Educational Programs


Adult Basic Education is designed to enable those who have not completed high school to earn the General Education Development (GED)® . Adult Basic Education also serves those needing a review of basic skills before entering other college academic and vocational programs.

 

General Educational Development (GED)® is made up of five tests which certify that the taker has high school level academic skills as specified by the U.S. Department of Education.

The mission of the English as a Second Language (ESL) Department is to provide a quality learning environment for English limited speakers by providing basic literacy instruction that strengthens English reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills.

College prep classes at WWCC provide a learning environment that assists student in developing skills and confidence that lead to academic and vocational success.

Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (IBEST) assists students who need support improving their basic skills in reading, writing, mathematics and English as a second language while they are concurrently working towards a vocational certificate.

Skills Steps is a program for goal oriented students ages 18 to 24, who have a desire to complete college programs but need support to gain academic skills which would allow them to be successful in college and work.

Off-Campus Site Programs


  • Farm Labor Homes
  • Garrison Night School
  • St. Patricks
  • New Horizons - Brojete
  • WorkSource