GED Preparation Program

To Register for 2016 GED prep classes, please call Misty at 850-926-1841 for your orientation!!

GED Testing Information

To Register for 2016 GED prep classes, please call Misty at 850-926-1841 for your orientation!!

A student may earn the State of Florida High School Diploma by successfully passing a national test called the General Education Development (GED) test. The GED is a battery of five tests in the areas of writing, social studies, science, reading and mathematics.

The Wakulla County School Board offers and administers the GED in accordance with Florida Statute 1003.435. 

The GED test is administered twice a month in Wakulla County. Advanced registration for the GED test is required. The test is administered at the GED testing Center (portable 006) 69 Arran Road, Crawfordville, Fl. It will be necessary for you to make prior arrangements with employers, transportation, etc., so you can attend testing day for which you are scheduled, and to remain until the testing is completed. You can register for your GED at

Students must be residents of Florida. Students must be 16 years of age to be enrolled in the GED Prep program. Students under 18 years of age are required to attend 48 class hours and have written authorization to take the GED test. Students must be withdrawn from high school, home school etc before enrolling in the GED Program. A Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) test is administered at registration to determine the functional grade level of the student. 


Dod Walker (Director of Adult, Athletic , & Diversity Recruitment Programs)

Instructional Staff
Nancy Commander (Adult Education)
Don Franks (Adult Education

Office Staff
Misty Taylor (Secretary)


New GED passing score of 145 adopted for the State of Florida!

The State of Florida has adopted a new passing score of 145 for all sections of the GED taken after January 1, 2014. The old passing score of 150 will no longer be the standard. Call the Wakulla Adult Education office at 850-926-1841 for more details.