Adult Education Programs

 GED Preparation Classes 

Adult Basic and Literacy Education (Aspire) programs are part of the University System of Ohio. The purpose of the program is to assist adults (18 and over) with increasing reading, math and writing skills in order to: pass the GED tests, earn an Ohio Certificate of High School Equivalence, prepare for work and post-secondary education, and partner in the education of their children.  With assistance, students can move at their own pace from very basic educational skills to high school subject matter, and then to qualifying for testing and their diplomas.  

Daytime and evening Adult Education/GED classes are free of charge and held throughout the calendar year. Family literacy and online, distance learning classes are also available. 

For more information, please contact Lynn Payton at (937) 505-4355.


For information on Official GED Testing, please click GED.

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