High School Equivalency Credentials Test
Indiana High School Equivalency Credentials Test (formerly GED)
Who can take the HSE?
- Anyone living in Indiana for a minimum of 30 days before taking the test.
- Those who have not already earned a diploma from an accredited high school in the United States.
- Students who are at least 16 years of age.
What’s new with HSE?
- Students will now take the Indiana HSE test to earn their HSE Diploma. The two available HSE examinations are the GED® and the HiSET®.
- Official transcripts will show student’s Indiana HSE test scores.
- Students can now take the test using a computer. A traditional paper and pencil version is also available.
- The content of the test matches current Indiana high school academic demands.
How do I prepare?
- Enroll by calling 765-552-4122 to sign up for free classes for anyone age 16 or older who has not earned a high school diploma or who needs some help preparing to be College and Career Ready.
- For more information, email email@example.com.
in.us or call 1-765-552-4122 for the John Hinds Career Center Adult Basic Education Program 1105 N 19th Street Elwood, IN 46036.
- For more HSE Exam information, visit https://
hindscareercenter.org/ programs-assessments/adult- basic-education/high-school- equivalency-exam
Class Locations and Schedules
- Free Adult Ed/HSE/GED classes offered online and in Hamilton, Madison, and Tipton Counties:
Daytime Classes Days Times Location Anderson Mornings M-Th 9am - Noon Anderson WorkOne Noblesville Mornings M, W, & F 9am - Noon Redeeming Love Church Noblesville Evening Classes Days Times Location Anderson ESL M & W 6:00-9:00 pm Anderson WorkOne Anderson - M/W M & W 6:00-9:00 pm Anderson WorkOne Anderson - T/TH 6:00-9:00 pm Anderson WorkOne Alexandria T & Th 5:30-9 pm Church of the Nazarene Elwood Evenings T & Th 5:30-9 pm Hinds Career Center Noblesville Evenings M & W 5:30-9 pm Noblesville WorkOne Westfield M & Th 5:30-9 pm Westfield Middle School Online Virtual Classes 9 Hrs. per Week Online - Must Have a Device
How much does it cost?
- Classes are free of charge. Testing costs are $120 or less, which includes all of the tests, test scoring, transcripts and diploma.
- Readiness testing and scholarships for testing costs available.