Huron Valley Adult Education
Huron Valley School's Adult Education offers a wide variety of programs ranging from High School Completion to Medical Assistant programs. Below you will find links to programs that residents and non HVS residents can register for.
Please call (248) 676-8398 or email Adult.Ed@hvs.org for more info.
Monday, Wednesday, & Friday: 9AM - 3PM
Tuesday & Thursday: 4PM - 9:30PM
Location (classes held at):
Duck Lake Center
5061 North Duck Lake Road
Highland, MI 48356
Adult Reading Improvement
Adult Basic Education (ABE)
For non-readers and those who have difficulty reading, a warm, friendly atmosphere is provided along with a small teacher-student ratio. Use of computers and audio-visual techniques are offered. Classes are individualized so that each student may work at his/her own level in reading, spelling, and writing skills.
A non-refundable registration fee of $40 is due at the time of registration. This is free to non-graduates.
Instruction is individualized and students may work with tutors at their own pace.
Tuesday & Thursday (Time to be determined)
Volunteer Tutors Needed for Adult Literacy & ESL
You do not need to have special training or a college degree. We will train you. Just be open-minded, flexible and willing to spend a few hours of your time each week helping other adults learn to read.
If you can help, call us!
English as a Second Language (ESL)
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Huron Valley Adult Education welcomes all foreign-born people. We offer free classes to help you improve your English skills. English as a Second Language classes are held at the Duck Lake Center in Highland. Instruction is individualized, and students may work with tutors at their own pace. A non-refundable registration fee of $40 (per semester) is due at the time of registration. You do not have to be a resident of the Huron Valley School District to attend this program.
Evening Class Schedule:
Tuesday and Thursday from 5:45 PM - 9:45 PM
Daytime Class Schedule:
Monday and Wednesday from 1:00PM - 3:00PM
Improve your English to...
- Improve communication with your child's teacher and other school personnel.
- Speak more English with your child in the home.
- Learn Math, Social Studies, and Science vocabulary to help your child with homework
- Read and fill out school forms and reports.
- Help your child with everyday reading in books, magazines, newspapers, and on the internet.
If you are aware of foreign-born friends or neighbors who could benefit from these classes please call us!
Volunteer Tutor's Needed
Would like to become a volunteer tutor? You do not need to have special training or a college degree. We will train you. Just be open-minded, flexible and willing to spend a few hours of your time each week helping other adults learn to read. If you can help, call us!
General Educational Development (GED)
Information on GED
Prepare to take the General Educational Development test using technology-based learning software and Teacher guided instruction..
GED class Eligibility Requirements
Applicants high school class (based upon 9th grade entry date) must have graduated prior to the test date and the applicant must be 18 years old (photo ID required at registration & time of test).
All fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Students registering for the GED preparation classes must pay a non-refundable $85 class tuition fee at the time of registration. Students who are 20 years old or older as of September 1st of the current school year must also pay a $40 class registration fee (per semester) when registering for the GED preparation classes. One free test section is included in the class tuition fee.*
*Details will be discussed during the registration process.
Classes meet Tuesday and Thursday 5:45pm-9:45pm, 15 weeks per semester
Official GED Websites
GED Practice Websites
High School Completion Program
High School Completion Program
The high school completion program is for students who wish to complete their high school education. We offer small class sizes and individual attention. The adult education program offers day and evening classes Free of Charge to individuals 18 and older who do not have a high school diploma, even if they have a GED. Classes are tuition based for those holding diplomas. There is a registration fee of $40.00 (per semester) due at the time of enrollment.
The high school completion program is open to ANY student from ANY school district. Students 18 and older whose high school class has reached graduation may enroll.
Students will see an academic advisor and be enrolled in the classes required for a high school diploma. All previously earned credits will be evaluated. Credits may be earned for: academic class work, work experience, family living skills, and credit by examination.
Daytime Classes (Monday + Wednesday)
1st Hour: 8:45 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
2nd Hour: 10:50 a.m. – 12:50 p.m.
Evening Classes (Tuesday + Thursday)
1st Hour: 5:45 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.
2nd Hour: 7:50 p.m. - 9:50 p.m.
Daytime Classes (Friday only)
1st Hour: 8:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Medical Assistant Program
Huron Valley Adult Education Medical Assistant Career Training
INTERESTED students will need to attend one of the orientation dates. RSVP (248) 676-8398 or Adult.firstname.lastname@example.org
SAVE THE DATE Medical Assisting Orientation 2017
Students are required to complete 7 courses in the program along with 64 hours of externship to receive the Medical Assistant vocational certificate and pin. Opportunities for employment include positions in physicians' offices, hospitals and clinics, home health agencies, laboratories, assisted living complexes and insurance companies.
Anatomy & Physiology, Clinical I, Clinical II/externship, General Office Procedures, Medical Office Procedures, Pharmacology, Terminology
The classes are generally free if you do not have a high school diploma, even if you have a GED. There is a non-refundable $40 registration fee (per semester) due at the time of enrollment plus the cost of the required textbooks. Tuition students are welcome at a cost of $225 per class plus the cost of the required textbooks. Tuition & fees must be paid at the time of registration.
All enrolling students must pass an entrance reading exam with a 9th grade level or higher. Class size is limited and you will be notified in the fall if you are accepted into the program. New students may only enroll in the Fall of each year. Interested students must attend a mandatory orientation.
For program information call or email us!
Request Your Transcript
Parchment provides you with the ability to request transcripts through Secure Transcript. Transcripts requested online are sent securely to the colleges, universities, or scholarship funds that you select.
Our school name is: Huron Valley Schools Adult Education
You may track your request online, and you will also receive an email notification when we approve your transcript request, and again when your transcript is mailed (or delivered electronically, based on the delivery preference of the destination that you selected).