Adult Education Courses
Windsor Adult Education offers essential adult education courses in:
- Adult Basic Education
- American Citizenship
- English as Second Language (ESL)
- High School Equivalency (GED)
- National External Diploma Program (NEDP)
A 17 year old wishing to enroll in a mandated adult education class such as GED must have an official withdrawal slip from the last Connecticut high school they attended and an attestation from a guidance counselor or administrator of the school. Withdrawal forms for 17-year-olds must include the signed consent of a parent or guardian.
Students must bring a state or government issued I.D (Driver's License , State I.D., Passport, Military I.D.)
If addresses do not agree with picture ID, applicant must bring an original of one of the following, i.e. lease, utility bills: electric, phone, gas, rental agreement, cable, recent mail to you at a CT address.
Envelope must have a current address, name exactly as it appears on the picture ID (especially Jr. or Sr.) and must not be older than 90 days.
Adult Education Essential Skills Courses are free to Windsor residents. Non-Windsor residents pay a $10 per semester registration processing fee if space in the program is available.
Free Child Care
The Windsor Adult Education program, in conjunction with The Family Resource Center, is offering free childcare for those parents enrolled in our Daytime Adult Education courses. You can register for this service during our in-person class registration. Children must be between 30 months and 5 years of age. Adult Education Essential Skills Courses are free to Windsor residents.
Windsor Adult Education is in compliance with Connecticut General Statutes Sec. 10-73a and does not charge a fee for registration, textbooks or materials used in mandated program areas.