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Adult Education Program

Graduates Holding Diplomas

What do you want for your FUTURE?

An education? A degree? A job? Then look no further! NWGHA’s Adult Education program can help you achieve your educational goals. 

About our program

Funded by the Georgia Office of Adult Literacy, the NWGHA Adult Education Program offers GED® & HiSET® preparation and adult literacy to anyone in Floyd & Polk County.  Staff assistance is provided to any student who needs help in applying to a college or technical school, and in applying for financial assistance. Services include an individualized education assessment and plan, cultural enrichment, referrals to other social services agencies (if needed), field trips, and motivational speaker workshops.


NWGHA Adult Education Program students also get free transportation to and from class!

curriculum & instruction

The areas of study in the NWGHA Adult Education program include math, reading, writing, science and social studies skills.  Students work at their own pace to achieve their academic goals, which were identified at the time of their intake.  Instructors are on site to assist students.


This program is open to individuals ages 16 and above.  The following rules apply:

  • Students, ages 16-17, must present a valid Georgia picture ID, parental consent, and a withdrawal form from the last school attended

  • Students, ages 18-19, must present a valid Georgia ID and a withdrawal form from the last school attended.

  • Students, ages 20+, must present a valid Georgia ID

class schedule

Classes are held Monday-Thursday from 9:00am until 2:00pm.  All students are encouraged to attend a minimum of 15 hours per week unless they are currently working during a portion of that time.

Georgia High School Equivalency Program (GED® & HiSET®)

Beginning October 2020, Georgia now offers both the HiSET® exam and GED® test to qualifying individuals. Both tests allow you to earn your high school equivalency credential. The HiSET® exam is one of three tests (GED®HiSET®, and TASC) U.S. states and territories use to measure high school equivalency (HSE) skills. Educational Testing Services (ETS) works closely with states to ensure the HiSET® exam closely reflects the skills of a high school graduate and to provide a fair, rigorous exam. Click below for a link to TCSG's website with information about testing!


COVID-19 Testing Requirements in Georgia

One of the following forms is required each time you enter a testing center during the COVID-19 Pandemic. 

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