Adult Education provides academic instruction to adults (16 years of age and older) who are out of school.
Our students often want to increase their skills in order to obtain a job or job promotion, access vocational training, enter college, support their children in school or become more active in their communities.
Through Adult Education, students can upgrade their Reading, Math and Writing skills; increase their English language proficiency; prepare for the GED® or complete their credits to obtain a State of Delaware high school diploma.
High School Diploma
Complete your high school education and earn a Groves Adult High School Diploma.
GED® and Adult Basic Education (ABE)
The GED® program gives adults who never completed their high school education another shot at earning a secondary credential.
Adult Basic Education classes provide skills that enhance an adult learner’s ability to function as a worker, a family member and a community member. Skills are learned that apply to everyday life.
English as a Second Language
Adult English Language programs are designed to help immigrants and others who have not yet developed proficiency in English to acquire the basic knowledge and skills they need to function effectively as parents, workers, and citizens. The programs serve those who have a limited ability in speaking, reading, writing, or understanding the English language; whose native language is a language other than English; or who live in a family or community where a language other than English is the dominant language.
This course provides the classroom instruction and on-the-road instruction required to qualify for a State of Delaware driver's license.
In-School Credit Program
This program is designed for high school students in need of credit recovery or original credit.