Livingston Adult Education

Ted Kroll, Director of Adult Education

Welcome!  If you're looking to update your job skills, complete your high school diploma, prepare for your GED, or enhance your academic skills, we are here to support you. 

If you have questions, or would like more information about our Adult Education program, please contact Ted Kroll at 517.540.6890 or; or complete the form below and a member of our staff will contact you.

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Open Lab   Flexible Online Learning 
Our lab is open Monday through Thursday. Students can drop in — no appointment is necessary — and work with certified teachers who are on staff during the following hours: 

Mondays & Wednesdays 2pm  5pm
Tuesdays & Thursdays 9am ― 12pm
  For students interested in updating their current skills, pursuing their diploma or GED, our flexible online curriculum allows the students the flexibility to learn at their own convenience.

Flexible Online Learning    FREE Classes 
We are located in the Livingston ESA Education Center: 
1425 W. Grand River Ave.
WAY+ Program Entrance
Howell, MI
  Our Adult Education program is a free service; there are no registration or enrollment fees.
Community Partnerships 

LESA Adult Education is able to provide High School Completion courtesy of our partnership with Hartland Consolidated Schools. Hartland Consolidated Schools issues diplomas for students who complete the necessary requirements.  

Livingston County Literacy Coalition partnerships offers access to volunteers who want to help you learn. Whether it is with reading, writing, math, or science their tutoring resources are available. Click here to visit their website and learn more.


Michigan Works! Southeast is partnered to help provide resources to jobs, skill acquisition, certification opportunities, and many other services. Click here to visit their website and learn more.

The Adult Education Program affords eligible individuals the ability to work on improving basic mathematics and/or reading skills, complete courses to obtain their high school diploma, or prepare for the high school equivalency (GED) tests.  

In order to be eligible, enrollees must be at least 18 years of age as of July 1 of the current school year, and a minimum of four years must have passed since originally being enrolled in high school.  

Teachers are available throughout the week to work directly with enrolled individuals, both in-person, and through on-line classes. 


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