Adult Education & Literacy

Adult Secondary Education (ASE)Classes

Adult Secondary Education classes include basic education and preparation classes for any of the Texas Certificates of High School Equivalency.  There are now three high school equivalency testing options in Texas:  the GED test, the HiSET exam and the TASC test.  Upon the successful completion of a single provider's exams, the test taker will be issued a State of Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency.. ASE Classes also integrate the knowledge and skills necessary for employment and self-sufficiency.

Click here to get more information about the different tests available. 

As a result of Adult Secondary Education class participation, students are better equipped to:

  • Help their children in their educational development
  • Complete a Texas Cerficate of High School Equivalency (TxCHSE)
  • Begin post-secondary education
  • Improve career options and opportunities

Registration and testing for Adult classes must be done in person.  Please note, testing will take approximately 3 hours.  No children allowed during testing.

Dates and times for registration for Spring sememster coming soon! 

Teen TxCHSE Class

A TxCHSE preparation class is available for 16, 17 and 18 year old students.  

Requirements for 16 yr old students:

  • Court Ordered
  • Proof of withdrawal from school

Requirements for 17 & 18 yr old students

  • Proof of withdrawal from school

Parent/Guardian MUST accompany the teen for one hour of the orientation, after initial hour, student will take a placement test.  

Testing and registration dates for teen class will be coming soon!

Please bring ALL necessary paperwork on registration day.  

Registration and testing will take place the same day

College Readiness & Career Pathways

These classes are intended for High School & TxCHSE graduates who are looking toward a college or vocational school future.  Classes will prepare students to transition into college level secondary education. Career pathways can give students the tools necessary to enter and succeed in the workforce.  


For more information call 210-397-8109