Adult Education

Essential Program Components

  1. Adult basic education;
  2. Programs for adults of limited English proficiency;
  3. Adult secondary education, including programs leading to a high school equivalency certificate or a high school diploma;
  4. Instructional services to improve student proficiencies necessary to function effectively in adult life, including accessing further education, employment-related training, or employment;
  5. Assessment and guidance services related to items 1–4, above; and
  6. Collaboration with multiple partners in the community to expand the services available to adult learners and to prevent duplication of services.

Diploma Requirements

  1. There shall be no limit to the number of secondary credits adults may earn by demonstrating competence.
  2. Adults may earn the required physical education credits by one or more of the following:
    1. Satisfactory completion of approved secondary physical education courses; or
    2. Substitution of state-approved secondary elective courses.
  3. Adults must meet the requirements for successful performance on a secondary level test designated by the commissioner of education.

Staff Qualifications

Professional Development

Tuition and Fees

Reimbursement for Community Education


Woodville ISD



DATE ISSUED: 1/2/2019