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College and Career Readiness

Basic Skills and HRD Class Schedule

The purpose of the Adult Basic Education program is to provide an educational opportunity for those students in the three-county service area who did not complete their high school education or have not received their HSE or who need to improve their reading, languages or math skills. Classes are flexible; they are designed to allow for individual differences in persons who have been out of the public school system from six months to thirty years or more. Due to the varying levels of motivation, ability, available time, work habits and class commitment among the students, ABE instructors work individually with students to achieve realistic goals.

Adult Basic Education program, Preparation for High School Equivalency (HSE)

Classes are offered on all levels from beginning reading to preparation for your GED. Classes are interactive and use adult learning techniques. Individualized instruction, open entry, multiple class locations and times make these classes customer friendly and facilitate student success. If you or someone you know needs to complete his or her education, call the SCC Center nearest you. All literacy classes are free.

You can start classes at any time and do not need to wait for the beginning of a new semester.

Underage Release for the Admission of a Minor Applicant

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