The center, which helps train and educate Jefferson County residents for free, will now have room to offer more classes and accept larger class sizes. Jefferson County Schools Adult Program Coordinator Marty Soltis said the new location will help better serve all members of the community. Jefferson County School Board member Laurie Ogden echoed those sentiments, saying the center provides valuable skills to the community. Bryan Ortez, the center's primary ESL instructor, discussed what makes working at the center special to him. Ortez said this appreciation was especially apparent when he had back surgery in February. His students kept in contact with him, brought him food and even provided him with transportation.
Jefferson County Adult Learning Center in Charles Town, WV
Diploma/TASC - Jefferson County Adult Education
Click here. Activity Guides are available NOW! You can find your Activity Guide at the Jefferson County Community Center, your local public library, your child's school, the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce, or by calling us at We are seeking dedicated, enthusiastic, and motivated teens in our community to join the Youth Advisory Committee. Committee members have the important duty of advising the Parks and Recreation Commission and Recreation Programming staff about interests and concerns of youth and teens in Jefferson County, as well as lending a helping hand in their community. For an application, please click HERE.
The TASC passing score is out of on each of the 5 individual tests and the essay part must have a score of no less than 2 out of 8. Just choose your nearest city to find all the options in your area. You are required to show up in person at an official TASC testing site. You must be at least 16 years old but students under 18 years of age must meet additional requirements such as holding approval from a parent or guardian.