Barren County Adult Education
Listing Last Update: January 14, 2019
Location129 State Ave
Glasgow, KY 42141 southcentral.kctcs.edu/workforce-solutions/adult-education/index.aspx
- Reading and writing
- To study for high school equivalency
- English language
- Citizenship Classes
You may use the contact information above to reach out to the program
or call 1-877-389-6874 for more help.
SKY Adult Education prepares adults in Barren, Metcalfe, Simpson, and Warren counties to meet the needs of the future. The caring and qualified staff provide a diverse group of students a positive learning environment to achieve their desired educational goals which may include obtaining a GED , enrolling in higher education, improving workplace skills, and increasing language and basic skills proficiency. Partnerships with colleges, workforce and employment centers, school districts, employers, and community volunteers empower students and families with educational opportunities they need. Through the financial support of tax dollars, Southcentral Kentucky Community & Technical College, foundations, and donors, SKY Adult Education ensures economic justice by helping to end and prevent cycles of poverty, building the middle class and sustainable families, contributing to an improved local economy, and keeping the American Dream alive for thousands of residents.
If you are interested in earning your GED or taking classes, please call the local county office:
Barren County: (270) 901-4362
SKYCTC's mission is to improve the quality of life through education focused on career development, community partnerships, and economic growth.
Hours of operation: 8:00 -4:00
Student and Volunteer Success Stories
We had a student who came in homeless, a single mother, and she relocated to flee domestic abuse. She came in at a low level in math and language. We worked with her for her initial 40 hours and she made a level gain. She took the GED Ready and passed all the section, then passed the GED and NCRC. She started college at SKYCTS the same year and finished on the Dean's List. Through the Work and Learn Program she now works for the IT Department at the college.
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