GED Program Information

General Educational Development Test

When students graduate from high school, a diploma is awarded for completing the required work. For those who don’t complete high school, the GED series of tests can be completed for a required level of education.

The tests are computer-based and include:

  • Reasoning through Language Arts.

  • Mathematics.

  • Science.

  • Social Studies.

Students will take four tests that make up the entire GED exam. Each test takes at least one hour, and students must attain a certain score to pass. Students may schedule one test at a time or all four at once.

This program is designed for those students ages 16.5 years and older, who are enrolled in high school programs, and who are having difficulty finding success in the traditional classroom environment. Students must contact their school counseling office at their assigned Henrico County high school to participate in this program.

For more information, contact Mark Koch, ISAEP coordinator, via email or at 804-740-5800.

The program is available at East End and West End adult education locations.