Locations for Ohio's Options for Adult Diploma and Ohio High School Equivalence (Formally GED)

Locations for Ohio's Options for Adult Diploma and Ohio High School Equivalence (Formally GED)

Ohio's adults have several options to obtain a high school diploma or equivalent. Please click on the 22Plus.png icons in the map below to find available programs near you.

Ohio's Adult Diploma Programs

Adult Basic and Literacy Education (ABLE): ABLE's free classes assist adults in acquiring the skills they need to be successful in post-secondary education and training, and employment. ABLE services include basic math, reading and writing skills; Adult secondary education/GED preparation; English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL); Transition services to post-secondary and employment; and Workplace education.

Adult Diploma: The Adult Diploma Program provides free job training and a new pathway for adults, ages 22 or older, to earn a high school diploma AND industry credentials aligned to one of Ohio’s in-demand jobs.

Adult 22+ High School Diploma Program: The 22+ Adult HSD Program helps adults earn a high school diploma. The program is free to adults who are over 22 years old, living in Ohio and do not have a diploma or a GED.

General Educational Development (GED®) Practice CenterThe Practice Centers are approved site locations, who provide GED® preparation for potential test takers who are seeking to take and pass the Official GED® test and earn a Certificate of High School Equivalence Diploma. Many of the practice centers are also ABLE centers.

General Educational Development (GED®) Testing CenterThe Testing Centers are approved site locations, who offer the Official GED® test for test takers who have received approval to test. To schedule an Official GED® test, log into your account at www.ged.com and go to your dashboard and schedule your test. This link is only utilized to see where the testing centers are located.

Last Modified: 2/16/2017 11:20:19 AM