Adult Education

In partnership with Spartanburg County Adult Education, Middle Tyger Community Center offers GED and Adult Literacy Classes, as well as WIN/Work Keys Classes and testing.

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Adult Education

Middle Tyger Community Center serves as a campus for Spartanburg County Adult Education, a countywide collaborative program serving adult residents of Spartanburg County. Utilizing certified instructional staff, the program offers classes in Basic Education, Pre-GED/GED preparation, high school diploma completion, English as a Second Language (ESL), and WIN (Formerly WorkKeys) preparation and assessments, leading to a Career Readiness Certificate (CRC). The program also offers Skills Upgrade for those who already have a diploma, but wish to improve their academic skills in order to enter postsecondary education and/or increase their chances of gaining, keeping, and advancing employment.

College and career navigation services are offered to all students to assist with the college application process, completing financial aid applications, setting goals, creating individual career plans, building employability skills, resume writing, and job search referrals.

A wide array of adult education classes are offered during both the day and evening hours at multiple locations throughout the county. Classes are offered year round, including an abbreviated summer schedule. Student registration is open enrollment, allowing students to enroll at any time during the school year on designated registration/intake days.

Adult Ed programs

GED / High School Equivalency Diploma

Spartanburg County Adult Education's High School Equivalency classes prepare students to pass the four sections of the GED Assessment - Reasoning Through Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics.

Classes are offered at MTCC in the morning and evenings:

  • GED AM: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
  • GED PM:  5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Family Literacy

Family literacy is a term used to describe parents and children - or more broadly - adults and children - learning together. Family literacy is also referred to as intergenerational literacy. The concept underlying the model is that parents and/or guardians are their children's first teachers; the home is the first school and that learning happens from birth and is a lifelong process.

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Contact Us

Learn more about Adult Education at Middle Tyger Community Center by filling out this form or calling 864.439.7760.


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