• Adult Education is now online! 
               REGISTER today for GED & ESL classes.

    Complete the Interest Inventory Form for the Fall Session. Registration Ends SOON.

    HCDE's highly qualified teachers provide workforce development, High-School Equivalency exam preparation (GED) classes and English as a second language (ESL) classes in many locations across Houston/Harris and Liberty County. Flexible schedules that include morning, afternoon and evening courses make going back to school convenient. HCDE Adult Education offers working adults the opportunity to gain the skills needed to take advantage of better job opportunities or move into higher education.

    **A copy of a current picture ID is required for registration

     

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  • About the Adult Education Program:
    We offer free classes in convenient locations and flexible schedules (morning, afternoon and evening) taught by highly qualified teachers. An adult-centered curriculum based on the Texas Adult Education Content Standards centered on individualized placement and progress evaluations.

    Free textbooks for classroom use and access to computer aided instruction and distance education in some areas.

    We Also Offer:
    GED scholarships, GED graduation and Adult National Honor Society
    Individualized career, vocational, and college counseling

    More questions about Adult Education? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions.

    Harris County Department of Education prohibits discrimination, including harassment, against any student on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender, national origin, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, status as a beneficiary of programs financially assisted under Title I, WIOA on the basis of citizenship/status as a lawfully admitted immigrant authorized to work in the United States, status as a participant in an WIOA Title I financially assisted program or activity, or on any other basis prohibited by law, that adversely affects the student.