Listed on this page are all GED® prep locations and testing facilities in the Ponca City area. Oklahoma is using the computer-formatted GED® exam for its high school equivalency (HSE) testing program.
The state additionally welcomed an alternative HSE exam, the HiSET®.
Both the GED and HiSET exams are available online and at state-approved Oklahoma test centers. For information on the recently launched online HiSET and GED exams, check below at the bottom of this page.
The HiSET is offered both on paper and on a computer while the GED is not available in a paper-based format.
The HSE program is for people who left high school prematurely and offers them the chance to earn an equivalent credential.
The GED includes four separate tests in the academic fields of Math, Social Studies, Literacy, and Science.
You are given the option to deal with the four subtests (modules) one at a time.
The HiSET exam has five tests (separate writing and reading subtests) that can be taken separately as well.
Ponca City GED prep locations
Pioneer Technology Center (Ponca City Adult Education)
2101 N Ash Street – Ponca City – Oklahoma 74601 – Ph: (580) 762.8336/718.4264
Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma
20 White Eagle Drive – Ponca City – OK 74601 – Ph: (580) 763.0120
Ponca City Library (Pre-GED, Ponca Area Literacy Council)
515 East Grand Street – Ponca City – OK 74601 – Ph: (580) 767.0351
Prep Sites around Ponca City (cities by alphabet)
Northwest Technology Ctr-Alva
1801 11th Street – Alva – OK 73717 – Ph: (580) 327.0344 (ext. 201)
Cowley Community College
125 S Second St – Arkansas City – KS 67005 – Ph: (620) 441.5258
Blackwell Middle School (Pioneer Tech)
1041 S 1st St – Blackwell – OK 74631 – Ph: (580) 718.4264
Eastern Cowley County Resource Center
107 S Main St – Dexter – KS 67038 – Ph: (620) 876.7323
114 South Independence Avenue – Enid – Oklahoma 73701 – Ph: (580) 242-6131
Lincoln Academy GED Instruction
600 West Elm Avenue – Enid – Oklahoma 73701 – Ph: (580) 366-7200/8150
Kay County Detention Center (Pioneer Tech)
1101 W Dry Rd – Newkirk – OK 74647 – Ph: (580) 362.3393
Not publicly available
61 Cedar Ridge, Pawhuska – Oklahoma 74056 – Ph: (918) 287-1776
Otoe Missouria Tribe-Earnest Vetters Memorial Library (Pioneer Tech)
8151 Hwy 177 – Red Rock – OK 74651 – Ph: (580) 762.8336
Meridian Tech Center HSE Instruction
1312 S Sangre Rd – Stillwater – Oklahoma 74074 – Phone: (405) 377.3333 (x 327)
See all options in and around Stillwater here
Tonkawa Tribe-Henry Allen Building (Pioneer Tech)
1 Rush Buffalo Rd – Tonkawa – OK 74653 – Ph: (580) 762.8336
Tonkawa Public Library (Pioneer Tech)
216 N 7th St – Tonkawa – OK 74653 – Ph: (580) 718.4264
Wichita Area Tech HSE Instruction
4004 North Webb Rd – Wichita – KS 67226 – Ph: (316) 677.1844
Check out all options in the Wichita area here
Eastern Cowley County Education Learning Laboratory (ECCELL)
113 West 9th Ave – Winfield – KS 67156 – Ph: (620) 221.2266
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Ponca City area GED testing centers
After Ponca City, Cities by Alphabet
Pioneer Technology Center (Room B109, HiSET/GED)
2101 North Ash Street, Ponca City, Oklahoma 74601, Phone (580) 762-8336
Cowley County Community College (GED)
125 South 2nd Street, Arkansas City, Kansas 67005, Phone (620) 442-0430
Bartlesville Schools (GED Testing)
1100 SW Jennings Avenue, Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74003, Phone (918) 336-8600
St. John Catholic School (HiSET Testing)
816 S Keeler Avenue, Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74003, Phone (918) 357-7037
Autry Technology Ctr (GED Testing)
1201 W Willow Road, Enid, Oklahoma 73703, Phone (580) 242-2750
Enid Public Schools (HiSET Testing)
600 W Elm Avenue, Enid, Oklahoma 73701, Phone (580) 366-7200
Meridian Technology and Career Center (GED or HiSET Test Site)
1312 S Sangre Road, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074, Phone (405) 377-3333
Wichita Technical Institute (GED Testing)
2051 S Meridian Avenue, Wichita, Kansas 67213, Phone (316) 943-2241
More Wichita testing options are listed here
The GED exam continues to be very important for the economy. Obtaining the GED certificate will certainly be helpful to those people who did not finish high school because employers and universities recognize the GED diploma (especially now again after major adjustments) as equivalent to a common high school degree.
If you don’t hold a high school diploma or similar, you won’t stand a chance if you want to secure reasonably paying employment. A few years way back, the GED program experienced the biggest overhaul in the 75-year existence of the program. Today, the GED can again be considered a credible alternative to a high school diploma for the employment market and educational institutions.
Introducing online HiSET and GED testing
Students looking to secure a high school equivalency (HSE) diploma always needed to come personally to an official Oklahoma HSE test center. Online testing was never possible. Until recently, that is. Now, we saw the arrival of new online GED and HiSET testing options where an online proctor will monitor whether you do everything in accordance with the rules and regulations.
Last Updated on January 22, 2021.