Small group instruction in basic literacy skills, General Educational Development (GED) preparation and testing, high school diploma completion, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), job and career exploration, Life Skills for educationally challenged adults, and computer literacy. Adult Basic Education also provides a library program and educational classes at the Franklin County Detention Center.
Adults who need to acquire life skills, improve basic literacy skills, learn English as a second language, acquire or upgrade writing, math, or computer skills, attain high school credits for a diploma or entrance to college or technical school, those aspiring to earn a GED, and those who enjoy enriching their lives or seeking new skills such as masonry.
There are no fees for adult basic education classes or GED testing. There are fees (depending on the type of class) for Adult and Community Education classes.