Welcome to Howard Adult Center 

Jim Ferdon, Director

  Howard Adult Center offers GED, High School Diploma, Basic Skills, ESL, and WorkKeys classes.

For more information, call (843) 546-0219.


2017 Graduation Information


Graduation Date: Thursday, May 25, 2017

Time: 6:00 p.m.

Place: Howard Auditorium

 To be eligible to participate in graduation, a student must have passed the GED or completed the requirements for a high school diploma on or before Friday, May 19, 2017.


 Is your goal to earn your GED or complete the requirements for a high school diploma? Do you want to improve your chances of going to technical school, being hired, or of getting a better job? Join the hundreds of adults who are improving their skills through Georgetown County Adult Education. Classes are offered at Howard Adult Center and the Andrews Library at convenient times. Start right now. Call 843-546-0219 or visit http://www.hac.gcsd.k12.sc.us/. What are you waiting for?


GED and Basic Skills Classes - Registration/Orientation Dates

(Prospective students must attend both days of registration/orientation to be enrolled in classes. If a prospective student has been enrolled in high school this academic year, the prospective student must present a withdrawal form from the last school attended to be eligible for enrollment in adult education.)

May 3 and May 4, 2017

 High School Diploma Program - Registration/Orientation Dates

May 2, 2017

Students enrolling in the adult education high school diploma program for the first time must:

1.     bring a copy of their high school transcript to registration

2.     have earned 16 high school credits

3.     meet the requirements to be classified as a junior by Georgetown County School District

4.     present a withdrawal form from the last school attended

To reserve a registration/orientation spot, please call (843) 546-0219. Space is limited.

   Georgetown County Adult Education Is Committed to Helping You Reach Your Educational Goals! 

 What Are You Waiting For?





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18Students Earned a GED 21 Students Earned a SC High School Diploma 5 Students  Earned Gold WorkKeys 73...
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