NEW! Summer Quarter classes will be taught remotely.
Due to COVID-19, our office is currently closed to the public. The Basic and Transitional Studies program is still here for you, and working online and remotely.
New and Returning Students Welcome!
We are here to help you get ready to learn
Stay home. Stay safe. Study online.
The best way to reach us is at email@example.com.
NEW Students aged 16-21 may be interested in CEO program. CEO helps students to work towards an AA degree, GED, high school diploma or professional/technical certificate. For more information, go to CEO Website
If you’re receiving Basic Food or cash assistance from DSHS, Workforce Education may be able to help pay for textbooks, childcare, and transportation – apply online to see if you qualify.
Tuition for ABE,HS+,HSC (GED®) and ESL is $25
Help with payments (Tuition Waivers) is available with a: Quest card, unemployed, DSHS, SSI, WIC, HUD, Free or reduced lunch, or have a letter from a community organization. Please ask us for more information, firstname.lastname@example.org .
The mission of the ABE Program at Bellevue College is to offer a flexible program to meet the diverse needs of students needing basic skills to become more self-sufficient by offering courses to support students’ goals in transitioning to college classes, completing the GED®, or improving employment opportunities. Students will be able to function independently, participate more fully in a global economy, and exercise the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.
ABE math classes help students learn math operations and use math in real situations. In the five different levels, they develop skills to:
ABE English classes help students improve their reading and writing skills. In the four different levels, they develop skills to:
GED® Test Preparation classes at Bellevue College are designed for students with well-developed reading skills to:
High School + is a competency-based high school equivalency program for adult learners 18 and older who do not have a high school diploma or equivalency. Interested in HS+ classes for the Spring quarter, please contact 425-564-2342 or email: email@example.com.