Area Education Agency (AEA)

Address: 103 N. 4th Street / P.O. Box 68 Guthrie Center, Iowa 50115
Phone: (800) 377-8413
Phone: (641) 747-2212
Email: Complete online form
Description: Information for parents of special needs children 
http://www.iowaaea.org

Heartland Area Education Agency 11

Address: 6500 Corporate Drive Johnston, Iowa 50131
Phone: (800) 362-2720
Phone: (515) 270-9030
Email: Complete the online form
Description: Heartland Area Education Agency (AEA) works in partnership with public and accredited non-public schools to provide educational services, programs and resources for improving the learning outcomes and well-being of all children and youth in central Iowa. Heartland AEA staff members serve children from birth to age 21, families, educators and communities. Serves the majority of Madison County.
https://www.heartlandaea.org

Green Hills Area Education Agency

Address: 24997 Highway 92 Council Bluffs, IA 51503
Phone: (844) 366-0503
Phone: (712) 366-0503
Email: Complete the online form
Description: Heartland Area Education Agency (AEA) works in partnership with public and accredited non-public schools to provide educational services, programs and resources for improving the learning outcomes and well-being of all children and youth in central Iowa. Heartland AEA staff members serve children from birth to age 21, families, educators and communities. Serves the southwest corner of Madison County.
https://www.ghaea.org

Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC)

Address: In multiple locations. See website for more information.
Phone: (800) 362-2127 ext 8700
Email: Complete online form
Description: Complete HiSET (formally GED) classes. *Call for updated class times and locations.
https://www.dmacc.edu

Southwestern Community College (SWCC)

Address: 1501 West Townline Street Creston, IA 50801. Adult Education Success Center, Room 212
Phone: (641) 782 – 1497
Phone: (800) 247- 4023 ext. 497
Description: The HiSET (High School Equivalency Test) is an assessment of skills and knowledge comparable to those of a high school graduate. It is not to be considered a substitute for completing high school and earning a diploma. It is an alternative for those who, for a variety of reasons, are unable to finish high school. HiSET has replaced GED in the state of Iowa as the assessment tool used to award the High School Equivalency Diploma.
www.swcciowa.edu