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Earn High School Equivalency

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Graduates

Did You Know?

  •  * Approximately 1 out of 7 people who receive their high school diploma do so through passing the GED Tests.
    * 95% of U.S. employers, colleges, and universities accept high school credentials based on successfully
    passing the GED Tests.
    * The average age of persons taking the GED Tests is 24.7 years old.
    * 65% of GED test-takers plan to enter college, a university, trade or technical school, or business school during the next year.
    * Wyoming has over 1,800 candidates take the GED exams each year with 1,400 completing and passing.



GED

Wyoming High GED Score 2010,
Michael Wasson

 

 

 

Certificate of High School Equivalency Requirements

Anyone 18 years of age or older, who has not received a high school diploma or previously obtained an Equivalency Diploma or Certificate, may participate in the High School Testing programs. Candidates age 16 and 17 years old, who are not currently enrolled in public school, may submit age-waiver applications. High School Equivalency Testing is prohibited to those under the age of 16.

 

Let's Get Started

bulletCall Valley Learning Center to schedule orientation 307-782-6401.
bulletDetermine skill level.
bulletSet-up study schedule. 
bulletComplete required number of classroom hours.
bulletTake Post Test to track educational gains.
bulletPay fees
bulletAfter completing above requirements schedule official HSEC Test. 

Please note: One form of picture identification is required at all testing sessions.




Melissa Linda

Melissa and Linda are here to help you! Come in and meet these wonderful teachers!

Wyoming State HS Equivalency Web Page

HS Equivalency Testing Schedule 2013-2014 at Valley Learning Center



Wyoming Community Colleges

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If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at: kbehunin@wwcc.wy.edu.

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