Fort Scott, KS - Enrollment is now underway for the next
session of Adult Basic Education (ABE) classes on the main campus of Fort Scott
Community College (FSCC). Residents interested in completing work to obtain
their General Educational Development (GED) diploma or improve their basic
skills should contact the Eastern Kansas Adult Education Center at 620-223-2700
ext. 4400 or 4270. Sessions are offered at 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., 1- 4 p.m. and 4 –
The next class orientation begins June 3
and runs for approximately three hours each day, Tuesday - Thursday. Once
participants complete the orientation, class is held Monday - Thursday until students
complete their goals. Instructors for the eight-week course are Aubrey Duft and
To meet eligibility, students have to be
16 years old, be un-enrolled from high school and provide
documentation of such. A valid ID or driver’s license must be provided.
The cost for the class is $25, which
covers the practice test fee, COMPASS college entrance exam, WorkKeys
Employment Skills Test and the transition services. It is preferred the
$25 fee is paid prior to the first week of class. The GED test fee is $120 and
due when you register for the test. Another orientation begins August 19.
For more information, contact the Eastern
Kansas Adult Education Center at 620-223-2700 ext. 4400 or 4270.