Classes in each series are held once a week; either in the morning or afternoon. Classes generally last 2 hours and span a two to six week period. Classes are offered in American political history, American history, Jewish history, religion, music, genealogy and meteorology.
More than 30 graduates of all ages received a standing ovation from a packed house as they received their High School Equivalency diplomas from the Northeast State Adult Education Program on June 13 in Johnson City, following a recent one in Kingsport. Several adult students took big steps forward on May 30 when they walked the stage to receive their High School Equivalency diplomas via the Northeast State Adult Education Program. The council is seeking several volunteers to train adult students who are looking to improve their literacy skills.
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Established as the keystone award for former employees, the KCS Hall of Fame recognizes those individuals that have most impacted the Kingsport educational community during their careers with KCS. Virgealia "Jill" Ellis. During her tenure, she served as a teacher, guidance counselor, and as a district Career Ladder program evaluator.
Since opening the downtown Main Street Kingsport campus inKing remains committed to providing a quality Christian liberal arts education for adult learners in the Kingsport area. In fallKing University combined academic offerings from its presence at the Kingsport Center for Higher Education with its downtown location on Main Street. The change will maximize academic programs and provide simplified access to a wider range of course offerings for our Kingsport students.
That made the Johnson city event the second adult ed ceremony in the Tri-Cities this spring. Graduates Michelle Whitaker and Gary Barnett briefly shared their stories with the crowd, emphasizing gratefulness for a second chance. Whitaker, 39, said she battled drug addiction and troubles with the law for many years that cost her her home, children and self-esteem. She credited her faith in God and her teacher, Karla Prudhomme, for giving her the inspiration and confidence to turn her life around and complete the program.
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Several adult students took big steps forward on May 30 when they walked the stage to receive their High School Equivalency diplomas via the Northeast State Adult Education Program. Adult Education program director Debbie Fillers welcomed graduates and their families to the ceremony held at the Kingsport Center for Higher Education. The adult education team helps adults to complete a high school education, transition to postsecondary education and training, and obtain employment. The Northeast State adult education program recorded a total of graduates since July 1,