Union ALC provides High School Equivalency test preparation classes throughout Northeast Oklahoma. Class schedules are determined each year based on the interest of prospective learners.
Union Adult Learning Center, operated by Union Public Schools, is a regional program based in Tulsa and grant-funded by Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education, Lifelong Learning Section. All classes are open enrollment and offered free of charge; however, the GED HiSet tests are offered with a fee set by Pearson VUE Testing Services and HiSet Testing Services.
High School Equivalency Testing
Getting your high school credential could be the most important step you take. Currently two (2) options are available in Oklahoma for high school equivalency testing.
The GED test is a computer-based test offered through Pearson VUE, and tests must be scheduled through GED.com. All testing fees are set by Pearson VUE and Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education. Testing fees must be paid with a valid credit/debit card when scheduled. Unfortunately, cash or checks are not accepted.
HiSet test is an alternative to the GED test offering students state-issued high school equivalency credentials. These tests are a paper and pencil format. Registration and fees are scheduled through HiSet at hiset.ets.org. All fees must be paid online through HiSet with a valid credit/debit card, when scheduling to test with Union Adult Learning Center.
Success on High School Equivalency tests is greatly influenced by consistant class attendance and active participation with available resources. The availability of classes is directly impacted by student attendance and participation.