SIMPSON COUNTY ADULT EDUCATION CENTER NAMED NUMBER ONE IN THE STATE
Bowling Green, KY (October 6, 2014) The Simpson County Adult Education Center, is pleased to announce that was named the number one performing adult education program in the state of Kentucky. The designation is based on the percentage of people receiving graduate equivalency diplomas or GEDs. The Simpson County Adult Education is housed in Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC) Franklin-Simpson Center
According to Dr. James McCaslin, Vice President of Outreach amp; Community Development, The staff at the Simpson County Adult Education Center is truly phenomenal. Their care, compassion, and supportive nature ensure that the students with whom they work are successful. It is wonderful to see their work recognized throughout the state. Most importantly, though, it is invigorating to see their students succeed.
According to Raymond Haddix, Coordinator, Simpson County Adult Education, It is rewarding to assist with the adult education needs of our community. The staff at Simpson County Adult Education really enjoy their work and that enthusiasm reflects over to the students that they help on a daily basis. It is truly a blessing that our staff have such compassion for their work.
In addition to regular classes, SKYCTC also offers many online general education classes to help meet the needs of student. The last day for orientation is March 7, 2014 but new students will need to be admitted by March 5, 2014. For more information, please contact SKYCTC Admissions at 270-901-1000 or visit southcentral.kctcs.edu.
Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College operates Adult Education Centers in Warren Barren, Metcalfe, and Simpson counties.
SKYCTC has the mission to improve the employability and quality of life of south central Kentucky citizens as the primary provider of: certificate, diploma, associate degree, and collegiate transfer programs; college and workforce readiness programs; workforce education and training; and adult and family literacy.