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Community-Based GED and Literacy Programs

Community-Based GED and Literacy Programs

GED, Adult Diploma, and Literacy Programs are also available through numerous Philadelphia area organizations for students and adults 17 years of age and over.

As we compile more resources on these resources, we'll post them here. If you have information to share with our Region, feel free to e-mail us your links.

Below is some information and resources for GED.

Mayor's Commission on Literacy
For help with reading, writing, math, GED® preparation, or English Language Learning, and to find out more about the Mayor's Commission on Literacy, please visit us at www.philaliteracy.org. Founded in 1983, the Mayor's Commission on Literacy works to help all adults in Philadelphia have opportunities to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary for the workforce, parenting and community.
Free Library of Philadelphia
1901 Vine Street
Ground Floor, Room 26
Philadelphia, PA 19103
215-686-5250
mcol1983@gmail.com

Community College of Philadelphia
17th and Spring Garden Streets
215-751-8006
Call CCP for specific information about testing and registration.

District 1199C Training Center
100 South Broad Street, 10th Floor
215 568-2220
District 1199C offers the GED test on weekdays and evenings. Call for specific information about registration and testing dates and times.

Temple University
Wachman Hall
1805 N. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19122
215 204-8613 or 215-204-8615
Temple offers GED testing two Saturdays a month. Call for more specific information about registration and testing dates and times

American Council on Education
1-800-62MYGED (626-9433)