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Pat yourself on the back! This strategic move to get your GED® in Hawaii can mean a more successful and lucrative future. Earn your GED®, move ahead at work, school, or both, and enjoy more opportunities for a better life.

As a resident or non-resident, you can earn a high school equivalency diploma if you live in Hawaii. We’ll show you how and assist when you need it. Learn more now!


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How to Get a GED® in Hawaii

Let’s get started. To begin this process, you can’t be enrolled in school, and you can’t already have earned a high school diploma. If you haven’t graduated and are 18 or older, you must complete 60 hours of adult education classes. Then you can prepare for and take the GED.

What if you’re under 18 years of age? You must be at least sixteen, and additional requirements apply, including the following:

  • Official withdrawal from school
  • Parental consent
  • Local school board approval

You can take the GED® at a testing center for $174. Start right now at no cost to you!

Sign up here for a free account. As the official testing site, we’ll provide easy-to-follow instructions and answer all your questions as you go.

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Set aside 2–3 months to properly study and prepare. Once you pass the test, you’ll receive a Hawaii Adult Community School Diploma, meaning you’ve acquired the same knowledge as any other high school graduate.

Find GED® Classes in Hawaii Near You

Many students prefer learning in person. You might retain knowledge better in a traditional classroom environment. If you do your best outside your home or office, find one of our in-person locations for the GED® in Hawaii.

You’ll find our in-person classes provide the following:

  • Experienced teachers
  • Supportive staff
  • Dynamic learning environments
  • Interaction with like-minded students
  • Flexible dates/times for those with other responsibilities
  • Guidance
  • Encouragement
  • Thorough preparation
  • Employment counseling
  • College prep sessions
  • Helpful reviews
  • Practice tests

Plan for a Bright Future Today

Take a step in the right direction. Learn where you can take GED® classes, and when you’re ready, schedule your GED® test. Prepare yourself for a brighter future now!