High School Equivalency and Basic Skills
The Basic Skills program at Mitchell Community College helps people finish high school through Adult High School or prepare for GED or HiSET Testing to earn a high school equivalency credential. Build basic skills in reading, writing and math and hone life skills. Learn to speak, read and write English.
Classes are offered in Statesville, Mooresville and community locations across Iredell County. Flexible schedules with day and evening hours help students find a way to fit Basic Skills classes into their busy lives. Basic Skills classes are free to students.
To help students move into jobs, Mitchell offers programs that combine Basic Skills and occupational education. In most cases, Basic Skills students can have tuition or registration fees waived for continuing education occupational classes while preparing for the high school credential test.
HSE (High School Equivalency) Transcripts and Diploma Forms
If you obtained a high school equivalency diploma in North Carolina, you will need to request your records from DiplomaSender (link opens in a new page). Please note: DiplomaSender does not work on Internet Explorer.
Basic Skills Programs
To enroll, attend a registration and orientation session on any Monday. Call (704) 878-3349 or (704) 878-3233 for more information. Or sign up here.
Orientation Times and Locations
Continuing Education Center, Room 29
Mondays or Tuesdays, 9 a.m. or 5 p.m.
Mondays or Tuesdays, 9 a.m. or 4 p.m.