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Adult Education

Whether you are studying for your GED®, getting ready for college, looking for a better job, or learning English, our program is here to help. Our staff will work with you to create an education plan that will help you meet your goals. Scroll below to find the program nearest you to get started today. 

Our programs can help you:

  • Prepare for the GED
  • Get into a technical training program
  • Get into college
  • Improve skills to get a better job
  • Learn English as an additional language 


  • Over the age of 16
  • Not currently enrolled in public high school
  • Skills below the 12th grade level

Adult Education programs also serve students who are learning to read, write, and speak the English language

High school and college graduates still qualify for the AE program if your skills have fallen below the 12thgrade level and need some refreshing

How to Enroll: 

Contact the program site nearest you. 

The program site will work with you to schedule the following: 

Orientation Meeting –  Discuss Goals & Create an Educational Plan 

Assessment – Determine which class or classes will best meet your needs

Idaho’s Adult Education program is a free service that can help you improve your math, reading, writing, and English language skills. 

Program Sites


Idaho Adult Education Contacts


Guidelines and Policies

Distance Learning and Normed Materials

Data Desk Audit Guidance 

Data Desk Audit Report

Reimbursement Form AE

Reimbursement Form IDOC

AE Perkins Reserve Reimbursement

LACES Intake Form

Need More Information?

Korey Mereness

Korey Mereness
Program Director of Adult Education and GED

Rae Thomas

Rae Thomas
Administrative Support

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