Adult Basic Education
The Adult Basic Education (ABE) program supports students to gain the academic knowledge and skills needed to complete a high school diploma, acquire college readiness, or prepare for career and vocational training. The ABE program is appropriate for students who want to:
- Complete a high school diploma;
- Earn a High School Equivalency;
- Transition to community college;
- Seek employment; or
- Obtain a better job.
ABE teachers provide direct instruction in the following subject areas:
- Reading comprehension;
- Academic vocabulary development;
- writing proficiency;
- Math competency;
- Test-taking strategies;
- Study skills; and
- Workforce readiness.
Online programs may also be available and appropriate for the student to use outside the classroom.
As a WIOA Title-I financially assisted program, Fremont Union High School district Adult School, is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request for individuals with disabilities.
Pre-registration is required. Please call the Adult School office at (408) 522-2700 for registration information. A placement test, Student Orientation for Academic Readiness (SOAR), and a one-on-one counseling appointment are all required for enrollment in classes. Students need to complete the Registration Form on testing day. Students can register for both the free Adult Basic Education (ABE) placement test and SOAR now.