Students who are home schooled do not receive credit toward a high school diploma.
GED Option Program
Students under the age of 18 who are being home schooled and want to receive their GED must contact the SOESD to receive the proper paper work in order to take the GED tests. Home schooled students in Oregon are eligible to participate in the GED Option Program if:
- They are at least 16 years of age.
- They have an independent reading level (in English or Spanish) at the eighth grade level or above.
- It has been determined that the GED option is the most appropriate available at the time.
- They have completed the appropriate home school testing as stated in OAR 581-021-0026 (5), if applicable.
Rogue Community College – General Educational Development (GED)
Klamath Learning Center –
Klamath Falls City School District (for 16 year olds or 5th year senior) (541) 883-4719
Falcon Heights Academy –
Klamath County School District (for 16 year olds or 5th year senior) (541) 883-6699, ext 221
GED Online Practice Tests
It is recommended that you do your studying for the GED tests before you register to test. If you would like to study independently for the tests, there are GED study materials available in the library or at: