Adult Basic Education (ABE)

High School Courses

ABE 001 Skills Development I (0 Units)

Hours: 60 (60 lecture)

Skills Development I offers individualized, small group, and one-on-one tutoring instruction in basic literacy, writing fluency, math, computer literacy and applied life skills. Students who test below a high school level in reading and writing can work to bring their skills up to higher levels. Students may also work to improve reading and writing skills for career or personal goals. Open enrollment. No prerequisites. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

ABE 002 Skills Development II (0 Units)

Hours: 60 (60 lecture)

Skills Development II builds on skills acquired in Skills Development I by offering individualized, small group, and one-on-one tutoring instruction in reading, writing, mathematics, computer, test-taking, and academic study skills. Students who test below a high school level in reading, writing, and/or math can work to bring skills up to higher levels. Students may also work to improve reading, writing and math skills for career or personal goals. Open enrollment. No prerequisites. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

ABE 034 Basic Skills Enrichment (0 Units)

In a friendly, non-pressure atmosphere, brush up on reading, writing, spelling, math and other subjects. Whatever your current level is now, you can work at your own pace to develop the skills you need to reach your goals-whether it be earning a diploma, studying for the GED, working toward a job promotion, going back to college, helping your children with schoolwork, or just improving your reading, writing and math skills for your own satisfaction. Course restricted to 98 repetitions