|Adult Basic Ed|
GED Preparation and Testing
General Education Development (GED) test is for anyone 19 years and older. If you are between the ages of 16-19, you must qualify for an age waiver from the state. Contact us to find out how. There are five tests in the GED battery; social studies, science, reading, math and writing. You must have a state issued ID or drivers license to test. There is a fee for the test (presently $60) but preparation classes are free.
Classes for English Language Learners (ELL)
English Language Learners can work on conversational English, writing, and reading. You may begin any day. Beginning, intermediate and advanced classes are offered daily. Call to learn more.
We offer classes to anyone preparing for their Citizenship test. We cover the test and the interview. Call for details.
Introduction to Computers
We offer instruction for beginning learners on the computer. We can cover mouse skills, understanding menus, running programs and more. Keyboarding/typing is also offered.
Basic Skills in Reading and Math
We will help you with basic skills in reading and math. Do you need to brush up on fractions and percents? Do you or someone you know have difficulty reading? We can help open your mind to the printed page. Or would you like to read at a faster rate? We can help. Call us for details.
Drivers License Test
We can help with the written portion of the drivers test. We have computer instruction and booklet to help you prepare.
You must be 16 and not enrolled in another school to begin our classes. All our classes are free.
Monday through Thursday
Jefferson Learning Center