Adult Basic Education
Adult Basic Education classes at Seminole State are designed for students who need to improve their skills in reading, language arts and mathematics. Courses also help students improve their job readiness skills and prepare for GED® Prep classes. To be admitted, students must reach age eighteen (18) by the last day of their first semester. Additional admission requirements may apply.
- Admission: Applications are taken prior to the start of each session (Fall, Spring and Summer) in person at the Sanford/Lake Mary, Altamonte Springs and Oviedo campuses and online via email.
- Testing: Placement is based on the results of the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE), and/or CASAS Goals Assessment. See the Testing and Assessment section of this catalog for more information.
- Fees: All qualifying students pay a $30 state-mandated fee upon initial registration in any semester.
For more information about Adult Basic Education classes and the GED® Prep program, please visit our GED® Prep website.