Normal GAEC Front Office Open Hours: 8 AM - 1 PM on Mondays - Thursdays
also see updates at Twitter.com/GrenadaAEC; or by SMS, text follow GrenadaAEC to 40404; Note, our Facebook directs you to this blog for updates.
Selected Fridays at 8:00 AM, Adult New Student Registration and Orientation for Computer-based and Distance Learning (If interested, call 227-6101 to verify dates.)
Mon.-Tues., April 23rd-24th, 8 AM - 12:45 PM - GED closed testing
Thurs., May 3rd, 8 AM - 12:30 PM - GED testing with accommodations
Wed.-Thurs., May 9th-10th, 8 AM - 12:45 PM - GED testing
Tues. & Thurs., May 15th & 17th, 8 AM - 12:30 PM - HiSET testing
Mon., May 21st, 8:00 AM, Open Registration & Orientation for Summer Session (May 21st - June 28th) Adult Morning Class Only (Click on flyer on blog for details.)
Tues., May 22nd, 6:30 PM - HSE Graduation ceremony and student awards
Mon., May 28th - CENTER CLOSED FOR MEMORIAL DAY
Mon.-Wed., June 4th-6th - CENTER CLOSED for State Conference
Tues., Aug. 2nd, 3:00 PM, Open Registration & Orientation Fall Session 1 Adult Afternoon Class (Click on flyer on blog for details.)
Tues., Aug. 28, 5:30 PM GLAD board meeting
WEATHER NOTE - Listen to local news or check official social media. If the Grenada School District is closed, or has a late start or early closure, due to weather, the Adult Education Center will also. The GSD also updates their Facebook page with closings. (NOTE: We are not a storm shelter facility. We sometimes get this question.).
IF YOU ARE K-12 AGE-ELIGIBLE we must do a "Last School Verification" form to verify that you are officially withdrawn from school and receive it back from your last K-12 school attended before you will be allowed to participate in registration for free classes. Please come by the office to complete a "Student Interest" form at your earliest convenience so that this requirement does not cause you to miss your deadline for sign-up.
“The Grenada League for Adult Development (GLAD) is a nonprofit volunteer literacy council dedicated to helping adults of all ages to improve their lives and their communities by learning and improving their basic skills, especially focusing on their reading, writing, technology, math and problem-solving skills.”