Question: How can I get my high school equivalency?
Answer: Lewiston Adult Education offers classes and testing for the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) at the Adult Learning Center on 145 Birch St. in Lewiston. Call the office at 207-784-2928 to set up an appointment to begin the process. All classes and tests are free.
Question: How do I get my high school diploma?
Answer: Auburn Adult & Community Education offers diploma classes at Edward Little High School in Auburn. The classes are free and Lewiston residents may sign up. The office number is 207-333-6661.
Lewiston Adult Education also offers diploma classes. Call our office at 207-784-2928 for more information.
Question: What if Lewiston Adult Education does not offer a class in which I am interested?
Answer: The Maine Adult Education website will allow you to search for classes in other adult education programs throughout the state. The website is www.maineadulted.org.
Question: How do I get a copy of my GED transcript that I took at Lewiston Adult Education?
Answer: Head to the website www.diplomasender.com. The records are for GED only.
Question: How do I find the Adult Learning Center?
Answer: Lewiston Adult Education’s Adult Learning Center is located in Longley School on 145 Birch St. Students can work on getting their high school equivalency as well as take citizenship and English classes. The office is also where records are kept for people who have received their GED in the past. Maine now uses the HiSET exam for testing. The number is 207-784-2928.
The Longley School sign is above the main entrance. But the Adult Learning Center entrance is on the left side of the building.
Go through the gate on the left-hand side of the parking lot.
Walk on the path between the white buildings and the school. In warmer weather, you should see the blue painted footprints.
The Adult Learning Center entrance has a large sign next to the double doors.
Question: What is the district’s policy regarding COVID-19 prevention?
People may still wear face coverings if they choose. Those who test positive for COVID-19 are asked to not attend classes until they recover and test negative.