Adult education offers classes, programs and services to assist with improving basic
skills, preparing for a high school equivalency credential and developing fluency
Our adult education classes help people develop English skills or prepare to take
the official test to earn their high school equivalency (GED®) as an alternative to a high school diploma. These are free, noncredit classes for
people 16 years of age and older.
Strengthen and develop your English language skills for employment, college and personal
The Family Literacy Program offers child care to parents who are enrolled in Adult
This program offers on-site child care with educational activities for children whose
parents are attending Adult Basic Education, High School Equivalency preparation classes
or ESL classes. Classes and funds are limited to select locations. Contact program
coordinator Patti Wragg at 815-825-9386 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Due to COVID-19, onsite child care services are currently unavailable.
The Kishwaukee College Foundation welcomed new members to its Board of Directors while bidding farewell to outgoing members during their May annual meeting. Geri-Dee Hayden, T.J. Irving and Jackee Ohlinger retired from their positions on the Board of Directors upon completion of their terms.
Kishwaukee College is committed to supporting a strong regional workforce by creating partnerships with local businesses, which in turn provides opportunities for students and job seekers in our communities.