Improving Your Skills Can Take You Places!
Free Adult Education classes are offered in partnership with River Valley Resources. The classes at Harrison County Lifelong Learning are designed to help students master basic skills and successfully pass the new high school equivalency for Indiana. Additionally, adults who have graduated from high school are welcome to attend if they need to improve skills in preparation for employment, career advancement or college entrance exams.
Each student enrolled in Adult Education classes completes the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) to assess their skills. A conference then allows the student and teacher to review the assessment test results and develop specific goals for course completion. Transition Specialists are available to help students explore post secondary education and employment opportunities.
Students interested in registering for class must call Harrison County Lifelong Learning at (812) 738-7736
Class Schedule: Wednesdays
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Students younger than 18 must be officially exited from a high school or homeschool to enroll and participate in Adult Education classes. An Exit Interview, signed by a principal, must be brought to the Orientation session.
English Language Learner (ELL) classes are taught in Harrison County in conjunction with the Adult Education classes. Classes are open to students from non-English speaking homes interested in improving their communication fluency.