There is a $30.00 charge per term & $10 TABE test fee for GED Class for a total of $40.
- July - October
- November - February
- March - June
Computer-Based Testing (CBT) is now available at the Technical Center for Career & Adult Education School. The online testing will be located across the street from the Main Office in the GED Testing Lab.
The GED exam reflects the 4 major academic subjects of four years of high school:
- Reasoning Through Language Arts
- Social Studies
Also, a GED (like any other high school diploma) is the ticket to furthering education, job opportunities, promotion, and general advancement in life.
A GED can help you continue your education, get a better job, increase your income, feel better about yourself, and invest in your future. You can even complete the graduation experience by walking in cap and gown in our GED graduation ceremony, with your friends and your family in attendance!
What should I do after I get my GED?
The Indian River School District's Technical Center for Career & Adult Education School offers the GED exam monthly. To check availability, please visit the GED Testing Services website.
Exam Changes In 2014
The 21st Century Initiative is focused on helping more adults become "career-and-college-ready."
The new GED test will include:
- Computer based testing that is offered only at official GED Testing Centers.
- Four content areas - literacy, mathematics, science, and social studies - will measure a foundational core of knowledge and skills that are essential for career and college readiness.
Students must achieve a 145 on each section to pass. Scores will be posted to the students GED website.
Tests are available in both English and Spanish
DETAILED GED® SCORE CHANGE FAQs
What are the current score levels?
The GED® test score levels are:
- (145-164) – Pass / High School Equivalency
- (165-174) – GED® College Ready
- (175-200) – GED® College Ready + Credit
How are these score levels different from the old ones?
The passing score is 145
Attending GED Classes
The Technical Center for Career & Adult Education School offers classes to prepare students to take the General Educational Development (GED) test. Classes are offered both at the Technical Center for Career & Adult Education School and at Sebastian River High School. The GED Program is designed for students who are 16 years of age or older. An orientation is mandatory before attending classes.
You must be 18 years of age or older or have received an age waiver from the school district. Apply for an age waiver at the Technical Center for Career & Adult Education School office at 1426 19th Street in downtown Vero Beach, off 14th Avenue and South of Route 60 (20th Street).
The cost of the GED exam is $128 whole battery, and $32 per section.You must register for the GED exam at https://ged.com
If you have a GED and your diploma or transcript has been lost or destroyed, you may order a new one.
To request a transcript you must login or register by creating a new account on https://ged.com If you have already registered, please enter your Email and Password &Sign In.If this is your first time using the online order system, please click Create Account and enter the required information. Once your account is created you will be able to request transcripts online and track the status of your orders.
We have two sites for your convenience with day and evening hours.
Main Campus GED Site:
Technical Center for Career & Adult Education
1426 19th street, Vero Beach
8:00 am to 3:30 pm, Monday- Thursday
Friday 8:00 am-12:00pm
5:00 pm to 8:30 pm, Monday - Wednesday Evening
Summer hours vary! Call (772)564-5009 For more information or to schedule an appointment to take the TABE
Sebastian River High School, Room L-101
9001 90th Ave, Sebastian
5:00 pm to 8:30 pm, Monday- Wednesday Evenings
Summer hours vary. Call (772)564-4970 for more information.
TABE pretests may be taken here during class hours, provided the student arrives promptly at the beginning of lab hours