Adult Education, Division of Continuing Education & Workforce Training at Chesapeake College


1000 College Circle, Wye Mills, MD 21679

Chesapeake College Adult Education provides classes for people 18 years of age and older to improve their basic skills, obtain a high school diploma, improve their English language skills, and learn workplace skills that will help them to obtain a job, advance on a job, enter post-secondary education classes, or a skilled trade program

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Classes are held for people who have not received their high school diploma or who need basic skills instruction. These classes range from basic skills to GED® Test Preparation. In addition, the Program provides classes for non-native English speakers to learn English and to improve their English language skills of speaking, understanding, reading, and writing. Classes are provided both in person or virtually.

The National External Diploma Program is also offered at a one-time cost of $150.00. This is an online, portfolio based program that is self-paced and allows a person to receive their high school diploma with out the need for taking the GED® Test.

Students wishing to enroll in classes must complete registration and placement testing. To speak with someone regarding English as a Second Language, please call Sergio Cilla (410-44301163), or e-mail (Spanish speaker). For our other classes please call Beth Moyer (410-829-6043), or

Areas Served: Classes are held in Kent, Queen Anne’s, Talbot, Caroline, and Dorchester Counties.

Fees: There is no cost for traditional face-to-face classes or online classes. The National External Diploma Program has a one-time fee of $150.00.

Eligibility: Students must be at least 18 years of age to enter the Program.

Contact: Brenda Horrocks, 410-827-5929, or

tags: adult ed, ESL, GED, NEDP

Categories: Education