Adult Education

We help community members, age 16+, who want to

  • develop better English language, literacy, and life skills
  • earn a secondary (high school) equivalency certificate
  • transition into post-secondary (after high school) education
Adult Education classes and programs are non-credit, tuition-free, and part-time for community residents including

Adult Education students receive support from their instructors, adult literacy tutors, and a bilingual Adult Education Navigator to connect them with college departments and employment support.

Students must register with the Adult Education Department. Call (815) 455-8752 to schedule an appointment to register or for more information.

If you would like us to contact you about English as a Second Language, citizenship test preparation class, or high school equivalency preparation classes, please provide us with the following information.

Give us your information in this online form.