Adult Education and Literacy Programs
ESL Class Schedule & G.E.D. Class Schedule
2014-2015 Adult Education Classes
FOR HIGH SCHOOL MAKE UP CREDITS AND NIGHT SCHOOL CLICK THE
"EVENING HIGH SCHOOL" TAB ON THE LEFT
Adult Education Classes are starting soon for the 2014-2015 School Year!!!
Call us for info: (405) 231-2053
Opportunities await adults who want to learn or improve their English, improve basic skills or earn a GED.
Adults are currently enrolling in daytime and evening adult education classes across the district. Classes are open entry making it easier for adult students to access educational options at their convenience. Please peruse the attached schedules of classes and refer parents to a site near your school. Better yet, pass out our class schedules during parent conferences as a way to engage parents in the educational process. We all are aware that research indicates increasing parent participation in schools has a direct correlation on student academic outcomes.
- The Oklahoma City Adult Learning Center can support your school by offering an adult education class (ABE, ESL, GED prep) at your school with a guaranteed enrollment of twelve (12).
- The Oklahoma City Adult Learning Center can provide flyers for events where adult classes are scheduled.
- The Oklahoma City Adult Learning Center has staff that will advocate for the process of adult learning at your Open House and Parent Conferences or anytime at your request.
If you need further information, please call the Oklahoma City Adult Learning Center
******GED TESTING INFO******
You can schedule your testing date for GED at www.GED.com
The initial testing fee for the complete GED is $136.00. Students are also allowed to take each subject individually for $34.00 each.
Retest fees are $17.00 per section for the first two (2) retakes. The GED has 4 sections: Math, Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts. If you miss the test date, the fee will be charged again when you reschedule.
Our Testing Center is listed as the OK Family Literacy Center on 3500 N. Lindsay in Oklahoma City. Questions call (405) 231-2053 or (405) 587-1448.
You will need to bring a government-issued, photo ID*.
*If you are 16 or 17 years of age, you will need an additional form, called the RELEASE FORM FOR 16 AND 17 YEARS OLDS. It must be signed by an administrator from the school district in which you live and by a parent and will have to be approved at the OKC Family Literacy Testing Center prior to registering for the test. It informs the State that you are not enrolled in the public school system. The High School will notarize the form.