Basic Skills & High School Equivalency
The High School Equivalency program at BRCC prepares students in language arts, math, social studies, and science so they can earn their North Carolina high-school equivalency certificate from the North Carolina Board of Community Colleges.
And while you prepare for your high-school equivalency, you can also take college courses. We will guide you to the occupations that are in demand in our area and help you succeed in your career training — all while you earn your high-school credentials.
The Road to a New Beginning and a Passport to Your Future
Basic Skills programs are for adults who do not have a high school diploma and are not in school, or who have a high school credential but whose academic skills are below the high school level and thus need academic review.
The programs in Basic Skills are:
- Adult Basic Education (ABE)
- High School Equivalency Diploma Preparation – Adult Secondary Education (ASE)
- Transitions Programs
- English For Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
Classes are offered at the Henderson County Campus, Transylvania County Campus, and at a number of off-campus locations.
Blue Ridge Community College is an authorized GED® Testing Center. Official GED® Testing is offered during day and evening hours. Testing is available in English and in Spanish. All classes are taught in English.