Tuition & Fees
$30 Tuition (per Term)
$10 Annual Activity Fee
$10 Testing Fee (initial placement)
Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Monday – Thursday 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Day Classes: Monday – Friday
8:15 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Evening Classes: Monday – Thursday
5:15 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Registration is now available online. Click Below:
Adult Basic Education (ABE)
ABE encompasses a combination of the following instructional components:
ABE Basic Skills Related Instruction:
– Basic Computer Literacy
Our ABE program is competency based—students work at their own pace. The teachers work with students in large group, small group and one-to-one learning experiences to ensure that students can achieve their maximum potential in a minimum amount of time.
TABE scores are good for two years. ABE is structured with thirteen classes starting at 8:30 a.m., Monday through Friday. Our evening classes are offered from 5:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
We offer face-to-face classes and online enrichment classes that go hand-in-hand with our comprehensive day and evening program.
The ABE instructors maintain small class sizes in an environment that is conducive to the preferences of adult learners.
The program is open entry, open exit thus allowing a student to complete when he/she meets their Basic Skills Requirement. Upon completion, the student will then be transferred to General Educational Development (GED) depending on their career or technical program.
General Educational Development (GED) Preparation
GED Preparation includes five subject areas measured in the GED tests:
– Language Arts
– Reading, Language Arts
– Writing, Mathematics
– Social Studies
This program provides access to individualized instruction in preparation for the tests of General Educational Development(GED) to those students who do not have a high school diploma and intend to enroll or are currently enrolled in WorkforceEducation Program.
Students engage in learning experiences with certified teachers who guide their learning in one-to-one, small group and large group instructional formats.
Students also engage in a variety of computer-based learning experiences that include:
Key Components of Skills Tutor:
– Promotes higher-order thinking skills in reading, language, writing and mathematics
– Covers all areas assessed on GED
– Provides practice lessons, tests and diagnostic materials
Skills Tutor: A self-paced supplemental learning program that allows adult learners to confidently practice skills in an interactive web-based learning environment. The content is aligned with state and national standards to support preparation for the GED.
Burlington English: Used in both our ABE/GED classrooms and our ESOL, or English Speakers of Other Languages classrooms, the web-based program offers a unique blended program for learning and improving English. It allows for face-to-face classroom activities and anytime-anywhere access to interactive courses.
GED Testing: GED testing is not offered on this campus. Click on this link for further testing information:
English for Speakers of OtherLanguages (ESOL):
The English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program prepares students to communicate competently in English in appropriate situations and perform in the skill areas of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, with equal value placed on each.
The ESOL Program is a competency-based language arts program that provides instructional opportunities for adult Limited English Proficient (LEP) or Potentially English Proficient (PEP) students. The length of the program is based upon the study needs of each student. This English for Speakers of Other Languages program is open-entry/open-exit, which allows students to enter and exit the program when their individual needs have been met.
All of our teachers are professional educators certified in ESOL. Classes are given throughout the day to fit adult students’ schedules. The ESOL program focuses on conversation, pronunciation and grammar along with reading and writing skills. Hablamos Español. Nou Pale Kreyol.