Adult Basic Education

  • Adult Basic Education (ABE) classes build skills for the workplace and review basic skills in reading, writing, and math.

    The purpose of the class is to raise the levels of competency so students can be promoted to the High School Equivalency (HSE) Preparation or the High School Diploma (HSD) programs.

    In ABE, students may earn elective credits transferable to the Adult High School Diploma program.

Basic Language Arts

  • Basic instruction will cover reading and writing skills, including vocabulary development, word analysis, reading comprehension, and writing conventions. Students will learn basic grammar rules and apply them in writing assignments.

    Mayra Diaz, ABE Instructor

     Mayra Diaz, ABE Instructor

    Tuesday & Thursday - 5:45PM - 7:45PM


Basic Math

  • Basic math instruction will cover whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percent skills, as well as more advanced math skills, including measurement, formulas, equations, proportion and algebraic thinking.

    Edgar Sanchez

    Edgar Sanchez, ABE Instructor

    Tuesday & Thursday - 5:45PM - 7:45PM