In Wyoming it is possible to earn your High School Equivalency Certificate by passing one of two approved assessments which include HiSET or the GED.
95% percent of U.S. employers, colleges and universities accept high school equivalency credentials earned for successfully passing an
The average age of a person taking a high school equivalency test is 24.7 years old.
65% of all high school equivalency test takers plan to enter post-secondary schools, trade or technical schools or go to work within one
year of completing their test.
Each year, Wyoming has over 1800 candidates take high school equivalency exams with more than 1,400 completing and passing the test. Wyoming
ranks 3rd in the country for pass rate.
Certificate of High School Equivalency Requirements:
Anyone 18 years of age or older, who has not received a high school diploma or previously obtained an Equivalency Diploma or Certificate, may
participate in the High School Testing programs. Candidates age 16 and 17 years old, who are not currently enrolled in public school, may submit
age-waiver applications. High School Equivalency Testing is prohibited to those under the age of 16.
Let's Get Started:
Call Valley Learning Center to schedule orientation 307-782-6401.
Determine skill level.
Set-up study schedule.
Complete required number of classroom hours.
Take Post Test to track educational gains.
After completing above requirements schedule official HSEC Test.
Please note: One form of picture identification is required at all testing sessions.