Join an Adult Education class focused on Growing Your Academic Potential!
We can help you prepare for what’s next:
Classes provide students the opportunity to build foundational skills and create a personal transition plan that involves exploring their next step. Some may be planning for college; others may be working on completing high school. In the state of Montana, the GED has been replaced by the HiSET (High School Equivalency Test). Many students join our classes to prepare for the HiSET.
What We Offer
Transition Classes prepare students for the next step in their education
In the state of Montana, the high school diploma equivalency test given is called the HiSET (High School Equivalency Test). This test gives students the same diploma as the GED. Enroll in the free class to help you study for and pass the HiSET test.
English Language Acquisition Classes for those who speak English as a second language
Classes provide non-native English speakers an opportunity to increase skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening in order to better understand English and effectively participate in government, education and the workplace.
How do I join a class?
Step 1: Take the TABE assessment (Test of Adult Basic Ed) to determine your skills
Step 2: Enroll in an Adult Education Course. See current course schedule
Step 3: Attend a 5 week transition class