GED/BASIC ACADEMIC SKILLS
Classes are FREE to take!
The Northeast Alabama Adult Education Program offers free adult education classes throughout DeKalb, Jackson, and Marshall Counties. These classes are provided to help anyone 17 years or older and officially withdrawn from school, to improve skills in English, math, reading, GED preparation, and academic brush-up. After successfully completing the General Educational Development (GED) Test, one can qualify for civil service, college entrance, technical training, job advancement, and armed services.
As of March 1, 2016, ACCS as well as ACCS individual schools will no longer be issuing GED transcripts. This means that you will not be able to obtain a copy of your GED transcript at Snead State. The state of Alabama GED Credentialing has partnered with a paperless web-based “Parchment Services” for GED transcripts. A little information on how this will work: when a GED candidate passes the 2014 GED, he will receive an electronic transcript which can be forwarded to schools or even downloaded (securely, which shows that the transcript hasn’t been tampered with) onto a thumb drive and taken to schools and/or employers to be downloaded on site. The process is the same for historical transcripts prior to the 2014 computer version. Most transcripts will have a “same day delivery” service, however, if a match is not found right away, a manual search will be done, meaning that it may take a few days to fulfill the request.
How to Request a GED Transcript
- Transcript requests are no longer handled where you took your GED test or from the Alabama Community College System. All requests are handled by GED Credentialing.
- To request a transcript, please visit the website.
- You may also call Parchment GED Credentialing directly at 1-888-906-4031 to complete the process over the phone.
- Transcript costs $15 per document.
Marshall County – Class Locations
|AL Career Center System
Albertville Employment Center
5920 Hwy. 431, Albertville
Mon. – Thurs. 8am – 1pm
Mon. and Wed. 2pm - 5pm
Mon., Tues., Wed. 5pm – 8pm
|Arab Adult Education Center
153 Main Street, Arab
Tues. thru Thurs 8am-12pm
Mon. and Tues. 5pm – 8pm
Phone: 256-931-2299 or 586-6026
|DAR High School
Siemes Thomas Classroom Building
Mon. & Tues. 6pm – 9pm
|Guntersville Adult Education Center
1415 Sunset Drive, Guntersville
Monday-Wednesday, 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Monday and Tuesday 5-8 pm
|Snead State Community College
Bevill Center, Room 104 South
220 North Walnut Street, Boaz
Tuesday and Thursday 8am – 11am
Mon., Tues., & Thurs., 5pm – 8pm
Phone: 256-840-4198 or 593-5120
Registration for the 2014 GED Exam is now online. Exams at Snead State Boaz campus are offered on Monday afternoons and Friday mornings. The dates, times, and all other information regarding exams are found at www.GED.com
. The candidate will need a valid email address and credit/debit card in order to register. If you prefer, you may register via the GED call center by calling 1-877-392-6433 Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
The GED exam is a four part test, which includes Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies. Each part costs $30, for a total of $120.
Need more information?
Tonya Shields at 256-840-4165 or e-mail email@example.com.
The Northeast Alabama Adult Education Program is managed by Northeast Alabama Community College. You can reach them at 256-638-2957 or 256-228-0021. You can visit them on the web