Adult Education

Vision

Every Texan, regardless of age, is entitled to basic education.

Mission

The mission of adult education and family literacy is to ensure that all adults
who live in Texas have the skills necessary to function effectively in
their personal and family lives, in the workplace, and in the community.

 

Adult Secondary Education Classes

Adult Secondary Education classes include basic education and General Educational Development (GED®)  preparation classes focused on helping students obtain the knowledge and skills necessary for employment, self-sufficiency and GED® certificate completion.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL Classes)

English for Speakers of Other Languages classes help adults improve their English proficiency with curriculum focusing on reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. ESOL students will gain knowledge and skills that will help them become active and informed parents, workers and community members.

Distance Learning

Distance learning classes are designed for students who are unable to attend regularly scheduled Adult Education classes Monday through Friday. The sessions are held primarily online using Internet activities with face-to-face workbook practice and tutoring sessions.

Preparing Adults for College and Career Transition (PACCT)

PACCT is a FREE intensive college preparation program designed to help adult students gain the knowledge and skills necessary for long-term college success. Course content areas include Introduction to College Algebra, Introduction to College Reading and Writing, and Student Development.

 

 On-line registration is not available for Adult Education classes.
Students must register for classes in person on designated dates.

 

Northside Learning Center
6632 Bandera Road, Building B
San Antonio, TX 78238
(210) 397-8109