GED at KCPL

Getting your GED high school diploma unlocks a world of opportunities for you. If you didn’t get the chance to graduate high school, and you’d like to get started, the Kenton County Public Library is the place for you. 

We work closely with Kenton County Adult Education, known as Skills U, to offer free GED prep and training.   

Free GED Classes:
Skills U offers drop-in GED prep and training at our Erlanger branch on Mondays & Wednesdays 4-7pm. Check with Alex Duvall at the Kenton County Adult Education office for an appointment or more information:  859.442.1166 or alex.duvall@kctcs.edu.
 

Brush up on your GED study skills 24/7 with two of our online resources.  Gale Courses has an instructor-led 24-hour GED test prep class.  Learning Express features a full GED Test Prep Center.  The Test Prep Center offers study materials, practice tests, and even a complete section in Spanish.  Both are free with your KCPL library card.  Visit the A-Z Guide to access these resources and more.

GED Testing:
The Covington Branch offers GED testing.  Register via GED.com or work with Skills U to take your test. Testing is offered Thursdays 2-6pm and the third Saturday of the month from 10am-1:30pm. 

Library staff are able to proctor other types of tests, time permitting. Please check with the Information Desk at your local branch for more information. 

Contact John Graham at the Covington Branch for more information:  john.graham@kentonlibrary.org or 859.962.4076. 

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