Overview

  • District 113 Adult Education is grant-funded and offers no-cost English as a Second Language, Adult Basic Education, Adult Secondary Education, Citizenship Preparation, Introduction to Healthcare Careers, and Illinois High School Equivalency (GED®) Preparation in English and Spanish classes for adults 16 years of age and older. Instruction throughout all levels is focused on addressing basic literacy and academic skills, English language acquisition, digital literacy and keyboarding skills, rights and responsibilities of citizenship and civic participation, as well as employment and workforce preparation skills.

    Adult Education Director: Reni Mitkova at rmitkova@dist113.org and 224-765-1021

    2018 Spring Flyer: SPRING SEMESTER FLYER

    Registration for Spring 2018 Semester: January 4th, 2018 from 6pm-8pm at the Highland Park High School Library!

    You may also register at one of our 9 class locations throughout the semester during class times:

    • Highland Park High School (433 Vine Ave., Highland Park) 

    Thursday & Thursday, January 9-March 29, 6pm-8pm 

    • Alexander School (1210 Adams Street, North Chicago)

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursay,  January 8-March 6, 6pm-8pm 

    • Nuestro Center (501 Bank Lane, Highwood)

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursay,  January 8-March 29, 9am-11am

    • Trinity International University (2065 Half Day Road, Deerfield)

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursay,  January 8-March 29, 9am-11am, Carlson Building, Room 111

    • Patty Turner Center (375 Elm Street, Deerfield)

    Thursday & Thursday, January 9-March 29, 9am-11am

    • Trinity Episcopal Church (425 Laurel Ave., Highland Park)

    Thursday & Thursday, January 9-March 29, 9am-11am

    • North Chicago Public Library (2100 Argonne Drive, North Chicago)

    Wednesdays, January 10-March 29, 9am-11am

    •  Family Network, (330 Laurel Ave.,  Highland Park)

    Wednesday &Friday, August 25, January 10-March 29, 9:30am-11:30am