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Adult Education

JoAnna Jamison
Dr. Susan Hartzler 
Director of Adult Education / Biography

Amy McCready
Assistant High School Principal/ASPIRE/Adult Education Amy McCready

Adult Education Learning Center
7616 S. Garnett Rd
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
NW corner of 9th Grade Center campus

Main Phone: 918-357-7040

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Information about classes, hours, locations.

Community Education serves as the “umbrella” for a variety of programs offered to the community by the Union Public School District.  These programs include adult classes funded by the State Department of Education and community programs for both adults and children.  Some programs are offered at no cost, others at a nominal fee. 

Adult Basic Education

GED Preparation 

Classes are provided for adults who are no longer attending high school and need basic skills instruction in reading, writing, math, and life skills.

GED and Industry Certification Exams

Passing the General Educational Development or GED test qualifies adults to receive a high school diploma issued by the State of Oklahoma and participate in our graduation ceremony. This exam is available on paper or computer. We also offer certification exams for various fields such as IT, health, and education through our Pearson VUE testing center.

English as a Second Language

English as a Second Language or ESL classes provide instruction to non-English speaking adults.  Students learn communication and assimilation skills in order to be productive citizens.

Family Literacy

Family Literacy classes offer ABE and ESL to parents along with parent/child interaction time.  By learning together as a family, the program reinforces life skills that parents and children need to succeed.

Workplace Literacy

These classes are designed specifically to teach ABE or ESL to employees in order to achieve high performance work and product quality.  Union’s instruction staff will identify tasks important to the employer and make those tasks the focus of basic skills.