Adult Education

KCC offers courses to obtain a high school equivalency and prepare for entry to college credit courses and associate degree programs. These courses are preparation for college work, but do not apply toward a degree.

All Adult Education courses are offered at no charge to students.

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ALIVE Literacy Program – The Adult Literacy Initiative Volunteers Expanded (ALIVE) program provides individual, classroom, and small group tutoring to improve the literacy skills of adults 16 years and older.

Adult Basic Education  Foundational reading, writing and math skills.

High School Diploma – These courses teach students the reading, writing, math, social studies, natural science, and state and federal constitution information necessary to pass a high school  (such as GED) examination. Online instruction is available to qualified students.

English as a Second Language (ESL) – The ESL program provides non-native English speakers an opportunity to develop English speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. Assessment of language skills is conducted before entering class.