GED Classes Plattsburgh, New York

Last Updated on April 10, 2024.

Listed here are all GED prep class locations and testing facilities in the Plattsburgh area. New York State is using the GED exam for high school equivalency testing.

The exam is for adults who never completed high school and provides the chance to earn an equivalent degree.

The GED® (General Education Development) exam measures academic proficiency at a level similar to that of HS students upon graduation.

New York was using the TASC exam for this purpose in the years 2014-2021, but that program was not continued. Earlier TASC passing scores are also good for the GED exam!

The GED exam is fully computerized and includes four modular subtests in

  • Math
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • English Language Literacy (reading and writing combined)

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In New York, GED testing is offered at no charge but only to state residents. The exam can be taken only at one of the state’s official test centers. The online GED exam is not offered in New York State.

The four independent GED modules (subtests) can be completed one at a time if wished and in any desired order.

Visit “The New York GED Test” to learn about New York State GED eligibility criteria, the GED scoring system, and more.

Plattsburgh GED Prep Classes

CV-TEC Plattsburgh Campus
1585 Military Turnpike – Plattsburgh – NY 12901 – Phone: (518) 561.0430 x 3088

Plattsburg OneWorkSource Center
94 US Oval – Plattsburgh – NY 12903 – Phone: (518) 561.0430 x 3088
High school equivalency classes are also offered at these outreach locations:

  • Keeseville United Methodist Church
  • Champlain Library
  • North Country Community College-Ticonderoga
  • Ellenburg Depot Fire Station

Literacy Volunteers of Clinton County (SUNY)
101 Broad Street (Room 025 Hawkins Hall) – Plattsburgh – NY 12901 – Phone: (518) 564.5332

Clinton Community College
136 Clinton Point Drive – Plattsburgh – NY 12901 – Phone: (518) 562.4200
CCC partnered with Plattsburgh One Work Source Center to support applicants who don’t hold a high school diploma to access higher education at the college. One Work Source Center hosts the College Connection program that helps applicants to earn a GED. While they prepare for the GED test, they learn all about transferring from the College Connection program to Clinton Community College. To learn more about the College Connection program, call (518) 563.0430 ext. 3088.

Clinton County Jail GED Program
25 McCarthy Drive – Plattsburgh – NY 12901 – Phone: (518) 563.4158
Not open to the public

Locations around Plattsburgh (Cities by Alphabet)

ReSource YouthBuild
266 Pine Street – Burlington – VT 05401 – Phone: (802) 658.4143 or (802) 857.4354
All Burlington GED prep sites <- are listed here

Champlain Memorial Libary (CV-TEC)
148 Elm Street – Champlain – NY 12919 – Phone: (518) 561.0430 ext. 3088

Chateaugay Correctional Facility GED Program
7874 State Route 11 – Chateaugay – NY 12920 – Phone: (518) 497.3300
No public availability

One Work Source RYTE Program
7572 Court Street – Elizabethtown – NY 12932 – Phone: (518) 873-2341/3207
NOT a GED program, but the RYTE (Regional Youth Training and Education) Program supports young adults who are faced with barriers to education and/or employment by building the skills required to pursue further education and develop careers.

Ellenburg Depot Fire Station (CV-TEC)
5035 US-11 – Ellenburg Depot – NY 12935 – Phone: (518) 561.0430 ext. 3088

Keeseville United Methodist Church (CV-TEC)
1699 Front Street – Keeseville – NY 12944 – Phone: (518) 561.0430 ext. 3088

North Franklin Learning Center (F-E-H BOCES)
23 Husky Lane – Malone – NY 12953 – Phone: (518) 483.6420/5230

Literacy Volunteers of Essex-Franklin Counties
24 4th Street – Suite 5 – Malone | NY 12953 – Phone: (518) 483.9366

North Country Community College
75 William Street – Malone – NY 12953 – Phone: (888) 879.6222

Malone OneWorksource Center (referral and advice only)
158 Finney Boulevard – Malone – NY  12953 – Phone: (518) 481.5755

Champlain Valley Adult Education
3092 Plank Road – Mineville – NY 12956 – Phone: (518) 942.6691

Literacy Volunteers of Essex-Franklin Counties
3265 Broad Street – Port Henry – NY 12974 – Phone: (518) 546.3008

Essex-Franklin Counties Literacy Volunteers
193 River Street – Saranac Lake – NY 12983 – Phone: (518) 891-5567

Adirondack Education Center (Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES)
711 NYS Route 3 – Saranac Lake – NY 12983 – Phone: (518) 891.1330

North Country Comm. Coll. (SUNY High School Equivalency)
23 Santanoni Avenue – Saranac Lake – NY 12983 – Phone: (518) 891.2915

Franklin-Grand Isle Counties Adult Learning Center
5 Lemnah Drive – Saint Albans City – VT 05478 – Phone: (802) 524.9233

North Country Community College
11 Hawkeye Trail – Ticonderoga – NY 12883 – Phone: (518) 561.0430 x 3088

GED Testing Centers in the Plattsburgh Area

Cities by alphabet

Central Vermont Barre Education Center GED Testing
46 Washington St | Suite 100 | Barre | VT 05641 | Phone 802.476.4588

Vermont Burlington Adult Learning Center GED Testing
77 College St | Burlington | VT 05401 | Phone 802.846.7245

Saint Lawrence-Lewis BOCES GED Testing
40 West Main St | Canton | NY 13617 | Phone 315.386.4504

Vermont Middlebury Adult Learning Center GED Testing
282 Boardman St | Middlebury | VT 05753 | Phone 802.388.4392

NE Kingdom Newport Learning Center GED Testing
55 Seymour Ln | Newport | VT 05855 | Phone 802.334.2839

Vermont Rutland Adult Learning Center
16 Evelyn St | Suite 101 | Rutland | VT 05701 | Phone 802.775.0617

Vermont St. Albans Adult Learning Center GED Testing
5 Lemnah Dr | St. Albans | VT 05478 | Phone 802. 524.9233

Northwoods Center for Continuing Education GED Test Center
8 Clover Ln | Whitefield | NH 03598 | Phone 603.788.5685

GED Passing Score

The passing score on EACH of the four GED modules is 145 points. Averaging is NOT an option, so you’ll have to attain at least that score on each individual GED subtest.

Decent preparation is the key to success! When you use our free GED practice tests, you can discover which GED subject areas need your attention most.

The GED subtests are scored on a 100-200 scale, and there are four sections.

  • 100-144: This is the GED Below-Passing Score. You’ll have to retake that part.
  • 145-164: This is the GED High School Equivalent Score section.
  • 165-174: This is the GED College-Ready Score.
  • 175-200: This GED College-Ready Score will also get you up to ten college credits.

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