Programs Available at East Area Adult School
Adult Basic Education (ABE)
Adult Basic Education (ABE) classes prepare students for entry into the GED program. This course of study provides student instruction in reading, math and language skills. Students may take these classes to move into GED preparation class or to improve skills before entering college or vocational training.
General Educational Development (GED)
General Educational Development (GED) classes prepare adults to take the GED test. This course of study is designed to prepare students for the five subject areas of the GED test: Language Arts Writing, Social Studies, Science, Language Arts Reading, and Mathematics. This program is monitored to ensure student progression.
Literacy classes offer reading instruction for all levels. Whether one reads a little or not at all, our literacy program offers reading classes for every level from beginner to college prep. A variety of instructional methods is used in these classes.
Adult High School
Adult High School classes offer courses for adults who have some high school credits, test above the ninth grade level on the TABE test, and wish to pursue the standard credit high school diploma.
English for Speakers of Other Languages
ESOL classes serve adults with limited English language abilities. They work on skills in speaking, reading, writing and understanding English. Whatever the skill level, these classes can help adults live and work in an English-speaking country.
Community Education classes are interest-driven classes offered
to the community as needed. Any time there is an interest in or
demand for training, new classes can be created. These neat
classes include computer training, Conversational Spanish and
French, the arts, dance, and more.
For more information on any of our education programs, please call
863.965.5475 or visit our Contact Us page.