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Literacy Education (Aspire/GED)

Aspire Wayne County
Administrative Offices
c/o Central Christian Church
407 N. Market Street
Wooster, OH  44691

Office hours are Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can reach us at 330-988-1007.

 

About Us:
Aspire helps Wayne County, Ohio adults prepare to take the GED test, as well as college and vocational school entrance exams. Classes focus on helping students learn to read, improve math and writing skills and/or improve English language skills. The program also promotes family literacy, positive parenting and lifelong learning.

 

Our Programs:
We are a partnership of three programs: Adult Readiness Education (Aspire), English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), and Families Learning Together (FLT).
 
Click here for information on the Adult Diploma Program.
 
 
Our Funding:  
All of our programs are offered FREE to the Wayne County Community.  Aspire is a program of Wayne County Schools Career Center - Adult and Community Education.  All services provided are FREE through grants from the Ohio Board of Regents/University System of Ohio-State ABLE OfficeUnited Way of Wayne and Holmes Counties, and Orrville Area United Way.  Supplemental grants have been provided through the Dollar General Literacy FoundationWooster Rotary International Literacy CommitteeWayne County Community Foundation.

 

 

Literacy Education includes :

Adult, Basic and Literacy Education (ABLE) Wayne County ABLE

English for Speakers of Other Languages

Families Learning Together

GED Preparation

 

For information on the new Adult Diploma Programs offered at no cost through a grant from the Ohio Department of Education, click here.