Basic Skills/College and Career Readiness/GED® Classes


Complete your High School Equivalency/GED®!

Pamlico Community College offers FREE adult basic education classes to build skills in reading, language, and math, as well as prepare students for high school equivalency exams (examples are GED® and HiSET ).

Free classes, which are offered in the morning and the evening, are taught by professional instructors who are committed to student success! Classes are held virtually, on the Grantsboro Campus, and at the Bayboro Center.

Map and Directions.

Register for FREE Classes Now!

Please call 252-249-1851, ext. 3015, or email lgiles@pamlicocc.edu  to register for classes!

***Students ages 16-17 will need to complete the Parental Release Form and School Release Form.***

Parental Release Form

 School Release Form


Do you want to improve your English language skills?

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Free English language instruction is available for individuals who are non-native English speakers. Professional instruction in speaking, reading, and writing is provided to individuals who are seeking to learn or improve these skills to assist with employability skills, social skills, or secondary (GED®) or post-secondary studies. Map and Directions

**If your organization is interested in on-site instruction, please contact Pamlico Community College for more information on establishing a satellite location for your group:

Please call 252-249-1851, ext. 3015, or email lgiles@pamlicocc.edu  to register for classes!


Basic Skills Plus

The Basic Skills Plus program at Pamlico Community College combines Adult Secondary Education classes along with certificate programs that assist students in graduating with a High School Equivalency Diploma and marketable occupational skills! Career pathways include CNA I, Phlebotomy, Electrical, and Welding. Students in the Basic Skills Plus Program will work on completing the High School Equivalency Diploma and pathway career courses. In this process, students will receive academic support services and job skills training.


For more information contact:
Lori Giles
Chair of Continuing Education and Technical Programs
252-249-1851 ext. 3015
Johnson Bldg., Room 125

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