High School - Equivalency

There are places where you can get preparation for the testing for free or low cost, and many public libraries offer free online courses you can take at your own pace. We also list where you can order your GED diploma or your transcripts if you started the courses while you were incarcerated.

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Community Educational Outreach

P.O. Box 18874, Denver CO 80218

Denver Metro

Denver

Community Educational Outreach provides high school equivalency test preparation in several ICCS halfway houses. If you're transitioning through one of these halfway houses and are working on your high school equivalency, you should check this opportunity out. Instructors can help you decide the best high school equivalency test and prepare for it. Email for more information at - info@ceocolorado.org.

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GED Diploma

Statewide

if you need a copy of your high school equivalency testing documentation, click on the website to create an account and fill in your identification information to receive a copy. There is a fee and you do need to proivde the exact name you used when you were tested.

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Learning Express

Statewide

EBSCO's Learning Express is a great resource when you're trying to improve yourself. For example, you can get free career preparation, free high school equivalency test preparation, free college admission test preparation, and much more. All it requires is a library card, which you can get through any public library in Colorado. Type "Tutorial Video" into the search bar to set up your free account and to learn more about their opportunities. When you're registering for an account, be sure to use your library card number as a user name. If you don't have a library card, ask library staff to help you.

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