Adult Education

Pathways to Empowerment Through Life-long Learning

Adult Education offers instruction and programs for adults 16 years of age or older who are not enrolled (or required to be enrolled) in secondary school; do not have a secondary diploma (or its recognized equivalent); or are unable to speak, read or write the English language. Classes and services are offered at the Belleville, Sam Wolf Granite City and Red Bud campuses; the East St. Louis Community College Center; and at many extension centers throughout the district. All classes are free.   

Program Highlights

Joe Zdroj

Joe Zdjroj earned a GED and applied for SWIC scholarships. He's interested in a career in geography. ...Full Story

Jamie Robinson

High School Equivalency

Jamie Robinson didn't let not finishing high school stop her from reaching her goals. ...Full Story

Ana Maria Martinez-Montero

High School Equivalency: Spanish

Ana Maria Martinez-Montero was the first graduate of Adult Education's Spanish High School Equivalency Program. ...Full Story

Sarah Shrout

High School Equivalency Certificate

Watch the first Adult Education video testimonial. ...Full Story

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