Whether you are a current student in an adult education program or someone looking to enroll, investing in your education in one of the best investments you can make in life. This page is intended to introduce you to topics or resources that may be relevant to you on your educational journey.
Attending school again can place new demands on a hectic life. This page has a collection of community resources that may be able to support you while attending school.
Find a Program
The Office of Adult Education Initiatives supports programs all across Colorado that provide services that can help you get to the next level. Adult education programs help students prepare for the high school equivalency tests, develop their language skills, better communicate with their children or prepare for transitioning into the workplace and/or college. Services at these programs may include English as a second language development, reading, writing, math, digital literacy, job entry skills, workplace training or other skills that can help to make you more employable or transition into college. Find a program near you.
High School Equivalency/GED
As of April 1, 2016, a high school equivalency can be earned by passing one of three tests: GED, HiSET, or TASC. If you never received your high school diploma, then earning a high school equivalency is the next best thing.