Adult Education

Welcome to the Adult Education Department!

Students of a variety of races sit at tables in a white pillared classroom with a row of windows against wall. An African American female student, wearing a long-sleeved, ocher t-shirt, smiles and raises her hand.
Adult Literacy
Free classes to enhance reading, writing, math skills, and more!
A high school diploma tied with a red ribbon lays diagonally across a black diploma holder with the words High School Diploma of Graduation in white stylized font above a gold seal with a graduation cap and the word graduate in all capitalized letters.
Free classes to prepare for high school equivalency exams (GED or HiSET)!
Three books of various size and thickness are stacked on a wooden desk with the letters ESL in yellow and lime green sitting on top against a chalkboard green background. A pink ceramic pig wearing black frame glasses sits to the right of the books.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Free classes to enhance fluency with reading, writing, listening, and speaking the English Language!
A forklift operator sits in the seat of a forklift wearing a yellow hard hat, safety glasses and yellow safety vest with yellow noise cancelling headphones around his neck.
Training on the Go!
Learn essential relevant occupational skills and essential workplace skills, while attaining credentials for in-demand careers!
Contact Us!
For more information or to register for Adult Education classes, please email or call (706) 771-4131.
Tara Jenkins, an African American female with shoulder length brown hair, smiles wearing a light grey suit jacket with white trim and a white v-neck dress shirt against a dark grey background.


"I am honored and humbled to receive the Adult Education Teacher of the Year Award.  It is a blessing to be a part of our students' journey to improve their quality of life.  Adult Education can change the trajectory of a student's life by providing social and economic equality.  It is a privilege to be a member of the Augusta Technical College faculty. Our organization instills purpose and value in our students so they will believe they can successfully meet their goals. "
Tara Jenkins, 2023 Adult Education State Teacher of the Year