Adult Education Program Services

Academic Assessment - Students are required to take beginning pre-tests, including reading, writing, math, science, and social studies, to find out which areas they need the most help in. Post tests will be given periodically to determine progress.
Adult Basic Education Classes - Reading writing, math, science, and social studies for those who finished school at or below the 8th grade.
College Prep Classes - Instruction in higher academic areas designed to prepare high school and GED graduates for the college world.

English Literacy Classes (English as Second Language) - Classes providing non-English speaking people with the language skills needed to succeed in other education / training programs and to cope more effectively with the challenges of their daily lives.
Civics Education Classes - Classes providing integrated English literacy and civics education services to immigrants and other limited-English proficient populations so that they may effectively participate in the education, work and civic opportunities of this country. Instructional activities shall include, but not be limited to, the rights and responsibilities of citizenship, U. S. history and government, and naturalization procedures. These instructional activities will enhance instructional programs by allowing providers to be more responsive to individual needs.

Work Keys
All Adult Education clients are eligible to receive WorkKeys Certification in the following areas:

Contact Information:
Director - Donnie Sweeney
dsweeney@nwscc.edu
(256) 331-5438
Secretary - Rose Hamilton
rhamilton@nwscc.edu
(256) 331-5440


Testing / Advising Specialist - Kem Grissom
kgrissom@nwscc.edu
(256) 331-5443
GED Online Instructor - Betty Stone
bstone@nwscc.edu
(256) 331-8175

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