ADULT EDUCATION FAQ

Adult Education FAQ

Q?

How do I get started?

A:

New classes are regularly scheduled. When you first come to class, you will be tested in the content areas and placed in classes that will most meet your needs.

Q?

Who will help me?

A:

The program provides trained staff to work with students in small classes, individualized instruction, and/or computer aided instruction.  Each student will have an individualized learning plan.

Q?

Is there a cost to the student?

A:

All students will pay a materials fee which will cover the cost of all materials used in the classroom.  Advanced classes in computers, life skills, and employment skills may require an additional fee to cover consumables.

Q?

May I check out books to study at home?

A:

Enrolled students will have access to materials for home use. It isn't necessary, but students will be able to purchase books for use outside of the Center.

Q?

What do we do?

A:

The program focuses on math, reading, writing, and basic computer skills that are required in preparation for:

  • Official GED Practice test
  • GED test
  • Work Ready Certificate
  • General College Placement Tests