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LBW provides Adult Education services to help students become career-ready. 

Classes provide a second opportunity for adult learners committed to improving their academic and life skills. Instruction is based on individual student need and may range from one-on-one tutoring to group instruction. Classes are available  throughout Covington, Crenshaw, and Butler Counties.  Services are available to all Alabama residents 18 years or older with proof of address and identifcation documents.  Out of School Youth that are 16-17 years of age may participate in the program with special documentation.

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GED High School Equivalency

The GED® exam is a nationally recognized high school equivalency test delivered exclusively on the computer which provides a consistent testing experience nationwide and improved passing rates. Same-day scoring on all four parts is available, as well as a score report for reporting and remediation. Tests can be administered individually or as a group as selected by the candidate.  A GED® Passing Score of 145 is required in each of the four content areas: 

  • Math (115 minutes) – Quantitative & algebraic problem solving
  • Science (90 minutes) – Life science, physical science, earth and space science
  • Social Studies (70 minutes) – Civics and government, U.S. history, economics, geography, and the world
  • Reasoning Through Language Arts (150 minutes) – Ability to read closely, write clearly, and edit and understand written text.

The cost of the GED® test is $120  ($30 per subject); however, students enrolled in the Adult Education Program can test for free when they qualify for testing vouchers!

Exam Registration Information

  1. To schedule an exam, please contact one of our Adult Education Instructors to help you with the process.
  2. Same day registrations are NOT accepted at this location.
  3. Accommodations are available for those with proven physical, emotional and learning disabilities and must be requested in advance with appropriate documentation.
  4. A vallid Driver’s license, State Identifation card, or any valid government issued photo identification is required for admittance to take the exam.
  5. LBW administers the GED test on the first Tuesday of each month at the MacArthur Campus.  More dates are added as able so please be sure to check GED.com for availability.
  6. The test center is located in Building F, Room F-4 at 1708 North Main Street, Opp, AL 36467.
  7. For questions regarding exam registration, please contact Wendy Johnson, LBWCC Chief GED Adminstrator, at (334) 493-5333.

High School Diploma Program (HSDO)

An alternative to the GED high school equivalency,  HSDO is designed for students 19 years or older who have completed all of the required credits for graduation but failed the Alabama High School Graduation Exam (AHSGE), or students who have dropped out of the traditional high school setting after earning 10 credits but before earning all of the required credits.  After receiving an official transcript from the last Alabama high school attended, students will work the HSDO coordinator to determine eligibility and the best option available to them.  Students receive a traditional high school diploma after completing the HSDO program.

Career Pathways

Participants connect with a career counselor who will assist them in developing an educational plan to earn a workforce certification or academic credential. Students can take college-level classes and train for a career while earning a GED or HSD!

Career Pathways for Youth

This program targets youth in Butler, Crenshaw, and Pike Counties ages 16-24 that have dropped out of high school or are not successfully employed to help them complete their GED and acquire necessary employability skills.  Career training, post-secondary education, and life skills are a few of the opportunities avaialable.  Incentives are offered for attaining goal specific achievements. 

English Language Learners

Students learn English skills using real-life situations, like going to the doctor’s office or filling out a job application, group interaction, and listening and speaking activities.

ESL classes equip students with the confidence and skills needed to better succeed in the workplace, community, and other educational/training programs. Instruction is provided in the areas of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and grammar.

Ready to Work

Ready To Work (RTW) is a soft skills training program that provides participants entry level skills needed for employment.  Participants who successfully complete the RTW program receive two industry recognized credentials. Participants earn the National Career Readiness Certificate and the Alabama Certified Work Certificate.  The Alabama Certified Worker Certificate is earned after all program requirements have been met. The back of the certificate highlights all standards covered in the RTW curriculum.

Certification Requirements include:

  • 95% Attendance and Punctuality rate.
  • Satisfactory achievement of work ethic, organizational skills, attitude, and motivation.
  • 70% or higher on all required assessments.
  • National Career Readiness Certificate.

Work Keys - NCRC 

The National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) is earned after successful completion of three ACT WorkKeys skills assessments: Applied Math, Workplace Documents, and Graphic Literacy. Participants have the opportunity to earn a bronze, silver, gold, or platinum certificate based on assessment scores. Participants receive access to assessments and targeted preparation for these assessments through WorkKeys Curriculum.  For those registered in Adult Ed, these assessments are given free of charge. 

This certificate is commonly referred to as the "BAT" test for those needing it for Police Academy admission.  It is also taken by those seeking substitute teacher certification. Please contact us for more information.


LBW Adult Education Class Schedule

Andalusia Campus, Learning Resource Center

Monday & Wednesday 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Janet Bryan jbryan@lbwccc.edu (334) 881-2267
Tuesday & Thursday   8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Brenda Mooney    bmooney@lbwcc.edu
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM   

Luverne Center

Monday - Thursday         4:00 PM - 8:00 PM       Courtney Morrow         cmorrow@lbwcc.edu

(334) 335-2187 

Ext. 7099

Tuesday & Thursday 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM Meredith Beck mbeck@lbwcc.edu

MacArthur Campus, Building F

Monday                      4:00 PM - 8:00 PM Jenny Sanders jjsanders@lbwcc.edu (334) 493 - 5310
Tuesday & Thursday 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Joyia Davis jddavis@lbwcc.edu
Wednesday 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Greenville Campus, Student Support

Monday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Amy Hilburn ahilburn@lbwcc.edu

(334) 382-2133

Tuesday & Thursday 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Deb Guinn      dguinn@lbwcc.edu     
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
** Class hours subject to change.  Please contact instructor to verify.
 

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Please call us at (334) 881-2231 or email us at adulted@lbwcc.edu for more information!