The Adult Education program provides free adult education and literacy services to students seeking to improve their academic and life skills. Instructional methods are based on individual student's needs and may include one-on-one tutoring, group instruction, and computer-based instructional programs. Day and evening classes are provided in a variety of locations. Adult Education services include:
- Academic Assessment
- Adult Basic Education
- College Preparation
- GED Preparation
- Career Pathways
- Workkeys/National Career Readiness Certificate
To enroll in Adult Education, participants must be 17 years of age or older and:
- have not earned a high school diploma or GED, or
- have a high school diploma or GED and need review for post-secondary study, or
- cannot speak, read, or write the English language.
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The GED test certifies the equivalent of high-school level academic skills. The GED certificate is the most widely accepted high school equivalency credential and offers many benefits. These include increased wages, entry into post-secondary education, promotional opportunities, and increased self-esteem.
Most who take the GED test benefit from academic review, which is provided at all LBW Community College Adult Education sites free of charge. Persons interested in taking the GED should contact an adult education site where the instructor will assist them in their preparation for the test and refer them to the appropriate test center.
FREE Adult Education classes are held at the following locations:
(334) 382-2133 Ext. 3300
(334) 335-2187 Ext. 7095
Jackie Sport, GED & ESL