Adult Basic Education

What is Adult Basic Education?

Classes help students review/develop their skills in basic reading, writing, and mathematics.  The mechanics of grammar, punctuation, spelling, composition, letter and report writing, vocabulary development, speech improvement, use of the library, dictionary and other reference tools will be covered.  This course will also review addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, decimals, fractions, percentages, positive and negative numbers.  Graphs, simple equations, formulas, math terminology and practical applications will also be covered.  This class will help students to develop the skills necessary to qualify for the diploma programs.
For specific course offerings, please see individual campus course schedules or call one of our offices for more information.

Where to Start:  CASAS Pre-Test Assessment

All new or returning students (after one year of absence) must take an assessment test prior to the start of the class.
Students must register online or in person.  Please bring the following items to the assessment test:
  • A valid picture ID with birth date (State ID, Driver's License, Passport, or Military ID)
  • Students age 16-17:  Approved release papers (Form 4140) from home high school

Course Fees

Enrollment Fee:  $20 per course
Books/Supplies:  Varies