The Ken-Ton School District Adult Education Department offers many opportunities for adult learners who want to earn their High School Equivalency Diploma, get on track to attend college, expand their math and English proficiency, writing and speaking skills, and more. Contact Denise Jurewicz at 874-8403 ext. 32631 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
High School Equivalency Diploma:
Visit the High School Equivalency/GED Page to learn about resources that will help you earn your high school equivalency/GED.
Adult Basic Education:
In addition to helping adult students prepare for the TASC exam and earn their High School Equivalency Diploma, the Adult & Community Education Department offers Adult Basic Education classes for students to improve their reading, writing and math skills. Students work at their own pace with the help of a certified teacher. Career Counseling and Case Management is available to all students and classes are open to individuals 17 years of age or older regardless of residency. Please call Denise at 874-8404 ext. 32631 for more information or to enroll. Classes are offered as follows:
- Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 12 p.m., Kenmore Middle School, 155 Delaware Road, Buffalo, NY 14217 (Room 225)
- Monday-Thursday, 1:00 p.m. to 4 p.m., Erie Community College North Campus Room B-304
- Tuesday and Thursday, 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Kenmore Middle School, 155 Delaware Road, Buffalo, NY 14217 (Room 225)
Home Study Program:
The Home Study, or GRASP (Giving Ready Adults a Study Program), is designed to help individuals prepare for the TASC exam and earn their High School Equivalency without having to attend class. You can find more information on this program at the Home Study Program Page.
Pathways to Success/Pre-Collegiate Programs:
Through a partnership with Erie Community College, the Adult & Community Education Program offers adult students the opportunity to improve their basic math and English skills, prepare for the TASC exam, earn their High School Equivalency, and embark on a pathway to enroll in college-level credit-bearing classes. Visit the Pathways to Success and Pre-Collegiate Program Page for more information on these programs.