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Registration underway for adult education classes at Northeast

Registration underway for adult education classes at Northeast

NORFOLK, Neb. -- Registration is underway for anyone interested in adult education classes through Northeast Community College. Classes are held in several communities across Northeast’s 20-county service area.

The Adult Education Department at Northeast Community College offers several services including instruction in basic skills such as reading, writing, and mathematics (ABE); preparation and testing for a high school diploma (GED); and English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction. The department can also provide information on how students may take the GED tests for free. 

Emily Duncan, director of adult education at Northeast, said the program is free to anyone who is not enrolled in a secondary or postsecondary school. Students who are under the age of 18, must meet the requirements of Nebraska Revised Statute 79-202 (

Classes will begin at all the Adult Education class locations the week of Aug. 19. In addition to Norfolk, adult education classes are held in O’Neill, South Sioux City, Wakefield and West Point. 

"We are requiring students to attend an orientation this program year prior to starting classes,” Duncan said. “Classes are offered every eight weeks.” 

Students must attend orientation prior to Wednesday, Aug. 7, to start classes in Norfolk and South Sioux City. O’Neill, Wakefield, and West Point students must be registered by Monday, Aug. 19. Orientation for these locations will be the first day of class.
For more information or to register for Adult Education classes at Northeast Community College, contact the Norfolk office at 402-844-7255 or email
Adult Education Classes
Adult education classes are offered through Northeast Community College in Norfolk, O’Neill, South Sioux City, Wakefield and West Point. (Northeast Community College)