The GED Testing Service provides persons who have not graduated from high school the opportunity to earn a high school equivalency certificate through the test of General Education Development (GED).
The Regional Office of Education #21 is happy to assist persons who have not graduated from high school and are interested in the opportunity to earn their GED and receive their transcript and certificate. The Illinois State Board of Education has the responsibility for coordinating a statewide system for the issuance of high school equivalency certificates. While the registration process is completed at www.GED.com, ROEs have administrative and certificate issuance authority in all regions of the state, except Cook County. ROE 21 has a GED testing site, and it is through our office that you receive your GED transcript and certificate when you have passed the test. You must be registered with GED as a resident of Franklin, Johnson, Massac or Williamson County for us to be able to print your transcript or certificate. Also, if you have any questions about the GED and taking the test, please contact us.