ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
WWTC offers High School Equivalency classes - HiSET - during the school year for individuals who did not complete high school and would like to obtain a high school equivalency diploma, formerly called GED.
Classes are held every Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM and run from October through May. There is no tuition charge for the class and there is no set class length. Students work at their own pace. Enrollment is ongoing, so individuals may enroll anytime throughout the year by calling 405-452-5500.
The classes are offered through OSU Institute of Technology of Okmulgee and will be instructed by Cappi Coleman.
1. Must be a resident of Oklahoma
2. Students must maintain good attendance or be subject to dismissal from the class
WHAT ARE THE HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY EXAMS?
Even though you have not finished high school, you have probably gained knowledge and skills through experiences, reading, and job training. The high school equivalency exams are designed to measure the important knowledge and skills, usually learned during four years of high school, that you may have obtained in a different manner.
The Oklahoma legislature passed House Bill 1687 and Gov. Mary Fallin signed the bill into law in June 2015 allowing all federally approved testing companies to offer high school equivalency exams in Oklahoma. To date, three tests are offered in Oklahoma: the GED, HiSET and TASC. Each test gives the examinee the ability to receive an Oklahoma high school diploma.
Wes Watkins Technology Center is a testing site for the HiSET Exam through our Assessment Center.
To learn more about each of the exams offered in Oklahoma, click here to visit the Oklahoma CareerTech website.
To register for an exam, click here.
For more information about the HiSET Exam (cost, testing information, scheduling an exam, etc.), click here.
2022 PAPER-BASED TEST DATES
January 11, 25
February 1, 15
March 1, 29
April 5, 19
2022 COMPUTER-BASED TEST DATES
January 6, 13, 27
February 3, 17, 22
March 3, 22, 31
April 7, 12, 21
For more information
Cappi Coleman, Instructor