Do You need a GED ?

Carroll County Adult-Education Program (CCAP) is a non-profit agency whose mission is:  to enhance opportunities for residents of Carroll County through academic, workforce, and life skills development.

Carroll County Adult -Education Program (CCAP) gives a second chance to local residents who didn’t graduate from high school, or who need help to improve basic reading skills.

CCAP  helps individuals who already have their GED or high school diploma, but need help in passing a college entrance exam.  CCAP also helps those who are seeking a job promotion, and need assistance to increase math or reading skills.

Lafayette Adult Resource Academy (LARA) was instrumental in starting Carroll County’s Adult-Education Program. CCAP is now  a separate entity and governed by our own local advisory board.  Federal and state dollars also support the program, based on a formula that includes enrollment and student success rate.

Classes are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from  5 to 8 pm.

Maxine Shanks -“It takes some longer than others, but they get it now.”
“They all aim to get that GED. They have mountains to climb, but they have lots of courage.”

Patsy Lewandowski is CCAP director and teacher.
Phone: 765-564-2100 Ext. 1100
Maxine Shanks- teacher
Margaret Mose – administrative aid


GED classes for 2013 are located, at the now Delphi Community School Transportation Bldg.
Classes will be from 5 - 8 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

Open Enrollment 2013 - new students are accepted every other Tuesday from 5-8 p.m.