There are five different ways to earn an HSED in Wisconsin. The first option, P.I.5.05, meets the needs of the majority of students seeking an HSED.
P.I.5.05 – Pass the four GED® exams, meet the requirements in health and employability skills and successfully complete the state of Wisconsin civics test.
P.I.5.06 – Earn at least 22 high school credits including four in English, three in social studies, three in math, three in science, and one-half in health and successfully complete the state of Wisconsin civics test.
P.I.5.07 – Earn 24 post-secondary credits including a credit in each subject in which you did not complete the high school credits required, except physical education, as well as successfully complete the state of Wisconsin civics test.
P.I.5.08 – Present a foreign diploma or degree and meet citizenship requirements as well as successful completion of the state of Wisconsin civics test.
P.I.5.09 – Complete a state-approved program through coursework designed to provide knowledge and skills that are expected to be taught in the courses required of high school graduates, including employability skills, the successful completion of the state of Wisconsin civics test, and excluding physical education.
If you choose to earn an HSED through any of these options, you must meet the state eligibility requirements before starting. After completion of any of these five options, a High School Equivalency Diploma is issued from the State of Wisconsin.
If you'd like more information about upgrading your GED® credential to an HSED, call us at 920-993-5139.