• To take advantage of the state offered $80 voucher available to first-time test takers, participants must contact a Career-Technical Planning District (like Canton City Schools Community Education) before scheduling.

    How do you make this happen? 

    When you are ready to schedule your test, follow these easy steps to receive the voucher. The voucher is only valid until June 30, 2017.

    Please take care not to claim it too early.  You want to truly be ready to schedule the actual test.

    1.  Set up an account with the GED Testing Service at http://www.ged.com/.   You will also need a valid email address to complete this step.

    2.  Follow the prompts after setting up your “MyGED” account until you get to a screen that asks if you are willing and able to participate in the voucher offer.

    To receive the voucher: You must answer “Yes” to participate.

    3.  When you return to your www.ged.com dashboard (home page) you will see an alert (!).  Click on the alert to see a list of Career-Technical Planning Districts whocan give you a voucher.  You may choose to receive your voucher from any of the choices.  If you choose to receive your voucher from Canton City Schools Career-  

    Technical Planning District:

    Call Jen Flinn at 330 438-2559
    email:  flinn_j@ccsdistrict.org
    Visit us at 116 McKinley NW,  Canton, OH  44702  M-F  9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. MAP     

    **(no Friday hours during the Sumnmer)

    All questions about the voucher process should be directed to Jen Flinn at 330 438-2559 or by using her email listed above.

    Using your GED Voucher
    GED 2014 costs $120 (4 tests/$30 per test).  Your voucher is worth up to $80.  You can use all of it at once if you apply to take all four subject area tests at the same time. The cost to you for the full test is $40.  If you schedule each test separately, you can use $20 from the voucher on each test.  The cost to you for each individual test is $10. 

    REMEMBER:  The voucher is only valid until June 30, 2016.  

    Our Career-Technical Planning district is pleased to offer the following resources for career and educational guidance:

                                                                                                                                                      Download a copy of our Canton City Schools Adult and Technical course offerings: 2016-2017 Program Catalog                                                                                                                                                               

                                                                                                                                                              Financial aid assistance!      

          Other resources include:

                       O'Net Career Pathways        

                       Ohio Department of Education 

                      Ohio Means Jobs

                       Ohio Board of Regents


    If you would like to discuss the resources above in greater detail, plesae contact Jerome West at 330 438-2556, ext. 104