This article lists all GED® prep class locations and testing sites in the Virginia Beach area. Virginia uses the entirely computerized GED exam for its HSE (high school equivalency) testing program.
GED testing is offered at certified Virginia GED test sites and online.
The GED is for adults who quit high school without a diploma and gives them another chance to earn an equivalent degree.
The GED exam comes with four individual subtests in Math, Literacy, Social Studies, and Science.
You don’t need to take all four tests in one take. You can prepare for one or more GED subtests at a time.
The four GED subtests assess skills and knowledge at a similar level to what may be expected of high school students upon graduation.
It used to be that you didn’t have the choice to take the GED exam online and personal appearance at an official GED test center was required.
But now, we’ve seen the introduction of an online proctored GED testing option. You can learn more at the bottom of this post.
Virginia Beach GED prep classes
Virginia Beach Adult Learning Center
4160 Virginia Beach Blvd, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452, Ph: (757) 648-6050
Commonwealth ChalleNGe Camp Pendleton
203 Red Horse Dr, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451, Phone: (757) 491-5932 ext. 225/226
Virginia Beach Adult Education
5100 Cleveland Street, Virginia Beach, VA 23462, Phone: (757) 648.6050
Hampton Roads Youth Career Center (Opportunity Inc.)
4554 Virginia Beach Boulevard, Suite 990, Virginia Beach, VA 23452, Phone: (757) 233.8686
The Learning Resource Center
909 First Colonial Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23454, Phone: (757) 428.3367
Bryant and Stratton College
301 Centre Pointe Drive Virginia Beach, VA 23462, Phone (757) 499.7900
Locations around Virginia Beach (cities by alphabet)
Literacy Council of Eastern Shore
36076 Lankford Highway, Belle Haven, VA 23306, Phone: (757) 442.6637
Chesapeake Publ. Schools Adult Ed.
369 Battlefield Blvd S, Chesapeake, Virginia 23322, Ph: (757) 482-5680
For all Chesapeake prep facilities go to this page
Eastern Shore Community College
29300 Lankford Highway, Melfa, VA 23410, Phone: (757) 789.1793
Virginia-Eastern Shore Literacy Council
29300 Lankford Highway, Melfa, VA 23410, Phone: (757) 789.1761
Project Light Main Office
501 W 35th Street, Norfolk, VA 23508, Phone: (757) 624.1764
For all GED prep classes in the Norfolk region visit Norfolk GED Programs
VEC (Virginia Employment Commission – ESCC)
25036 Lankford Hwy, Onley, Virginia 23418, Phone: (757) 789.1761
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Virginia Beach area GED testing centers
Centura College-Virginia Beach
2697 Dean Drive, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452, Phone (757) 340-2121
Virginia Beach Publ. Schools Adult Learning Center
5100 Cleveland Street, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462, Phone (757) 648-6050
IntellecTechs GED Testing
195 South Rosemont Road, Suite 103, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452, Phone (757) 962-2487
3630 South Plaza Trail, Suite 250, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452, Phone (757) 495-0714
Infotec GED Testing
100 Constitution Drive, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462, Phone (757) 518-9100
Chesapeake Public Schools GED Testing
369 South Battlefield Boulevard, Chesapeake, Virginia 23322, Phone (757) 482-5680
Norfolk Technical Center (Norfolk Public Schools)
1330 North Military Highway, Norfolk, Virginia 23502, Phone (757) 892-3389
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Eastern Shore Community Coll. GED Testing
29300 Lankford Highway, Melfa, Virginia 23410, Ph: (757) 789.1789
The GED (General Education Development) program gives adults who have never finished high school the chance to obtain a credential that is considered equivalent to a high school diploma.
The GED diploma or certificate allows for job improvement and access to a college education. It will definitely improve people’s lives. Across North America, the GED diploma is recognized as equivalent to a high school diploma.
The diploma that you get after completing the computer-formatted Virginia GED test is recognized and accepted by government organizations, businesses, and colleges and universities all across the U.S.
The GED exam focuses on elementary topics that students learn in high school and subjects addressed in GED preparation programs are the same as topics of the GED exam: language arts (reading and writing), math, science, and social studies.
Welcoming an online GED test-taking option
In the past, there never was a way you could take the GED exam online. To get hold of your Virginia GED diploma, your personal appearance at one of the state’s official GED testing centers was always needed.
But now, this has all changed with the launch of a new GED testing option over the internet. Qualifying students now have the choice to sit for the four GED modules online from the comfort of their homes. An online proctor monitors everything and checks if all is done in accordance with some pretty strict rules. To read more about this option, visit Welcoming the online proctored GED exam.
Last Updated on January 20, 2021.