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  • Citizenship Test Preparation

    Are you on the path to becoming a U.S. Citizen? This Citizenship Test Preparation program provides opportunities for adults to work with an instructor to learn about the United States naturalization process. Citizenship test preparation will teach the reading, writing, listening and speaking skills needed to pass the naturalization interview. Students will learn: The rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizenship U.S. history U.S. government Civics Classes are offered four times each week and you can mix and match to attend at the times that work best for you. Please contact Maria Burnham at (651) 982-8302 or mburnham@flaschools.org to learn more and to register.
  • Volunteers Needed!

    Help adults learn basic skills in reading, writing and math. Volunteers may attend workshops to learn how to tutor adults using various techniques. Opportunities are also available to tutor foreign-born adults in English as a Second Language. Call (651) 982-8302 to volunteer today!
  • Adult Basic Education (ABE)

    Adult Basic Education classes are: Designed for adults Learner centered Offered year round Confidential Free of charge Self-paced Flexible on-going start dates Basic Skills Refresher – Are you preparing to enter college or wanting to brush up on your reading, writing or math skills? Based on your individual needs, you will be guided through activities and materials to help you meet your educational goals. English as a Second Language – Are you or someone you know interested in improving their English? Foreign-born adults are welcome to work one-on-one or in small groups with teachers or tutors to improve their English skills. Students can enter the program with any level of English language skill and move through the program at their own pace. Family Learning - This is an ideal program for parents with young children who want to work on their own learning goals. Children attend preschool or childcare programs while parents participate in parent education classes and work on goals that may include GED, English or basic skills. Families enjoy lunch together, participate in guided learning experiences and get ideas for home activities. Call for enrollment information. Sep-May Tue & Thu 11:15-3:30pm
  • GED Test Preparation

    Work individually or in small groups with the guidance of a licensed teacher to prepare for taking your GED tests. We will determine where you need extra support in order to pass all four sections of the GED test. You will have access to instructional materials and timed practice tests. You and your instructor will determine when you are prepared to take each section of the computer based version of the GED. GED-i online test preparation is available on a limited basis to learners who qualify.
  • GED Testing

    MAKE AN INVESTMENT - Adults who have their degree make more money and are prepared for college! The GED® test is a four-subject high school equivalency test that measures skills required by high schools and requested by colleges and employers. The four subjects are Science, Social Studies, Mathematical Reasoning, and Reasoning Through Language Arts. After you pass the GED® test, your diploma or credential will be issued by your state but you’ll receive a GED® transcript to apply to college, start training, or get a better job. Visit www.ged.com to learn more or to make an appointment to take the test.