All of our services at The Literacy Center are free – from the materials we provide to the classes we teach.
We hold High School Equivalency preparation classes every Tuesday and Thursday, 1pm – 4pm. We cover reading, writing, Math, Social Studies, and Science. We also have a library of resources available to all students. The HSE class in designed to refresh students when it comes to what is required for the TASC test.
“This feels like I got some kind of hope. Someone helps me. One on one.”
Students wishing to attend classes should set up an appointment, either on this website or by calling (812) 429-1222. When signing up, the student fills out some basic information forms, talks with the Education Coordinator, and completes a straight-forward assessment. The assessment isn’t a pass or fail test, but tells us what skills the student has already.
Following this, the student is welcome to attend our HSE classes. We are dedicated to supporting each student individually, and help students set personal goals. We also supply student-specific help.
“They got me on the right track to take the HSE.”
No topic is too ‘basic’ at The Literacy Center. Whether you need help with algebra or just adding numbers together, we can help. Many students that come to The Literacy Center tend to say our personal touch is the most helpful thing we offer.
Every student is given advice on how best to prepare for the TASC test, and is told what the process will look like. Students can also be paired with one of our fantastic tutors for some extra help.
If you would like to sign up, please fill out the following form. If you have any questions, you can call (812) 429-1222. If you think you need some help with reading and writing before you go for your HSE, take a look at our Basic Adult Literacy and On-Site Learning Alliance programs.