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Our staff at the Grant County Adult Education Center is here to help you work toward your GED to help you better yourself by furthering your education.

John Carroll is the Coordinator for Grant County Adult Education Center. John formerly was an instructor for the Kenton County Adult Education Program in Northern Kentucky.  He also worked as a grant administrator and instructor at Gateway Community and Technical College. John enjoys working with students and seeing strong efforts made toward accomplishing their GED. 


Lisa Beach is our administrative assistant and data clerk for all our student and program records. She coordinates our managed enrollment and student recruitment. Lisa enjoys church, gardening and interior decorating.  

                                                                                                                                                                 


  Veronica Gayle is Director of the Owen County Adult Education.  She commutes to the GC Adult Education center to instruct our students Applied Math.  We are pleased to have such an incredibly talented lady as instructor here at our center and that she shares time with us and our students.
 

      

We are all available for tutoring and assistance during open lab times depending on the time and day, but a few of us are always on hand to help answer your questions. You may contact any of the staff at the Grant County Adult Education Center by calling our center at (859) 823-1341.  

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Serving Grant County, Kentucky:

We are the Grant County location of Kentucky Adult Education. We are located at 118 S. Main St (behind Gold Star Chili), Dry Ridge, KY  41035.

 For more information  about Grant County Community Programs click here.



Further Education:
We are affiliated with Gateway Community and Technical College in northern Kentucky. We encourage all of our students to continue life-long learning with an associate, technical, or bachelor's degree at Gateway and other higher education institutions. Gateway has a flexible class schedule that allows many students to attend classes in the evenings while they're working full-time.

We encourage all of our students who complete their GED to further their education.  The "Go Higher KY" website is a great resource for anyone considering future study. This site includes information on financial aid and online applications.

Many students at the Grant County Adult Education Center are working toward attending a four-year undergraduate college. Northern Kentucky University has a satellite center in Grant County.

More college information click here

Knowhow2goky.org click here


Do you know how to plan for college?  Click here for more information


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