Trenholm State Community College

Adult Education Division

Adult Education Division

Trenholm State’s Adult Education Program offers GED preparation services in Bullock, Elmore, Macon, and Montgomery counties. Trenholm State offers flexible class times to meet the needs of the College’s service area.

Congratulations Adult Education Program Class of 2014!

Adult Education classes are available at no charge to persons who did not complete high school
or who are functioning below a high-school level. Individuals interested in adult education must
be at least 17 years of age and not enrolled in high school. The program services lower level learners and higher-level learners preparing to take the General Education Development (GED) exam for high school equivalence. Trenholm’s program is designed to offer opportunities for students to enhance basic skills in language, math, science, social studies, reading, writing, and computer literacy. The program also offers services to non-English speaking adults by affording them the opportunity to attend English as a Second Language (ESL) classes.

Other adult education services include a self-study program, GED Prep Online and  the WorkKeys® Assessment, a system that measures “real-world” skills critical to job success. Persons interested in adult education programs or services should contact the administrative office at 334-420-4348 or 334-420-4351 to speak with a staff member about classes and other opportunities.

GED Testing

H. Councill Trenholm State Community College is an official GED State Test Center. Two forms of identification are required: a state-issued picture I.D. and a social security card. The minimum age to take the GED Test is 17. AN APPOINTMENT IS REQUIRED TO TAKE THE GED TEST. To schedule a GED test date, please go online to www.ged.com to register, pay and select a test date that is convenient for you.