Enrollment Process

  • Enrollment Procedures for ESL/EL Civics Classes
    There are TWO (2) steps to enrolling in an ESL class


    STEP 1:  Go to the Site Listing Page, and choose the site you wish to attend. Registration for all ESL classes begins on the week of August 31st.  Please refer to the Site Listing Page for specific registration times and dates.

    STEP 2:  Go to the site you have chosen during registration hours and sign up for testing. You will take a language placement test and be assigned to a class on a first-come, first-served basis. If the class is full, you will be placed on a waiting list and be called when space is available. These classes fill up quickly, so we recommend you arrive early. These classes are for adults only, children are not allowed during testing or class.

     

    Enrollment Procedures for ABE/GED/Literacy Classes
    There are TWO (2) steps to enrolling in an GED class


    STEP 1:  Go to the Site Listing Page, and choose the site you wish to attend. Registration dates for all ABE/GED classes vary. Please refer to the Site Listing Page for specific registration information, times and dates.

    STEP 2:  Visit the site you have chosen during registration hours and sign up for orientation. If the class is full, you will be placed on a waiting list and be called when space is available for the next orientation. These classes fill up quickly, so we recommend you arrive early.

    Important:  For ABE/GED classes, you must bring these documents to orientation (no admittance without required documents):   
      
    17 year-old students may attend with a copy of a TEA Withdrawl form with proper signatures and a signed parent-permission form. Any student who has been home schooled or who has recently relocated to this area and does not attend public school must obtain a letter from their home school (the public school in your area that you would have attended) stating that he or she is not and never has been enrolled.   

    16 year-old students may attend with a copy of an official court order and a TEA Withdrawl form from the last school they attended.