Adult Education

Adult Education

The Adult Education department offers classes, programs and services to assist community members 16 years of age and older to improve their basic skills in reading, writing and/or mathematics; prepare for the High School Equivalency credential; or, for non-native speakers, to learn to read, write and speak English with increasing fluency.  Those students 16 and 17 years of age must provide a letter of separation from high school upon entry to GED preparation classes.

Contact Information

Jaime Schrader
Office: C1210

High School Equivalency preparation classes prepare you for the high school equivalency tests. Many support programs are available to help you along the way.

English as a Second Language (ESL) classes strengthen English reading, writing, and listening skills for employment, college, and student success.

Registration & Orientation for Kishwaukee College Adult Education (High School Equivalency and English as a Second Language) is held before the start of each semester.

Workforce Transitions serves adults, dislocated workers, and youth by offering career & training services through funding provided by the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA).