WINGS: HSE/GED Preparation is a free program for adults (ages 18 and older.)   Students must obtain a library card to participate in this program. To obtain a card, please go to Riter C. Hulsey Public Library at 301 N Rockwall Avenue, Terrell, Texas, or follow this link to request an E-Card. Library cards are free to first-time patrons.  

About HSE

High School Equivalency classes can help develop the reading, writing, math, science, and social studies skills needed to pass Texas High School Equivalency exams. Upon successful completion of the High School Equivalency (HSE) examination, the Texas Education Agency, (TEA), will issue you the Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency. Although there are other exams around the nation, the only HSE examination currently authorized by the state of Texas is the GED. The GED exam/s are administered via computer. Although WINGS has a limited number of public laptop computers for student use, it is highly recommended that each student have a personal device to access their lessons.

GED Testing

Hulsey Public Library is not a GED Testing Center.  The State of Texas oversees GED Testing and has partnered with to provide testing services.  The WINGS: GED Program is an exam preparation program.  Students prepared to take GED exams may do so Online from their location or at a Testing Center. Go to the Get Your GED website for more information about the exam/s. The details are specific to each state.  Please note the ID requirements of the State of Texas.

Exam Fees

  • Online From Your Location - $42.25/Subject
  • At a Test Center - $36.25/Subject

Types of GED Preparation Classes 

WINGS offers courses in all four subjects: Math, Reading Language Arts, Science, and Socials Studies. GED Exams are per subject.  Language Translation features are embedded within the class curriculum.

In-Person Courses

Students should be able to complete the GED Preparation program and take all of their GED Exams in about 40 weeks, with each course taking between 7 to 10 weeks to complete. Each subject is available once in the fall and once in the spring. Due to the popularity and demand of the program, regular attendance is required or you may be dropped from the class. There are a limited number of seats, once they are filled students will be placed on a waiting list for the next available term based on the order in which they enrolled.

Online Courses

Students that enroll in online learning have from September - July to complete online classes for all four subjects.  If a student has not completed all GED exams after that time, then they will need to enroll in the next term; subject to seating availability.

2023-2024 Class Schedules

Class dates are guided by the academic calendars of local school districts and colleges with most classes meeting from September - May.  Holidays are announced on each class syllabus and posted on class message boards.

In-person Options:

Monday/Wednesday Classes
Exam Week
August 28 - October 18
6-8 PM
October 22-28
October 30 - January 10
6-8 PM
January 14-20
Language Arts
January 22 - March 20 
6-8 PM
March 24-30
Social Studies
April 1 - May 22
6-8 PM
May 26-June 1
Tuesday/Thursday Classes
Language ArtsAugust 29 - October 196-8 PMOctober 22-28
Social StudiesOctober 31 - January 116-8 PMJanuary 14-20
ScienceJanuary 23 - March 216-8 PMMarch 24-30
MathApril 2 - May 236-8 PMMay 26-June 1

Online Option:


SubjectDatesTimesExam Week
all subjectsAugust 30 - July 30anytime student's choice

How to Enroll 

Enrollment is OPEN for the 2023-2024 School Year


  • 18+ years of age
  • Hulsey Public Library Card
  • Personal Email Account
  • Clear, headshot Photo for WINGS Student ID  (Unfiltered headshot selfies are accepted. Email to You may also email to make an appointment to have your photo taken at the Adult Education Center.)

To enroll in the HSE/GED Courses please select the link below. Complete the form and it will be submitted to the WINGS Ad. Ed. Coordinator. They will contact you at their earliest convenience.

GED Enrollment Form

Once classes are filled, applicants will be placed on a waiting list and contacted if a seat becomes available.