Welcome to Lifelong Learning
The main campus of Lifelong Learning is located at our Sullivan Center campus, 206 Wilkins Street, Greenville, SC 29605.
GED Testing Center
Winter/Spring GED Test dates are as follows:
NOTE that test events open three months at a time; this calendar is provided to help you plan for future test dates. To register for a GED Test you must go to www.ged.com to enter your personal data and pay for each test.
To earn a GED high school equivalent diploma you must earn a score of 145 or higher on each of the four subject tests: math, science, social studies, and reading/language arts.
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.
How long are each of the GED Test subjects?
Math is 115 minutes (short 3 minute break after question #5 to allow time to get calculator out of locker),
Science is 90 minutes (no breaks),
Social Studies is 70 minutes (no breaks),
Reasoning Through Language Arts is 150 minutes (10 minutes break between parts 2 and 3) with 45 minutes for the written essay.
This information can be found on www.ged.com under the heading of “Test Subjects”.
Lifelong Learning is Now Offering Evening and Weekend GED Testing
In September 2018 more test events were added to the testing schedule. The tests dates are posted on the Lifelong Learning home page for three months in advance with a link to a longer calendar.
Sullivan Center Registration Information
The dates to register are below. 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.
High School Units Information:
Registration times for DAY
January 29th and 30th
February 19th and 20th
March 12th and 13th
April 2nd and 3rd
Registration Time: 8:45 AM
Must be present BOTH days to complete registration
Registration times for EVENING
Day classes: 9:00pm - 1:00pm, Monday-Thursday
Evening classes 4:00pm - 8:00pm, Tuesday and Thursday
English As A
Second Language Registration and Testing Information
Graduation for Lifelong Learning will be Thursday, May 30th, 2019 at 6:00 PM at Wade Hampton High School. Will you be in line to get your diploma?
The two Greenville County Schools Adult Education Programs, Lifelong Learning and Satellite Diploma Program, held their 2017-18 school year graduation on May 30, 2018 at Wade Hampton High School at 6:00 pm. Family, friends, 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.
Greenville Journal Class Acts - The June edition of Class Acts has been published on the Greenville Journal website
Lifelong Learning's Sullivan Center offers free WIN Learning and WorkKeys Upgrade Classes and free WIN Learning testing. WorkKeys® is an employment skills assessment system.