Elberton Campus

Elbert County Campus

Adult Education Services

Hours
Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm   Monday & Wednesday5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Adult Learning Center welcomes new students on a weekly basis and there is no charge to attend classes. Upon enrolling in the Adult Learning Center each student will be assessed using the TABE (Test of Adult Basic Education). A current Georgia ID is required to enroll in classes. Students under 18 years of age must provide an official letter of withdrawal from the last high school attended.

Based on information provided from TABE scores, the student will begin studying using appropriate materials assigned by their instructor. Computer instruction, individual, whole group and small group classes are used in addition to traditional textbooks to ensure the student has every opportunity to prepare for successful completion of the GED test, which encompasses four content areas: Science, Math, Social Studies, and Language Arts.

Specific academic skills are available to students requiring COMPASS preparation or English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction. Enrollment follows the same guidelines as the traditional GED student.

GED testing is held each semester on the Elbert County Campus. Pre-registration is required. This paper based test is held over the course of two days. Day one testing consists of Mathematics and Language Arts/Writing. Day two testing is comprised of Social Studies, Science, and Language Arts/Reading. Testing costs $160.00 for the entire GED test ($32.00 per section). Scholarships are available for residents of Elbert County that meet the following requirements:

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To register for classes at the Elbert County Adult Learning Center, or to receive more information on our program, please contact:

Jill Gaddy (706)213-2141, Email: jgaddy@athenstech.edu
Kaye Christian (706)213-2141, Email:kchristian@athenstech.edu

Fax: (706)213-2115

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