The North Idaho College Adult Education Center in Coeur d’Alene is now accepting students for the new session beginning March 4, 2019.
NIC’s Adult Education provides instruction for individuals, 16 years of age and older, not currently enrolled in any public high school who want assistance to prepare for the GED Test. Adults who have graduated but still have a desire to upgrade their skills are also welcome. The staff and instructors at NIC meet with students to assess their needs and goals, determine their current education level, and create an education plan. Tuition is free, and most learning materials are provided. Instructor-led classes are conveniently offered during both days and evenings.
Understanding basic math, writing, and reading skills gives individuals a solid foundation for future educational opportunities, higher earning potential, and improved quality of life.
What People Are Saying:
“As a student in the NIC Adult Education Center’s night program, I had a positive experience with an instructor who was helpful and very encouraging. I recommend the program to anyone who is trying to pass the GED tests or who wants to upgrade their skills.” – Melissa L.
“It was important for me to get my GED so I can pursue a teaching career. I had an amazing math instructor who was supportive and delivered fun, creative daily lessons. I know I will be well prepared as I begin my college studies.” – Kayla C.
“My experience at the NIC Adult Education Center was very positive. The instructor was extremely knowledgeable and helpful. I would recommend this program to anyone who wants to complete their GED studies. Classes are fast- paced and the environment is light-hearted and fun. My goal is to pursue an associate degree in art at North Idaho College.” – Victoria B.