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    Guilford Technical Community College
   
 
  Sep 19, 2017
 
 
    
2015-2016 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Adult Education


Adult Education

Adult Basic Education (ABE)

(336) 334-4822 + extension
High Point: H3 #124, ext. 55066
Greensboro: Adult Education Center, ext. 53107
http://www.gtcc.edu/continuing-education-(con-ed)/adult-education-programs/adult-basic-education.aspx

The Adult Basic Education (ABE) Program is designed to help adults improve basic reading, writing, and math skills. ABE classes are held on the High Point and Greensboro campuses, as well as in many other locations throughout the community.

Adult High School (AHS)

(336) 334-4822 + extension
High Point: H3 #124, ext. 55008
Greensboro: Adult Education Center, ext. 53049
http://www.gtcc.edu/continuing-education-(con-ed)/adult-education-programs/adult-high-school.aspx

The Adult High School (AHS) Program is for adults who want to earn a high school diploma. Students must provide an official transcript from the last school attended, maintain strict attendance, and complete 24 credits to receive a diploma. AHS classes are held on the High Point and Greensboro campuses, as well as in many other locations throughout the community.

Compensatory Education (CED)

(336) 334-4822 + extension
High Point: H1 #129, ext. 55010
Greensboro: Adult Education Center, ext. 53084
http://www.gtcc.edu/compensatoryEducation

Compensatory Education (CED) is designed specifically for adults with intellectual disabilities. CED classes will help students to develop, improve, or master skills needed to function as independently as possible in the community and the workplace. Classes are held both on and off-campus. Compensatory Education students must be 17 years of age or older and must have a written diagnosis of an intellectual disability from a medical doctor, psychologist, or psychiatrist. CED classes are held on the High Point and Greensboro campuses, as well as in many other locations throughout the community.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) or (ESL)

(336) 334-4822 + extension
High Point: H4 #128, ext. 55001
Greensboro: Adult Education Center, ext. 53038
http://www.gtcc.edu/continuing-education-(con-ed)/adult-education-programs/esol-or-esl.aspx

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) is for adults whose first language is not English. Students can improve their listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading, and writing skills. GTCC offers free basic, beginning, intermediate, and advanced level courses, as well as TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) preparation and citizenship classes. At the High Point campus, we also offer classes that help prepare students to take the General Educational Development (GED) test in Spanish.

General Education Development (GED)

(336) 334-4822 + extension
High Point: H3 #124, ext. 55043
Greensboro: Adult Education Center, ext. 53107
http://www.gtcc.edu/continuing-education-(con-ed)/adult-education-programs/general-education-development.aspx

The General Education Development (GED) Program is a self-paced, flexible program that prepares adults 18 years and older who want to earn a high school equivalency diploma. The GED diploma is the legal equivalent of a traditional high school diploma and serves the same purpose in meeting most college admissions and job requirements. GED classes are held on the High Point and Greensboro campuses, as well as in many other locations throughout the community. The GED test will change in 2014, and scores from the previous version of the test will expire at the end of 2013.