Adult Basic Education
The ABE program includes basic reading, writing, and math skills. These FREE classes are appropriate for beginning adult readers through the intermediate reading level as determined by our assessment tests.
Students may enter ABE courses at any time and progress at their own pace. ABE students receive targeted reading and math instruction in a small group environment by trained specialists in our classrooms and computer labs so that they may transition to intermediate reading and GED level classes.
For more information about ABE classes or to enroll, call (336) 506-4376.
The ABLE (Adult Basic Literacy Education) program offers FREE courses to adults with developmental disabilities who are interested in basic academic skills, independent and community living skills, and consumer education with a goal of employment and self-sufficiency.
Our classes meet in the morning and afternoon. They offer reading and math adaptive activities and additional opportunities for students in computer instruction as well as music and therapeutic experiences.
For more information about ABLE classes, contact the Coordinator, Jennifer Mock (336) 506-4308.
To enter the ABLE program please contact Loretta Evans or (336) 506-4327 for an individual appointment.
Career College is a collaboration of Human Resources Development, Student Services and Academic & Career Readiness to provide a post-secondary experience with vocational tracks for adults with disabilities.
This program is a unique opportunity for students to become certified as Health & Public Services Assistants or Automotive Assistants. Designed for graduates of high school Occupational Course of Study programs, Career College incorporates a mixture of hands-on learning, computer and job seeking skills, as well as basic reading and math skills for qualified students. Applicants must be 18 years of age and must be referred by a High School OCS teacher, Vocational Rehabilitation, OE Enterprises, Transition Coordinator, or other instructor. Contact Monica Isbell for more information at (336) 506-4130.