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How to Enroll...



We are excited about the opportunity to assist you in furthering your education! 

To schedule your enrollment appointment, or if you have any questions, please call our office at 409-951-1771.

If you want more information about the program, just request for more information below.

Request for More Info

Please fill out the request form and one of our staff members will contact you shortly!

What to expect….
You will begin by completing an electronic enrollment form. If you are under the age of 18, you will need a parent or guardian's signature and withdrawal papers from the school you were previously attending. Any student that is 16 years of age will also need a court order to be accepted into our program.

The next step is completing a baseline assessment. This assessment will be used to create the foundation on which we customize our lessons in class and through online learning. Please allow at least 3 hours on your first day for testing.

During virtual Orientation, the instructor will go over your test results and provide you with information regarding attendance, class schedules, and information about other services that we offer.

What you will need…

  • Driver's License
  • Social Security Number
  • Parent or Guardian if under the age of 18
  • Withdrawal papers from last school attended if 18 years of age and under without a high school diploma 
  • Court Order for students 16 years of age
  • A spiral notebook 
  • Pen or Pencil


Adult Education Contacts

Adult Education Contacts

Brenda Schofield
Program Director

Sherrie Thomas
Community Program Director

Allie Landrum
Program Assistant

Terrya Norsworthy
Program Specialist

Kaylee Barnhart
Data Management & Accountability Specialist
(409) 951-1771


JAG Contacts

Katherine Hope
JAG Specialist
(409) 554-2473

Emily Alvarez 
JAG Advisor
(409) 554-6393