Missouri Option Program
News & Updates
Missouri Option Program - Application Due June 15th
The Missouri Option application and assurances have been updated to include current operational standards, requirements and contact information. Missouri public school districts planning to operate a Missouri Option Program in the 2013-2014 school year must submit a Missouri Option Program Application no later than June 15. District superintendents must sign the updated Assurance Standards in the Appendix and provide a brief narrative response. For more information, contact the Missouri Option Office at 573-751-3190 or 573-751-4426 or email@example.com.
Attention Missouri Option Programs!
Contact the GED Office at 573-751-6850 or 573-522-6549 for questions related to the GED, including:
- Access denied when attempting to enroll a new Missouri Option student into the web application system
- GED test payment questions (The Missouri Option program does NOT process payments)
- Transferring and enrolling a GED student to a Missouri Option class
- Test scores for a GED student or graduate
- Official State Award Letter and Score Report for a GED graduate
- 2014 GED Test Information (follow link)
To Request Missouri Option Information
To request Missouri Option Program information, please contact Dale Wimer at (573) 751-3190 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- To request Missouri-Option Program Testing Authorization Forms (purple bubble form)
- Assistance with the online Application for Missouri Option Program Testing Authorization
- All other inquiries regarding the Missouri Option Program
To Request GED test-related Information
To request GED test-related information, please contact Tom Robbins at (573) 522-6549 or email@example.com.
- GED test scores or if you have other questions about GED testing
- GED test payment inquiries
- GED Testing Center questions
- All other inquiries regarding GED students or the GED Program
Missouri Option Program - Online student enrollment and “Application to Test” authorization
Note: This document is provided to assist Missouri Option Schools with the enrollment of eligible students to take the High School Competency exam (GED test) as an element required to qualify for a high school diploma.
Training for Submitting "Application to Test" Forms
The Department's GED Section created a webinar to train MO Options Program staff about the process for submitting "application to test" forms.
Participating schools are no longer required to submit an annual report for the Missouri Option Program, as the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) now gathers the information needed from MOSIS and Core Data.