High School Equivalency Program (GED)

The Warrick Education Center will also provide High School Equivalency Program preparation classes on a self-paced individual study basis. Students will take a pre-test to determine areas that need skill enhancement. Students work on those areas to prepare to successfully take the High School Equivalency Program.

Any student who is 17 years of age and not subject to compulsory attendance is eligible to take the tests.

There are 5 subject areas in the High School Equivalency Program tests: Writing Skills, Social Studies, Science, Literature & the Arts, and Mathematics.

The Warrick Education Center provides instruction for all these subject areas.

WEC offers adult learners the opportunity to work toward earning their High School Equivalency Program certificate. Classes are offered at the following times and locations in Warrick County:

Location Date / Time
Warrick Education Center Daily from 7:55-11:00am and 11:55-3:00pm
Monday thru Thursday evenings 6:00-8:00
Loge Elementary School Monday thru Thursday evenings 5:00-7:00
Warrick County Security Center Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 3:30-5:30

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