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.


  Howard Adult Center

GED and Basic Skills Classes

Registration/Orientation Dates

Fall 2017


 October 25 and 26, 2017

 November 1 and 2, 2017

November 15 and 16, 2017

November 29 and 30, 2017

 December 6 and 7, 2017

Registration/Orientation begins at 9:00 a.m.

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

Find out more about our program at: http://www.hac.gcsd.k12.sc.us/


 Howard Adult Center

 High School Diploma Program

 Registration/Orientation Dates

Fall 2017


Students enrolling in the high school diploma program must:

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

 2.     present a withdrawal form from the last school attended


 Additional Important Information

Students who are not classified as a Georgetown County School District junior or senior must report to GED registration/orientation and take the TABE test. After taking TABE, the student may be enrolled in the high school diploma program. Final enrollment decisions will be based on South Carolina Adult Education policies and procedures.

17-year-old students and their parent/guardian must meet with the adult education school counselor prior to registration. Please call (843) 546-0219 to set up an appointment.

Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. and lasts approximately one hour. Registration for students classified as Georgetown County School District juniors and seniors will be held on the following dates:

October 24, 2017

 October 31, 2017

 November 7, 2017

 November 14, 2017

 November 28, 2017

 December 5, 2017

 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! 

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24Students Earned a GED 38 Students Earned a SC High School Diploma 8 Students  Earned Gold WorkKeys 94...
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