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    Office of Adult Education

    1087 East Montague Avenue

    North Charleston, SC 29405

    (843) 746-6500


    Program Services:

    High School Diploma/Virtual SC 

    This program is offered to students who wish to obtain a high school diploma. Students must meet the current graduation requirements as a student who graduates from a high school in South Carolina.

    High School Equivalency Diploma Program

    The high school equivalency diploma program is based on the GED Tests, a battery of assessments in four core academic areas: Language Arts (reading and writing), Social Studies, Science and Mathematics. The state will be offering the TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion) as another option for the high school equivalency diploma.

    Adult Basic Education

    This program serves adults who function below the 8th grade in reading and mathematics.

    English Literacy

    This program is designed to provide English instruction for adults who speak a native language other than English or who have difficulty speaking, reading, writing, or understanding the English language.

    WorkKeys/WIN Career Readiness Program / Testing

    To schedule, reschedule or cancel your WorkKeys/WIN Test at SC Works Charleston, please call 843-574-1882. Once scheduled, click this link to pay the $20 reservation fee. RevTrak accepts Visa, Mastercard or Discover debit/cards.Payment must be made within 24 hours to hold your seat for testing; if not received, your seat will be released. 

    If you do not call to cancel 2 days prior to your testing date/time or you do not show for testing, a refund will not be issued. Once you complete the test, your $20 reservation fee will be credited back to your credit/debit card. 

    WorkKeys/WIN Readiness Program provides instructional and assessment services to adult learners who need employability skill development for the purpose of job placement.

    College and Career Transition Services

    Students are provided an opportunity to explore possibilities for their future. Students are administered a career assessment. During one-on-one sessions with a Career Transition Specialist the results of the career assessments are discussed, as well as information about career alternatives, career pathways, college options, starting your own business, and military opportunities.

    Community Collaborative Initiatives

    These program partners with community organizations. For on site services, Adult Education provides GED Preparation, ESOL Instruction, and a WorkKeys Career Readiness Certification Program.

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