We would like to welcome you to Meadowcreek Community School, where we believe in appreciating diverse view points, and the motivation to become lifelong learners pursuing lives as productive members of a global society!
We are open to the entire Meadowcreek Cluster family so that we can offer many programs, services, and classes that will facilitate growth and development . We attempt to offer training, and exploration that is enjoyable and relaxing to all ages.
If you do not find a course that interests you, please send our office an email. We want to continue to expand our program and offer new and exciting opportunities to learn and grow. Please stop by and visit our community center!
About MHS Community School
The Meadowcreek High School Community school is open to the entire Meadowcreek Cluster family so that we can offer many programs, services, and classes that will facilitate growth and development . We attempt to offer training, and exploration that is enjoyable and relaxing to all ages.
Meadowcreek High School
SAT / ACT Prep Class
Our next SAT prep class will be targeting the March 14th test date. Classes are every Tuesday and Thursday starting February 25th and ending on March 11th. Cost for the class is only $85. Payments can be made via mypaymentsplus.com
Dates: January 13, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29
Location: Room 4.112 (Meadowcreek High School)
Time: 3:00PM – 6:00PM
Please turn application into:
Mr. Keith Hilliard
MHS Drivers Ed Instructor - 1-478-390-0225
Payments can be made to MyPaymentsPlus (see below)
Gwinnett Tech ESL Classes
GWINNETT TECH ESL COURSES
English as a Second Language/ EL Civics (ESL) is designed for adults with limited or no ability to speak English. These classes provide some English instruction and additional information necessary for immigrants to live and work in Georgia. The Adult Education program at Gwinnett Tech offers six levels of instruction from basic literacy to advanced levels. Morning, afternoon and evening classes are provided.
18-Year-Old and Over Registration Requirements:
Verification of Eligibility for Public Benefit Affidavit Directions
In accordance with Georgia law (O.C.G.A. § 50-36-1), Office of Adult Education grantees who receive state funds must require every applicant (ages 18 and over) to provide a secure and verifiable document and execute a signed and sworn affidavit verifying his or her lawful presence in the United States in order to be eligible to receive the public benefit of adult education.
For a list of secure and verifiable documents , refer to the “List of Secure and Verifiable Documents” posted at http://law.georgia.gov/immigration-reports
For more information please contact Gwinnett Tech:
Website: http://www.gwinnetttech.edu/esl or call: 678.226.6401