Welcome to the Adult Education Department. Our program is designed for adults who have different needs, backgrounds, and skill levels. We provide a full range of services for adults who need to acquire or improve basic reading, math, and/or written communication skills in order to prepare them to enter and succeed in the workplace or postsecondary educational programs.

Adult education classes taught at NGTC are free of charge to adults 16 years and older.

The program is flexible with many levels of instruction to accommodate the student’s needs. Instruction is available in basic skills, GED ® Test preparation, EL/Civics, English as a Second Language, and ASSET and Compass Test preparation. There is no charge for books or materials used in adult education classes.

The Adult Education Department offers instruction for residents of Fannin, Franklin, Habersham, Rabun, Stephens, Towns, Union, and White Counties. Classes are offered at the following locations:

Fannin County:

NGTC Adult Education Center 
71 Overview Drive 
Blue Ridge, GA 30513 

Franklin County:

NGTC Adult Education Center 
84 Hartwell Road (Boyd Outz Center) 
Lavonia, GA 30553 

Habersham County:

NGTC Clarkesville Campus 
1500 Highway 197 North 
Clarkesville, GA 30523 

NGTC Adult Education Center, Cornelia 
166 Commerce Parkway, Unit D 
Cornelia, GA 30531 

Rabun County:

NGTC Adult Education Center located within the Rabun County Employment Center 
184 South Main Street, Suite 100 
Clayton, GA 30525 

Stephens County:

NGTC Currahee Campus 
8989 Highway 17 South 
Toccoa, GA 30577 

Whitman Street Center 
904 West Whitman Street 
Toccoa, GA 30577 

Union County & Towns County:

Shirley Miller Building 
32 Blalock Street 
Blairsville, GA 30512 

White County:

NGTC Adult Education Center, Cleveland 
5702 Highway 115 East 
Cleveland, GA 30528 

To register for class, individuals 16 or older need to provide the following:

  • valid, government issued picture identification
  • withdrawal form from the last school attended for 16 and 17 year olds

After registration, each student takes a placement test to properly identify his or her functioning level. Advisement and scheduling are based on the student’s test results.