Programs of Study
INTRODUCTION TO ADULT EDUCATION
All adult education program participants start with this 12-hour class to determine what skills are needed, learn more about the many program options, determine learning styles, develop goals and plans, and register for their classes. The class meets in Chiefland at least three times every eight-week session.
BEGINNING READING PROGRAM
The beginning reading program provides introductory reading and language skills.
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
The adult basic education program provides fundamental reading, writing, math, and life skills for adults.
The pre-GED program provides students with the reading, writing, math, science, and social studies skill levels needed to enroll in the GED preparation program.
The GED preparation program prepares participants for academic and personal success through obtaining the necessary skills required to pass the official GED tests in order to be awarded a State of Florida high school diploma. We have a 99% pass rate for “Success Plan” program participants.
ADULT HIGH SCHOOL
The adult high school programs (full-time and co-enrollment) are designed to provide students the opportunity to be co-enrolled to earn credits, or to be enrolled full-time to earn a standard high school diploma. Adult high school coursework is provided through online (distance learning) services.
Vocational preparatory instruction and remediation are provided to CF students who do not meet minimum TABE scores for their vocational program.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
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