Step up to a new future of opportunity
The mission of the Adult Diploma Program is to prepare our students to be informed responsible and productive citizens.
Administration and staff are committed to creating an environment which promotes the pursuit of a high school diploma and is responsive to the needs of the individual learner in our diverse coastal community. Our great challenge is to provide an education for every student who comes to our program and to keep them interested in pursuing a high school diploma until completion.
We assume the responsibility for assisting our students to develop initiative, to have respect for themselves and others, and to appreciate multi-cultural backgrounds and traditions. We will foster in our students a strong desire to learn and to encourage them to become life-long learners.
- How do I register?
- What are the fees for the academic programs?
- Do I need to be a Groton resident to enroll in class?
All students should bring the following documentation with them to registration
- Transcripts - providing a transcript from all previously attended schools will ensure prompt enrollment (course selection) in the Adult Education program.
- Proof of address
- Two forms of identification
- Withdraw form - Students under the age of 18 must present a withdrawal document with a parental/ guardian signature
Any student under the age of 18 MUST bring a parent or guardian to register.
Programs of Study
Earn your diploma by taking interesting classes such as forensics, STEM, Topics in History and Personal Finance. You can earn credit for military experience, work or take an independent study to learn about something you are curious about. Experienced teachers, counselors and support staff will help you all along the way. To inquire call 860-441-2152
The goal of the ESOL program is to provide the opportunity for all students to acquire knowledge and develop English proficiency to succeed in life and work. Many of our ESOL students, after completing the program, continue their education by entering our GED program, and depending on their level, enter college.
Groton has partnered with New London's Adult Education Program to bring you this opportunity. To find out more about the program please click here
GED is an acronym for General Educational Development. It's a credential that can substitute for a high school diploma. Groton has partnered with New London's Adult Education Program to bring you this opportunity. To find out more about the program please click here
Classes are held at West Side Middle School, 250 Brandegee Avenue, Groton CT
on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5:30pm - 8:30pm