- Only 60 % of graduating seniors would pass the GED Exam
- 95% of U.S. colleges accept the GED for entrance
- Four Subjects tested: Math, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies
Basic Facts About Lifelong Learning at Sullivan Center, Adult Education and Training,
- Adult Education program for students 17 and older
- Main campus is Sullivan Center, located at 206 Wilkins Street, Greenville
- Open daily, evenings, and Saturdays
- Largest Adult Education Program in South Carolina:
- Official GED Testing Center for the SC Department of Adult Education and has provided testing for over 8000 testers since 2010.
GED Preparation Classes
The GED Testing Service sets the passing rate for the GED Test in all subjects. The minimum passing score is 145 instead of 150. 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.
GED preparation classes are held at the Sullivan Center, 206 Wilkins St., Mon-Thu from 9:00am - 1:00pm with enrichment and tutoring activities from 1:00pm to 2:30pm and Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 4:00pm - 8:00pm. Students can take classes to prepare for the Reading/Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies tests. Excellent teachers work with students to assist them in passing the GED test.
NOTE: All students must be registered, tested, and have ALL FEES paid in full before attending the first class.
- Cost: $80 per semester CASH ONLY!
- Classes to prepare adults to take the GED test
- GED Preparation Classes are given in Language Arts, Math, Science, Writing, and Social Studies.
For more information, call 355-6088
GED Basic Skills Classes
Have you been out of school for awhile and want to brush up on your basic skills in order to get that new job or promotion? We offer basic skills classes in the following subjects: Math, Language Arts, Reading, and Writing. Our caring, qualified instructors understand your fear of going back to school, and are there to help you achieve your dreams and be a success!
Daytime Programs Registration and Testing
Sullivan Center, 206 Wilkins Street
For more information, call 864-355-6088.
You came to Lifelong Learning to earn a diploma but we offer you much more while you are here. It is value added extra help to prepare you for what you are going to do after you graduate. Are you going to work? Or go to post-secondary education? Or do both?
Lifelong Learning has five College and Career Navigators (CCN’s) who can work with you to help plan your future. They can help you explore the best path for your future. They help you determine your aptitudes and interests so that you take the right training. You will be coached with writing your resume and cover letter and learn how to dress appropriately when you go for an interview. They will help you understand the world of work culture. Getting to work on time, being honest, using good communication skills, and working hard are all important habits to develop when thinking about your future. You will also receive help with determining the right college or technical school for your chosen career path.
Earning your high school diploma will be a great accomplishment and your ticket to a better future. BUT, that ticket is not worth much if you do not use it to get a better job that pays more or going onto post-secondary education.