GED Prep & Testing
The General Educational Development tests, better known as the GED, measure the general knowledge and thinking skills that it takes to earn a high school diploma. Most employers and colleges require a diploma or its equivalent for employment, promotion, or admission.
High School Diploma
The Lifelong Learning Department offers High School Diploma classes as part of the Sullivan Center daytime program. All new high school diploma students must bring completed Alternative Assignment with an official, signed transcript from their home high school.
English as a Second Language
Learning to speak English well may be the best thing you can do to improve your life. Good English language skills will help you obtain better employment, improve your personal life, and build self-confidence. Sign up today and get started with the rest of your life!
A valuable tool for showing an employer what job skills and what smart skills you have. Lifelong Learning is an authorized site to administer the WIN test. Please check below to learn more about free classes, dates, and how to register to take this assessment.