Tuesday, July 26, 2016
206 Wilkins Street ♦ Greenville, S.C. 29605 ♦ 864-355-6088 ♦ FAX: 864-355-6077

Welcome to Lifelong Learning

Education and Training for Adults

visit United Way of Greenville County!

The main campus of Lifelong Learning is located at our Sullivan Center campus, 206 Wilkins Street, Greenville, SC 29605.

Registration 2016
Fall Session GED Classes - Day
August 15 and 16 or August 17 and 18
Must attend both days to be registered
High School Diploma (units) Classes
August 15 or August 17
Time 8:45am

Fall Session GED Classes - Evening
September 6
Time 4:00pm

Fees are Cash only. New students must pay $40 registration fee (only paid once a year) and $80 for day classes or $40 for evening classes. Fees are payable at registration. Unit classes are $80 per unit

 

LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAM INFORMATION

2016 Fall GED Classes and High School Units Locations - Call 864-355-6088 for more information

Sullivan Center Fall Registration Information

The dates to register are on the right side. Payment of fees is cash only and all fees must be paid in full before starting classes. Everyone pays a $40 registration fee once a year.

GED Information:
GED Fall class fee is $80 for day classes. Evening class fee is $40. The GED registration, orientation, and TABE testing takes two mornings.

High School Units Information:
Students take one unit at a time. A student must have earned 16 units to be able to enroll. Registration and orientation will take about one hour. Testing is not required. Fees are $80 per unit.

The GED Testing Service recently recalculated the passing rate for the GED Test in all subjects. The new passing score is 145 instead of 150. If you have taken the test and passed any part of the GED Test with a score of 145 to 149, you have now passed that test. If you have passed one or more tests, please get busy and study on the other subjects, retake the GED Ready in that test, and try again if your scores show you are ready to retake the real test.

Fall session dates are August 29-January 12

Day classes:9:00-1:00, Monday-Thursday

Evening classes 4:00-8:00, Tuesday and Thursday

English As A Second Language
864-355-6050

Click here for registration and testing information

Clases de Verano

Child Care Training
864-355-6053

Informational Form

WorkKeys Review Classes and Testing
864-355-6088

Workkeys Brochure for Summer 2016

 


Lifelong Learning's Sullivan Center is an official GED® Testing Center for the Upstate. The Greenville GED Testing Center is located at the main campus at 206 Wilkins Street.

Lifelong Learning's Sullivan Center offers WorkKeys Upgrade Classes and the WorkKeys tests for the Upstate. WorkKeys® is an employment skills assessment system.

Employers use WorkKeys® to measure workplace skills of employees and job applicants. You can earn the WorkReady SC Career Readiness Certificate(CRC) by taking the three assessments and scoring at least a "3" on each. Click here for more information

 

Click here for Lifelong Learning's
School Profile

 

Greenville County Schools 2015 District Progress Report

 

Brenda Deener Recognized as Teacher of the Year

L-R: Jimmie Lou Vaughn, Brenda Deener, Dr. Chuck Welch. Click on the picture to read why Ms. Deener is a winner!

The two Adult Education Programs, Lifelong Learning and Satellite Diploma Program, held their 2015-2016 school year graduation on May 25, 2016 at Wade Hampton High School at 6:00 pm. Family, friends, husbands, wives, guests, and school board members celebrated the graduates who marched during the one-hour ceremony. The graduates earned either a regular high school diploma or passed the national GED Test to earn a high school equivalent diploma. Many earned a WorkKeys certificate as well.

 

The two Adult Education Programs, Lifelong Learning and Satellite Diploma Program, held their 2014-2015 school year graduation on May 27, 2015 at Wade Hampton High School at 6:00 pm. Family, friends, husbands, wives, guests, and school board members celebrated the 65 graduates who marched during the one-hour ceremony. The graduates earned either a regular high school diploma or passed the national GED Test to earn a high school equivalent diploma. Many earned a WorkKeys certificate as well. A total of 116 students earned a diploma during the school year.