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What Are Your Options?

You can work to earn the GED® credential. GED® (General Educational Development) tests can help you earn a high school equivalency certificate. 

  • Spokane Community College offers GED prep classes.
  • You can start anytime.  Classes are available in person, online, or a mix of both.  
  • Our counselors will help you to figure out which is the best pathway for you.

There are 4 GED® tests, separated by subject. You do not have to take all 4 tests at once - you can space them out however it suits you and go at your own pace.  Our classes will help you to prepare for the tests. Classes are $25 a quarter. Financial assistance available – please ask!

Mathematical Reasoning 

  • Basic Math 

  • Geometry 

  • Basic Algebra 

  • Graphs and Functions 

Reasoning Through Language Arts

  • Reading for Meaning 

  • Identifying and Creating Arguments 

  • Grammar and Language 

Social Studies 

  • Reading for Meaning in Social Studies 

  • Analyzing Historical Events and Arguments in Social Studies 

  • Using Numbers and Graphs in Social Studies 


  • Reading for Meaning in Science 

  • Designing and Interpreting Science Experiments 

  • Using Numbers and Graphics in Science

GED Enrollment Requirements

You must be at least 16 years old. If you are between the ages of 16 and 18 you need to get a high school state release/approval to test from the school district you currently live in. Send the release to

Steps to Enroll

  1. Email us or call 509-533-7221 to start your enrollment.

  2. Meet with a counselor who will help you develop a plan to complete your GED.

  3. Start classes!