Adult Education Partnership

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Ready to get started earning your high school diploma or GED?

For adults (age 21 and older) and youth (ages 17-21) who have withdrawn from high school, you'll need to study for your diploma or GED through your local Adult Education Center.Reminder Post It

Here's what you need to do:

Identify which Adult Education Center you should contact. (Note: If you're in Anderson County but unsure of which Adult Ed Center to contact, reach out to the school district office and ask if your physical (home) address is in their attendance zone.

District 1: 864-847-7344; District 2: 864-369-7364; District 3: 864-348-6196;
District 4: 864-403-2000; District 5: 864-260-5000

  • Anderson Districts 1 and 2 Adult Education
    214 Lebby Street
    Pelzer SC 29669

  • Anderson Districts 3, 4 and 5 Adult Education
    2005 North Main Street
    Anderson SC 29621

  • Oconee Adult Education
    315 Holland Avenue
    Seneca SC 29678

  • Pickens Adult Learning Center
    106 Glazner Street
    Easley SC 29640

Understand that each Adult Education Center has an intake process (application, testing, registration, orientation) that you must complete before you can start your study/testing program.

Check your Adult Education Center's summer/early fall class and staff schedule.

Ask about services through Palmetto Youth Connections for youth, ages 17-24.

Need To Talk with Someone NOW?

To learn more about getting started and what you can do AFTER you earn your GED or High School Diploma,contact us.  Tri-County has a new partnership with all Adult Education Centers in Anderson, Oconee and Pickens counties. To learn more, contact:

They will give you all the basic information you need about getting started with your GED or High School diploma -- and they can talk with you about some amazing opportunities after you graduate. They'll also contact your local Adult Ed Center to be sure they have your information and are ready to help you get started on your GED or HS diploma.

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