BBCC BEdA classes return to Warden

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MOSES LAKE — Big Bend Community College Basic Education for Adults (BEdA) classes will be returning to the Warden community this September. Classes include High School completion, GED Preparation and English Language Acquisition (ELA).

“The Basic Education program is focused on meeting the needs of our local population,” said Jody Bortz, BEdA Director. “We focus on helping students prepare for college and careers within Grant and Adams Counties. By bringing classes back to Warden, we are meeting student and employer demand.”

Through BEdA classes, students can prepare for the GED test, complete their high school diploma, advance their English language skills, and receive advising and educational planning help to identify their major or next steps. BEdA students may also co-enroll into college level classes while completing their high school diploma.

Classes are offered quarterly – with completely open registration – allowing students to start throughout the year. BEdA classes cost $25.00 per quarter and classes for Fall Quarter begin on Sept. 18 at Warden High School.

For those interested in taking any of the Warden classes, registration can be done by calling the main office or in person on the first night of class.

For more information, contact the BEdA office at or 509-793-2304.

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