Mission and Vision
The mission of Greeneville Adult Education is to empower adult learners to become self-sufficient by applying instruction in basic academics and life coping training and employability skills which will ultimately have a positive impact on the individual, the family, the workplace, and the community.
The Greeneville Adult Education staff believes that education must be viewed as a lifelong process and opportunities should be provided for individuals to enhance their skills and become more productive. We strive to provide these opportunities.
Types of Programs Offered
- Basic Literacy
- Adult Basic Education
- Adult Secondary Education (G.E.D. Preparatory)
- English as a Second or Other Language
- Family Literacy
- Juvenile G.E.D. classes
- Computer Basic Skills
- Workplace Literacy
Contact (423) 638-2512 or Kim Gass for dates, times and locations of classes.