In this post, we list all GED prep facilities and testing centers in the Orangeburg region. South Carolina is using the computer-formatted GED exam for high school equivalency testing.
The GED exam can be taken at certified South Carolina testing sites only. There is no online testing option in the state.
The exam is for persons who don’t have a high school diploma and provides them with the opportunity to acquire an equivalent degree.
The GED® contains four modules (separate subtests) in Language, Math, Science, and Social Studies that may be completed one subtest at a time.
Until recently, to sit for the GED test, your personal appearance at an official test center was required since there was no online test option.
In most states, though, that has recently changed with the arrival of the online proctored GED testing option. Two states do NOT provide the online GED test: South Carolina and New York. To learn more, check below at the bottom of this post.
Orangeburg GED Prep Locations
Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College
3250 St. Matthews Rd, Orangeburg, SC 29118, Ph: (803) 535-1321/1214
OCTC also launched the GED-by-23 program. Please call the school for more information.
Orangeburg WIOA program (SNAP to work and Work Keys)
3250 St. Matthews Rd, Orangeburg, SC 29118, Ph: (803) 535-1420
SC Works Orangeburg (Referral)
1804 Joe S Jeffords Hwy, Orangeburg, SC 29115, Ph: (803) 534-3336
Locations Around Orangeburg (Cities By Alphabet)
Allendale Adult Education Program
1843 Main St S, Allendale, SC 29810, Ph: (803) 584-3107
Allendale SC Works
398 Barnwell Hwy, Allendale, SC 29810, Ph: (803) 968-0038
Augusta Tech GED Classes
3200 Augusta Tech Dr, Augusta, GA 30906, Ph: (706) 771-4131
Check out all Augusta possibilities here -> Augusta area GED prep sites
Bamberg Job Corps GED Instruction
19 Job Corps Ave, Bamberg, SC 29003, Ph: (803) 245-5101
Bamberg Adult Education Center
3788 Faust St, Bamberg, SC 29003, Ph: (803) 245-3465
Bamberg-Barnwell Adult Education Ctr
10370 Ellenton St, Barnwell, SC 29812, Ph: (803) 541-6021
Dorchester Co. Career & Technology Center
507 Schoolhouse Rd, Dorchester, SC 29437, Ph: (843) 873-7372
The Challenge Center
4583 Savannah Highway, North, SC 29112, Ph: (803) 247-3433
Lexington Four Adult Education GED Classes
135 Lewis Rast Rd, Swansea, SC 29160, Ph: (803) 399-7979
Jasper Hampton Adult Education-Hampton
63 E Palmetto Ave, Varnville, SC 29944, Ph: (803) 903-1052
Located in the former Varnville Town Hall
Wagener-Salley High School GED Classes
272 Main St S, Wagener, SC 29164, Ph: (803) 663-4920
GED instruction provided by Aiken County Adult Education
Christ Central GED Instruction
159 Church St NE, Wagener, SC 29164, Ph: (803) 564.5902
Are updates required? Should we list a prep facility? Please inform us here on our contact page. Your contributions are appreciated.
To learn if you qualify for the GED program, visit GED Program in South Carolina.
Online GED Testing Introduced
In earlier days, sitting for the GED test was never possible over the internet. Students looking to get hold of their high school equivalency diploma had to appear in person at a state-approved HSE (High School Equivalency) test center. This still applies to South Carolina, where the online GED test is NOT available.
In most states, that has now changed with the arrival of an online GED testing option, but not (yet?) in South Carolina. More information is found here: ‘The online GED test.”
Orangeburg Area GED Testing Sites
Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College (Building C, Room 120)
3250 St. Matthews Rd, Orangeburg, South Carolina 29118, Phone (803) 268-2539/535-1420
Richland One Adult Education
2612 Covenant Rd, Columbia, South Carolina29204, Phone (803) 251-4512/343-2939
Check our Columbia page for more options
Lexington 4 Adult Education
135 Lewis Rast Rd, Swansea, South Carolina 29160, Phone (803) 399-7979
Colleton County GED Testing Center
500 Forest Circle, Walterboro, South Carolina 29488, Phone (843) 782-0018
Colleton County GED Testing Center
609 Colleton Loop, Walterboro, South Carolina 29488, Phone (843) 782-0018
After successfully completing the GED (General Education Development) exam, you will be awarded to High School Equivalency Diploma, a credential that is all over North America recognized and accepted just like a common high school diploma by employers, official institutions, recruiting agencies, and academic institutions.