Welcome to Warren Woods Adult & Community Education!
What do we offer to the local community?
- Enrichment activities for youth and adults
- English literacy classes for adults who are either native English speakers or English Language Learners
- High School Diploma and Equivalency classes for adults
- HiSET Testing by appointment, when available
Steps for 2021-22 School Year Registration:
For a printed list of these steps, click 2021-22 School Year Registration Steps.
Adult Education registration is limited to Macomb County residents who are 18 years or older on July 1, 2021.
These steps are intended for all NEW students and RETURNING students who have not attended classes after July 1, 2020.
(1) Gather your documents.
To complete your registration form, you will need to gather your birth certificate or equivalent [such as a passport, immigration visa] and your driver license or state ID card. Take a picture of your birth certificate and also the front and back of your driver license or ID card.
Once you complete the registration form and click "Submit Registration", you will be directed to a page to sign up for a test. If you do not complete your registration form and submit it, you will be unable to proceed with registration steps.
(3) Complete the required CASAS or TABE test prior to meeting with a counselor or administrator.
All new students and most returning students must take an appropriate test prior to starting classes. In-person and limited online testing options will be available. Students who test online must have a computer or Chromebook. Testing on a mobile phone or tablet is not available.
Exception: Returning students who last completed a test after July 1, 2020 may not be required to take a new test.
(4) Meet with a counselor or administrator on Zoom.
You will discuss your registration, test results, goals, and previous educational experience as well as developing a schedule of classes.
(5) Pay registration fee on Payschools.
Payschools - Adult Education
Select "Adult Education Registration Fee". Credit card, debit card, and check accepted. Cash payment will only be accepted in the WWACE during normal business hours.
Exception: Students who are Michigan Works! clients and have been referred to our program by a case manager will have fees waived. Case managers should submit referrals directly to WWACE. Also, Futures for Frontliners awardees will not be required to pay a registration fee.
(6) Attend classes.
2021-22 School Year classes will begin in September and will be offered with in-class and distance learning options available. Details will be discussed during your registration appointment on Zoom. Students who complete registration will receive an email with class information prior to the start of classes.