Laurens County Adult Education celebrated its fall graduates on Dec. 18, and spring graduation on May 23, at an evening ceremony held at the Higher Education Center.
Thirty graduates and seven adult education National Honor Society students and graduates were recognized during these ceremonies. National Honor Society inductees wore purple stoles in recognition of their induction, and they chose family members or staff members to pin them during that ceremony.
Graduates chose family members to present their graduate certificates. Students who earned WIN National Career Readiness Certificates wore bronze, silver or gold cords to represent their levels of achievement.
Laurens County Adult Education is currently running two summer sessions. New students may enroll at 8:30 a.m. or 5 p.m. on July 8 or 22. Fall classes begin on August 5 at all sites.