The Adult Basic Education program is for students who need a high school diploma, have legally withdrawn from a traditional K-12 school or score at the ABE level on the TABE placement assessment.
Adult and Career Services Center (ACSC)
The ACSC is a “one-stop shop” which promotes education and training opportunities bridging the gap between Adult Education, Hillsborough Technical College and the workforce.
CARIBE Refugee Program
The CARIBE Refugee Program is an Adult Education project funded by the State Department of Children and Family Services. The program provides support and direction to refugees and asylees in learning to speak English and helping to eliminate those barriers to gainful employment.
Tampa Bay Citizenship Program
The Tampa Bay Citizenship Program is an Adult Education project managed by the CARIBE Program and funded by the U.S. Department of homeland Security (DHS), United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
The English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program at the Adult Education Department, Hillsborough County Public Schools is designed to provide academic, social, cultural, and support services to adult English Language Learners (ELL) who desire to improve their English language proficiency.
Farmworkers for Migrants
The Farmworkers Career Development Program (FCDP) is a grant funded program supporting local migrant and seasonal farmworkers. Eligible students are provided workforce training leading to year-round employment.
Family Literacy Program
The Family Literacy Program gives parents the support they need to achieve their educational goals. Simultaneously, children’s literacy excels as parents become empowered. Parents who support their child’s learning contribute to their child’s successes both in school and in life.
Adult Volunteer Tutor Program
Volunteers play a key role in helping us fulfill our mission. Our volunteers are important to us and we ask your help to create a safe and meaningful volunteer experience.
High School Diploma
This program enables an adult (16 years of age or older) no longer enrolled in public education (9-12) to complete the required courses and state assessments to earn an Adult High School diploma. Course requirements are in accordance with standards established by the state. Students in this program must meet all state and local requirements for graduation.