Colleton County Adult Education continues to be recognized as a premier Adult Education program in South Carolina. Recognitions are awarded annually through a partnership between the Office of Adult Education (OAE), South Carolina Department of Education and the South Carolina Adult and Community Education (SCAACE) Association.

Awards of distinction were presented at the 2017-2018 Celebrating Our Success Luncheon hosted by the Office of Adult Education and the South Carolina Association of Adult and Community Education (SCAACE). This function was in conjunction with the Adult Education Spring Training Institute held at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. Opening remarks were provided by Mike King, Director of the SC Office of Adult Education and the keynote speaker was State Superintendent of Education, Molly Spearmen.

Mr. Joey Ritter was the 2017-2018 recipient of the JK East Full-Time Teacher of the Year Award. This award recognizes Mr. Ritter as the SC Teacher of the Year for Adult Education.

Mrs. Ginger Armentrout was the recipient of the 2017-2018 Paraprofessional/Administrative Assistant of the Year Award. This award recognizes Mrs. Armentrout as the South Carolina Administrative Assistant in Adult Education.

Both Ginger and Joey exemplify the commitment of adult education practitioners to well beyond what is required to ensure success for adult learners and practitioners in our field.

Colleton County Adult Education was awarded the State Post-Testing Award in recognition of our programs staff to demonstrate student achievement. Our program was ranked 9 out of 51 adult education programs across the state.

Colleton County Adult Education was presented the Performance Measures All ABE Measures Met Award. Faculty and staff at CCAE were among the 15 programs out of 51 adult education programs in South Carolina to receive this distinction.


My name is Brianna Lang.  I came to this school in late November in hopes of getting my GED.  Well here I am February 2nd and waiting on my certificate to come in the mail!  I am so grateful for the staff at Colleton County Adult Ed and how much they truly care about their students.

If it wasn't for the faith they had in me, I would not have been able to finish so quickly!!  Thank you!


 

Coming to Adult Education was one of the best opportunities I've ever experienced.  All the staff are extremely comforting and helpful.  Online and in the classroom allows you to work at your own pace, and helps you focus on what you don't know.

A huge thank you to Mrs. Ginger, Coach Ritter and Mr. Palmer for all of their encouragement and help!

 

 


 Colleton County Adult Education did a site visit to Crescent Dairy here in Walterboro.  Thank you to Blakely Stroble and Gabriel Pascual for allowing us to visit and showing us around.

 


Do you have transportation issues?

Do you have a problem getting to and from work and/or school?

Colleton County Adult Education has transportation available to you!!

How do you sign up??

You can come by our office at 609 Colleton Loop, call our office at 843-782-0018 or send an email to ldjones@colletonsd.org.

We need your name, phone number, pickup and drop off location, work/class/training start time, return trip time and the days you need transported.

There is no charge for transportation to classes or work.  There is a $1 charge to go anywhere else in Colleton County (i.e. Dr.’s appointment, drug store, etc.).**

**ALL routes are dependent upon numbers.


 

Our next intake for morning classes is on Tuesday, February 20 beginning at 8:00 A.M.  Please plan to stay until 11:00.  The intake process takes 3 days to complete.  Morning classes are Monday - Thursday from 8:00 - 11:00 A.M.

 

Our intake for evening classes is Tuesday, February 27th at 5:00 P.M.  Evening classes are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00 - 8:00 P.M.


THE NEXT MORNING WORKKEYS TEST WILL BE ON THURSDAY, March 1st AT THE COLLETON ADULT LEARNING CENTER, 609 COLLETON LOOP. 

TESTING WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 8:00 A.M.

 

THE NEXT EVENING WORKKEYS® TEST WILL BE ON TUESDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 20TH AND THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22ND AT THE COLLETON ADULT LEARNING CENTER, 609 COLLETON LOOP.

TESTING WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 5:00 P.M.

 

  PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  YOU CAN STOP BY  7:30 A.M. TO 3:00 P.M., MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY AND 7:30 A.M. TO 7:30 P.M. ON TUESDAY AND THURSDAY.

 YOUR SC ID IS REQUIRED TO TAKE THE WORKKEYS TEST 

FOR PRICING INFORMATION PLEASE CLICK ON THE CAREER READINESS/WORKKEYS LINK TO THE LEFT


 ***REMIND 101***

If you would like to receive reminders and updates from Colleton County Adult Education, please sign up for our Remind 101 texting service.  Text 81010 on your cell phone and put @3gc86d as a text message.  It will ask you to enter your full name.  We will send you reminders about any upcoming events or cancellations via text.


Colleton County Bus Driver Applicants

 All testing and classes free.

CCSD Transportation Employees

We Appreciate and Value You.


 

Are you interested in HVAC Training & Certification??  Follow this link and fill out this survey:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/colletoncounty-hvac.  Go to www.aimhigheducationsc.com for more information.

 


 

ATTENTION ALL CNA/CRC STUDENTS FOR VETERANS VICTORY HOUSE!!

INTAKE IS EVERY MONDAY MORNING AT 8:00 A.M.   INTAKE WILL TAKE 2 DAYS TO COMPLETEREGISTRATION FEE IS $10.00.

YOUR CLASSES WILL BE FROM 12:00 - 3:00 P.M., MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY.

PLAN FOR 20-30 HOURS, THIS INCLUDES CLASS TIME AND VIRTUAL COMPUTER PROGRAM.  WE WILL THEN RE-EVALUATE TO SEE IF YOU ARE READY TO TAKE THE WORKKEYS TEST, WHICH WILL COST $20 TO COVER THE TALENT PORTION OF THE TEST.  YOU MUST MAKE AT LEAST A SILVER ON THE WORKKEYS TEST TO BE ABLE TO TAKE THE CNA COURSE THROUGH VETERANS VICTORY HOUSE.

YOUR SCORES WILL BE SENT OVER TO VETERANS VICTORY HOUSE AND THEY WILL CONTACT YOU WITH YOUR CLASS START DATE.

  
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