Norwalk City Schools Adult Basic and Literacy Education (ABLE) is dedicated to assisting adults to become more effective workers, parents and citizens by helping them improve their basic skills in order to obtain a GED, secure or retain employment, enroll in postsecondary education/training or improve their English language skills.
With the state of the economy, having your high school diploma or your GED is no longer enough. Continuing your education is a must. ABLE is here to assist adult students in continuing to improve their basic skills. Anyone preparing for college placement tests or Adult entrance exams is able to attend classes as long as they meet the eligibility requirements. ABLE can assist you in boosting your skill level into credit bearing classes or help you reach the scores needed to be accepted into your vocational field. Since ABLE is funded by the Federal and State governments, services are free.
Norwalk City Schools ABLE office is located at the Norwalk City Schools Board of Education on 134 Benedict Ave. Classes are held in Norwalk, Willard and on EHOVE's and Terra's campuses.
ABLE classes will resume in August. Please contact the office to sign up for orientation or to re-enter the program.