Basic Skills & English Language

Adult Education & Basic Skills

The Adult Education & Basic Skills department offers classes, programs and services to assist community members 18 years of age and older to improve their basic skills in reading writing and/or mathematics; prepare for the High School Equivalency credential; or, for non-native speakers, to learn to read, write and speak English with increasing fluency.

Contact Information

Jaime Schrader
Office: C1210

High School Equivalency preparation classes prepare you for the high school equivalency tests. Many support programs are available to help you along the way.

English as a Second Language (ESL) classes strengthen English reading, writing, and listening skills for employment, college, and student success.

The Literacy Program has one purpose: to improve the reading, math or English language skills for adults whose literacy levels are below the 9th grade.