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Registration for the Winter 2018 term will open on December 10, 2018
Below is a preview of the dates, times, and locations that will be available.
January 15, 2019 (Session I-10:30 A.M. / Session II-2:00 P.M.)
January 22, 2019 (Session I-10:30 A.M. / Session II-2:00 P.M.)
January 29, 2019 (Session I-10:30 A.M. / Session II-2:00 P.M.)
February 5, 2018 (Session I-10:30 A.M. / Session II-2:00 P.M.)
January 17, 2019 (Session I-10:30 A.M. / Session II-5:00 P.M.)
January 24, 2019 (Session I-10:30 A.M. / Session II-2:00 P.M.)
January 31, 2019 (Session I-10:30 A.M. / Session II-5:00 P.M.)
February 7, 2019 (Session I-10:30 A.M. / Session II-2:00 P.M.)
Georgetown Library (One session only)
January 29, 2019 (Session I-2:00 P.M.)
Seaford Library (One session only)
February 5, 2019 (Session I-2:00 P.M.)
Are you thinking about returning to school, but you are not sure how to prepare? Here are some tips and resources to review prior to attending an orientation session.
TABE (Test of Adult Basic Education) Test Preparation
The testing that you will complete at orientation will assess your math and reading skill levels. You may wish to review basic math and reading concepts prior to testing. Many practice tests and resources are available for FREE online. Here are a few suggestions:
Writing Assessment Preparation
You will be required to complete a writing sample. The writing prompt provided will be based on your score on the reading portion of the TABE test. It is expected that you will write a traditional five (5) paragraph essay for this assessment. There are many writing resources available for FREE online. Here are a few suggestions:
Do you need testing or instructional accommodations?
Delaware Adult Education programs comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 2010. If you need a special accommodation, please Cathy Kipp, Executive Director at least three (3) weeks prior to orientation:
All information is kept confidential.
See www.ada.gov for more information.
Click here for detailed accessibility information for our James H. Groves Adult High School Program.
Click here for detailed accessibility information for our ABE/GED Preparation Programs.
Are you under the age of 18?
All potential students under the age of 18 must be officially withdrawn high school and must provide the following documentation to be eligible for enrollment at DCDAL:
• Official transcript from last school attended
• Official withdrawal form from last school attended- This form must be signed by the school and by the parent/guardian
• Letter of recommendation- This letter must be from a staff and/or faculty member at the last school attended and must recommend the potential student for classes at DCDAL
**No potential students under the age of 18 will be permitted to enroll in any program at DCDAL until all of the above criteria are met.
Questions? Please contact the DCDAL office at 1-302-883-0420
Documents may be faxed directly to our office at 1-302-883-0421