Adult Basic Education is a learning program to help adults refresh and improve academic skills needed to prepare for college, enroll in career training, help children with homework, prepare for the High School Equivalency (HSE) test, or review content before entering the workforce. Classes are open to all adults, regardless of academic level.
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION CLASSES
REGISTER FOR ADULT BASIC EDUCATION CLASSES
Apply for our program by clicking the enroll now button below.
After you submit your registration, call us at 317-259-5275 to confirm your class choice and schedule an intake.
After you attend the intake and complete your testing, you will be given information about your class and start date.
Follow these steps to register for Adult Basic Ed classes with Washington Township Adult Education so you can be one step closer to achieving your goals of getting your high school diploma, developing professional skills, gaining English language proficiency, or even skills for a job placement!
ABE CLASS SCHEDULE
*classes will resume on July 17, 2023
Pike High School
5401 W. 71st St. Indianapolis 46268
Monday/Wednesday 5:30 pm-9:00 pm
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Adult Basic Education FAQ
How is adult education different from a traditional high school?
Our students do not earn credits or need a transcript to begin classes. When students can pass all subjects of the High School Equivalency Test, they earn their High School Equivalency Diploma which is considered EQUAL to a general high school diploma.
Who will accept a High School Equivalency Diploma?
Everyone! Employers, colleges and universities, and the military all recognize the High School Equivalency Diploma as valid.
Do you have to be 18 to take classes?
Adult education can serve 16 and 17 year olds with a completed exit form. An exit form is different from a withdrawal form that a high school usually provides.
Can I take adult basic education classes if I don't want a diploma or career training?
Adult basic education's main purpose is to help those who do not have a US high school diploma earn one, or to help students earn a career certification. Our funding is tied to outcomes in these two areas so we cannot accept students into our classes unless they are working toward an HSED or a career certification.