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GED Option Program

GED Option Program (16-18, in School Students)

The General Educational Development Testing Service (GEDTS) enables approved states to provide access to the GED Option Program for selected secondary students who are enrolled in school. Oregon school districts and education service districts with an approved GED Option Program Application are given the opportunity to retain enrollment of 16 and 17-year-old students while they study for and take GED Subtests. Because they remain in school, students continue toward achieving the academic credits and Essential skills required for graduation and do not need an Exemption from Compulsory Attendance to access GED tests. 

Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development (CCWD) General Educational Development (GED) Testing Services

Information on preparing for and taking the GED test, finding a test site, getting your GED. For information on obtaining GED transcripts, certificates and verifications call the toll free number of: 1-855-313-5799 or go to GED Testing Services

Districts, schools and program names are provided annually that maintain local GED Option Programs. School district GED Option Program Application and sample forms are provided. Sample forms include, GED Option Program Participation Agreement and Parental Release of Student Information, School District Letter authorizing student to take a GED Test, GED Option Site Closure, and Request for Additional GED Option Program Site(s).

Links to information and resources to support finding GED Option Program Sites, relevant data, GED Testing Services and Testing Centers.

GED Option Program ORS & OARs

Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) and Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) pertaining to GED Option Programs.

Information, toolkits and publications to assist in preparing each student for advanced learning, work and citizenship.

Comprehensive guidance and counseling is an integral part of the school support system that advances high quality learning opportunities.

Reports on student enrollment, graduates (high school completers) and dropouts.

This page contains links to on-line resources to help you develop dropout prevention and recovery programs at your school.

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