Adult Education classes (Adult Basic Education & Adult Secondary Education) can help you improve your reading, writing, and math skills. Classes are available in the morning and evening at various locations in our community. These classes assist you in preparing for the GED exams. An online GED preparation program is also available for students who qualify.
Adult Education/GED classes start several times throughout the year. Please refer to the class schedule to determine which location will best meet your needs.
GED classes, are for those who are 17 years of age or older. To participate, students may not be enrolled in high school, nor have previously earned their U.S. High School Equivalency certificate.
If the student is under the age of 18 years old, a letter of separation from the high school must be provided. Students may bring this letter to New Student Orientation.
What is the cost to attend classes?
Classes are FREE for qualified students.
How do I enroll in GED classes?
To get started, contact the Adult Education office at 815-835-6310. All new students will participate in New Student Orientation before starting to prepare for success in the classroom.