If you are interested in taking the GED® test but need help studying and preparing for it, we can help prepare you to take the test. Passing the test earns you a GED® certificate that is equivalent to a high school education and is usually accepted in place of a diploma.
The High School Equivalency (HSE) classes will help prepare you to take all or some of the four parts of the GED® Test: Reasoning through Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematical Reasoning. Preparation includes participation in general classroom instruction, small group work, individualized instruction, computer-assisted instruction, and/or self-paced independent work.
• Adults who are 16 years of age or older and who do not have a high school diploma may prepare to take the GED® Test at any Peninsula College location.
• Students who are 16-19 years of age must have a formal release from their required high school education and in some cases, parental consent inorder to take the GED® test.
You must register in person at the location you wish to attend.
For those wishing to attend classes at the Port Angeles Main Campus, registration and orientation is every Friday at 8am in Maier Hall, Room E-148, (360) 417-6380. Please plan on staying for the entire morning. Last day to register is November 18th
To register at all other locations, please call the location of interest for registration hours.
Port Townsend: Fort Worden, 202 Eisenhower Avenue, Port Townsend, WA 98368 | (360) 385-4605.
Forks: 481 S Forks Ave. Forks, WA 98331 | (360) 374-3223.
Neah Bay: Makah Education Department, 880 6th St. Neah Bay, WA 98357 | (360) 645-3071.
GED Testing Information:
Tests are administered at the main Port Angeles campus. If you are ready to take the GED® test without preparation classes please contact the Testing Center at (360) 417-6346 to learn about the testing process and to make an appointment.
GED Prep Online Resources:
For further information about GED® preparation classes please call 360-417-6380 or toll free 1-877-452-9277, ext. 6380.