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Adult Basic Education (ABE)

Objective: To help adult learners acquire basic skills in reading, writing, mathematics, and computer literacy, thereby enhancing their employment prospects, preparing for further education, and improving overall quality of life.

Program Features

  • Flexible Scheduling: Classes offered during daytime, evenings, and weekends to accommodate adult learners’ diverse schedules.
  • Personalized Learning Paths: Tailored instruction based on individual skill levels and goals.
  • Supportive Environment: Emphasis on a supportive, respectful learning environment for adults returning to education.

Curriculum Overview

  • Literacy Skills:

    • Reading: Developing basic reading skills, comprehension strategies.
    • Writing: Basic grammar, sentence structure, and writing simple texts.
  • Numeracy Skills:

    • Mathematics: Basic arithmetic, introduction to algebra and geometry.
    • Practical application of math in everyday life and basic financial literacy.
  • Computer Literacy:

    • Basic computer skills: Understanding computer operation, using word processing software, navigating the internet.
    • Digital literacy: Safe and effective use of digital tools and resources.
  • Life Skills Education:

    • Courses in areas like health education, citizenship, and community participation.
    • Focus on skills essential for daily living and employment.

Assessment and Progression

  • CASAS Assessments: To gauge progress and adapt teaching methods to individual needs.
  • Progress Tracking: Continual monitoring of student progress with feedback sessions.

Support Services

  • Academic Advising: Personalized guidance on academic progress and future educational or career paths.
  • Tutoring and Support: Access to additional academic support, including language assistance for non-native English speakers.

Enrollment Process

  • CASAS Assessment: Initial skill assessments to determine starting levels in various subjects.
  • Orientation: Introduction to program resources, expectations, and support services.

Target Audience

  • Adults seeking to improve basic skills for personal development, employment, or further education.
  • Individuals who did not complete their formal education and wish to resume their studies.


  • Improved basic skills in reading, writing, math, and computer use.
  • Enhanced ability to pursue higher education or vocational training.
  • Increased employability and confidence in personal and professional endeavors.

Course Information

Classes are held weekly from Monday - Thursday   

Morning Schedule: 9:30am - 1:00pm                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

Evening Schedule: 5:30pm - 8:00pm

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