Adult Education New Student Orientation
Adult Education empowers individuals to become self-sufficient, with skills necessary for future employment and personal successes. We assist adults to become literate and obtain the knowledge and skills necessary for employment and self-sufficiency while completing a secondary education.
Adult Education is a program of instruction below the collegiate level for adults. Logan City School District Adult Education is comprised of Adult High School Completion (AHSC/ASE) and Adult Basic Education (ABE).
The adult education programs of Logan City School District do not discriminate in its programs based on race, color, national origin, sex or disabilities.
Coordinator: Matt Bennett
To send an email to one of the teachers, click on their name above.
Location: Logan High School
162 West 100 South Logan, UT 84321
Rooms 202, 203, and 205. Please enter LHS in the the east doors, then take the stairs, the rooms will be at the top of the stairs.
Phone 435 374-8002
School Monday-Thursday 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Closed Holidays (see Adult Education Calendar on the adult ed web page)
Quarter 1 September 25 – November 16
Quarter 2 November 27 – February 15
Quarter 3 February 20 – April 19
Quarter 4 April 23 – June 28
- Valid ID Y / N
- Transcript Y / N
- Pay $25 fee for term Y / N
- TABE Test Y / N (TABE test is required within the first week of enrollment. Retest in lowest area at 50 instructional hours. Complete retest at graduation.) ***After completion of TABE pretest, teachers will assess skill levels and determine the best course of action. (Face to Face, online, and/or packet courses)
- Meeting with Director (SEOP) Y / N
- SEOP (Career discussion and goals) Y / N
- I know my credit needs Y / N
BYU Online High School
Students can be enrolled in BYU online classes to meet credit requirements. Instructions for access and work within those specific classes will be given at enrollment.
On the Firefox browser, go to the website aplus.loganschools.org. Click on the red tab that says “web start”. Enter your logon name. You will start by taking a pretest. If you pass the pretest with 80% or better, you pass the lesson and move on. If you don’t pass, you need to study for a minimum of 5 minutes. Take notes, review and learn what you don’t know. After 5 minutes, you will be able to take a practice test. If you pass the practice test with 80% or better, then you can take the mastery test. Mastery test needs to be passed with 70% or better. You don’t need to do the essays. If you need to know a definition, you may go to dictionary.com to find it, but that is all you may use the internet for. You may not search for answers to questions. If you do, you will lose credit for what you have done on A Plus and will need to find a different way to earn credit. You can get APlus from home on your time as well as in class.
Face to Face
Teachers will assess the needs of the students and select classes to teach live nightly. These classes will require full attendance, homework and participation. Teachers will tell you the requirements, credit and policies on the syllabus for each class.
On an individual basis, packets or outside work can be completed to earn credit. Possible packets for credit are: Art, Computer Tech.
PE Credit can be achieved by tracking your daily exercise on a PE log that staff can give you. Track your workout routines, walking, jogging, weightlifting, sports you play, etc. 30 hours = .25 credit.
Career & Technical Education (CTE) credit can be earned by turning in pay stubs from legitimate employment. 225 hours = .25 credit. General elective credit can be earned this way as well up to 4 credits total. 1 credit CTE and 3 more to general elective or if CTE is not needed then 4 to general elective. Along with work hours, staff will present job training and assignments for you to complete and bring in guest speakers to teach about work/career related topics.
TABE workbooks – TABE workbooks will help you prepare and score better on TABE assessments; completion of workbooks will also earn credit.
Additional credit can be earned from service in the Armed Forces or certifications you already have from school or job training. See teachers for more info.
LCSD Adult Education GED Program
In class options
We run school Monday – Thursday 4:00 – 8:00 pm. You can come in during those hours and study, work online, take online practice tests, get teacher help, and work in TABE and GED workbooks.
Online GED prep options
Go to the website litlink.com. Create an account for yourself as a student. This website is a great resource for studying and practice tests. Other options are at www.Utahfutures.org www.khanacademy.org www.freerice.com.
We have GED prep workbooks that you can use to study. Please don’t write in them. We also have TABE workbooks that may be helpful depending on your level and ability.
Taking the GED test
You can register for the GED Test online at www.GEDtestingservice.com. It costs $30 per subtest or you can take the entire test for $120.