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Our mission is to provide educational opportunities and support that improve the lives of our students and open doors to postsecondary education and careers.

 

Main Office: (928) 526-7639

adulted@coconino.edu

 

Welcome and thank you for choosing CCC Adult Education for help in meeting your learning needs. GED/HSE prep classes (ABE) are currently offered in Flagstaff, Page and Tuba City. English language classes (ELAA) are offered in Flagstaff. Classes are open to all who are at least 16 years old and lawfully present in the US. We also offer a distance learning option for students in rural areas or with other barriers to attending classes. 

 

Getting started

Step 1 - Visit

Visit the location nearest you  during class hours  to complete intake forms (3) and show required identification document(s) (see documentation of eligibility form below). 

 

If you plan to attend ABE classes in Flagstaff, you will sign up for an orientation session.  You must fill out required paperwork before coming to orientation.   English language students are not required to attend orientation.

 

You can access intake forms by using the links below. 

 

Step 2 - Orientation

Attend all 8 hours of orientation prior to coming to class.  During orientation you will take pre-tests to learn about your reading, writing, and mathematics skills. 

 

Step 3 - Pay fees.  

Fees can be paid after orientation, but must be paid before attending classes.  Note that students enrolled in ESL classes are not charged a fee.

 

Step 4 - Begin classes 

During your first week of class, an instructor will review your test results from orientation and help you set educational goals and develop a study plan. If you plan to attend class in Page or Tuba City, your initial tests will be given during the first week of class.