Trumbull Adult Academics programs are offered FREE to Trumbull residents through Stratford Continuing Education. Classes are held at Wooster Middle School, 150 Lincoln Street, Stratford, CT 06614.
Limited bus passes are offered to Trumbull residents to attend any of the mandated classes.
Spring 2020 Registration:
You must register in person at one of the following sessions:
- January 15, 2020, 1-4 PM: Trumbull Library, 33 Quality Street, Trumbull
- January 15, 2020, 5-8 PM: Trumbull High School, 72 Strobel Road, Trumbull
- January 16, 2020, 2-4 PM: Stratford Library, 2203 Main Street, Stratford
- January 16, 2020, 5-9 PM: Wooster Middle School, 150 Lincoln St, Stratford
Each registrant must provide proof of age (birth certificate, passport, CT ID), and two proofs of Trumbull residency (mortgage/lease/rent receipt and utility bill; no phone or cable TV), or a notarized Declaration of Legal Residency Form.
GED registrants 17 and 18 years of age must also provide proof of official withdrawal from their previous high school.
Credit Diploma (Evening High School) registrants must also provide an official transcript, either faxed to (203) 386-3163 or mailed with school seal and proof of an Official Withdrawal form obtained from previous high school in order to register.
For more information, visit www.stratfordk12.org/schools/continuing-education.
Adult Basic Education (ABE) Basic Skills
For adults who want to learn basic reading, writing, and math skills. They will improve their academic/life skills and prepare to enter a high school completion program such as GED test preparation classes or the Credit Diploma Program.
GED® Preparation Classes
Prepares students to pass the 4-part exam to earn a State of Connecticut diploma. Students receive necessary instruction in each subject area and can take practice GED tests with their instructors. Students must start their application online (GED.com), and then go to the official registration center for completion.
Credit Diploma Classes (CDP) for a High School Diploma
Students can fulfill the State of Connecticut’s AHSCDP requirements by earning credits needed for high school completion. Classes include English, Math, Science, Social Studies, electives, work experience, training, military experience, community service and transference of previous credits.
National External Diploma Program (NEDP) for a High School Diploma
A high school completion program for adults who are have job skills and want to work at home with flexible scheduling.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Non-English speakers will improve reading, writing, speaking and understanding English. Based on assessment results students are assigned to one of four leveled classes.
This course helps prepare a person to become a citizen of the United States. It includes information about the history and government of the United States. Relevant information is provided concerning immigration and naturalization.
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