General Educational Development

GED registration flier

Jefferson County Adult Education offices and class sites are open, and our staff is working to help you attain your educational goals. If you or someone you know needs to earn the GED credential or improve English language skills, please contact us at (502) 485-3400 or email for more information. We offer a variety of class options, including the following:

  • Traditional, in-person classes at various sites across the community
  • Instructor-facilitated virtual classes on Microsoft Teams
  • Self-paced online software that allows students to work at their own pace and schedules, including instructor support available by appointment

You can take the GED test free! That's a $120 savings!

The State of Kentucky will pay for your first GED test in each subject plus limited retakes while funding lasts. To qualify, you must first pass the GED Ready Official Practice Test (free through our program).

Jefferson County Adult Education can help you every step of the way. If you are 18 years or older and have withdrawn from school, we can help you determine if you're GED-ready and provide free classes if you need to brush up on your skills before the test.

Ways to Enroll

  • Call (502) 485-3400 to get started or
  • Fill our our enrollment form, and register for a testing and advising session.
    • Fill out a few questions called the "Quick Registration" to create your account. 
    • Choose a test session.

Availability to Meet Your Busy Schedule

We offer morning, afternoon, and evening classes around the community as well as online self-study.

GED Site Schedule