Need help enrolling in college?

POSTED BY nsm ON February 5, 2018

Our new FREE Crossover to College class is designed to help students with the process of choosing a course of study, applying to the college, and completing the financial aid process.  This class will meet Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:00 – 2:30 pm at the Dillingham Center with a hybrid option to prepare for the placementRead More…

Qualify for free college classes!

POSTED BY nsm ON December 6, 2017

Graduates of our GED, HiSET, and Adult High School programs earn a certificate for one free college curriculum or continuing education class at ACC.  Students who are currently enrolled in our program may also qualify for free college classes through our Basic Skills Plus program. 

GED and HiSET test fee scholarships available now!

POSTED BY nsm ON June 6, 2014

Thanks to a generous grant from the Alamance County United Way, we are pleased to announced that we now have scholarship funds for qualified students enrolled in our program to help pay the cost of GED and HiSET testing fees. Call us at (336) 506-4376 or email to enroll in our program today andRead More…

ESL program offers free childcare, computer, and online classes

POSTED BY nsm ON July 29, 2013

Are you learning English as an adult? Our ESL program offers free childcare, computer literacy classes, online classes, and lots of other options to meet your needs.  To learn more, call (336) 506-4380 or visit our ESL page.

Adult High School now available online

POSTED BY nsm ON July 29, 2013

Students can now earn credits online through our FREE Adult High School diploma program.  Prospective students may transfer credit in to our program from previous high schools by providing a sealed, official transcript from each school attended.  To graduate, students must complete the number of credits required by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. Read More…

The GED test is changing!

POSTED BY nsm ON November 14, 2012

The GED test is changing! We are moving forward and preparing students for the 2014 GED test series.   Click here to learn more about the test changes.