Schools that offer GED programs in Brooklyn, N.Y. as of 2014 include Brooklyn College and Medgar Evers College. In New York, the GED is more commonly referred to as the High School Equivalency (HSE) degree.
The following schools and service centers offer a HSE preparation program: SCO Family of Services/Family Dynamics New Horizons Adult Education Program, CAMBA Inc., the Brooklyn College CUNY Adult Literacy Program, Brooklyn Equal Opportunity Commission, Cypress Hills Academic and Career Exploration (CHACE) Center, Turning Point, Fifth Avenue Committee Inc., the Jewish Community Council Of Greater Coney Island, Lutheran Family Health Centers, Medgar Evers College, NYC College Of Technology CUNY Adult Learning Center, Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow Inc., Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow Inc. Bushwick Workforce Resource Center, and the Brooklyn Adult Learning Center for OACE Schools 7, 8 and 9. Each organization should be contacted for the most recent information about its programs.
The Brooklyn Public Library also offers a pre-HSE preparation course. These classes are part-time for adults 17 and older and can be taken full-time by young adults aged 16 to 24. Part-time classes are two days per week for a total of six hours and are available during days, evenings and on weekends, as of 2014.