Adult Basic Education (ABE)
These courses are designed to develop the reading, writing, and mathematics abilities of adults who need these basic life and job skills to perform day-to-day tasks and build skills necessary for securing their high school diploma. No Fee
Adult and Family Literacy
This course provides instruction on reading, writing, and mathematic abilities and provides an opportunity for career exploration and improving use of technology within a family literacy and career focused context. No Fee
General Education Development (GED)
This course prepares students to take the official GED Test or to qualify for admission to the National External Diploma Program (NEDP).
GED Testing Fee $45 due at time of testing
External Diploma Program (NEDP)
This course is designed to enable students to prepare a portfolio for evaluation of prior learning to validate the skills needed to achieve a high school credential. Materials Fee $120
Workplace Skills- ACT WorkKeys
This course is designed to enable the student to learn the skills necessary to improve employability and basic skills using the ACT Career Ready 101 KeyTrain WorkKeys Curriculum*.
No Course Fee-
WorkKeys NCRC Assessment $36
ABE Program Support Instruction
Adult Basic Education offers instruction for eligible students to support transition into the college experience through the identification of career and education goals, developing post-secondary education learning skills and strategies, and building content knowledge. No Fee
English as a Second Language (ESL)
This course provides instruction for English language learners in the basics of reading, writing, speaking and listening in English.
Glenn Burns, ABE and Workplace Skills
Stephanie Hutter-Thomas, Distance Learning and ABE Integrated Instruction
Susanne Records, Family Literacy, ABE
Bonnie Ruppenkamp, Eckhart and NEDP
Marie Weddle, ACDC and Diploma Prep
Sharon Yoder, ABE ESL