Basic Studies (Adult Education / GED Prep)
Courses in Adult Basic Education (ABE) and GED Preparation are non-credit courses intended for those who want to develop the reading, writing, and math skills needed to pass the GED test or to begin college level work or training.
- Students between the ages of 16 and 19 years must be formally released from their local high school before enrolling in any Olympic College Adult Education program.
- All new students must attend an orientation session before registering for classes.
- Orientations are held on the Bremerton Campus. They are three days a week during selected weeks. Students must attend every day to be registered for classes.
Please call 360.475.7550 for information about summer quarter orientations.
Summer quarter starts Monday, July 1st.
For Shelton ABE Orientations, please call 360.432.5435 to set up an appointment. ABE Classes are offered at all three campuses as well as several off-campus locations including DSHS in Bremerton and at the Mason County Jail.