accepted as the equivalent of a standard high school degree by official institutions, recruiting agencies, employers, and schools. This website also offers help in the form of great and totally free online video lessons and practice tests.

For qualification requirements check out this page: South Carolina GED Testing Requirements.

GED vs. high school diploma

On each of the four subtests, you need to attain at least a 145 score. The tests are measured on a 100-200 scale and there is no averaging! You have the option to take one or more GED subtests whenever you feel ready, and you only pay for the section(s) you register for.

Introducing an online GED testing option

In earlier days, taking the GED exam via the internet was never an option. If you wanted to earn your HSE (high school equivalency) degree, your personal appearance at one of South Carolina’s state-designated HSE testing centers was required.

Now, however, we saw the launch of the online proctored GED test, so that has changed. If you want to learn more, go to ‘Introducing the online proctored GED exam’.

Last Updated on January 20, 2021.

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