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Get Your GED For Free

You can get your GED for free.

The North Texas Area United Way HUB, Wichita Falls Housing Authority and Region 9 Education Service Center are sponsoring free GED classes.

Classes, entrance testing and orientations are conducted by Adult Education staff of Region 9 Education Service Center.

Classes are held each Tuesday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. until noon at The HUB, located at 115 E. Wichita Street in the Paul Irwin Activity Center.

Financial assistance is also available for tests after completing classes.

To register for free GED classes, contact Diane Morgan at The HUB at 940/687-2355, Becky Browning at the Wichita Falls Housing Authority at 940/687-2450 or Linda Gibson at Region 9 Education Service Center at 940/322-6928.

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