Vidor’s AIM Center High School Offering Evening and G.E.D. Classes for Adults

Published 5:56 pm Saturday, February 24, 2018

To The Leader


VIDOR — It is not too late to go back to school and earn ​a high school diploma.

Adults age​s​ 18-25 can take advantage of AIM Center High School’s convenient and self-paced adult education program. AIM Center High School is designed to fit ​the learner’s schedule, and to meet the unique needs of adult learners every step of the way.

Students may benefit from the Adult High School Diploma Program if they:

  • Are no longer eligible to complete their high school education in a traditional high school setting
  • Are trying to complete their high school studies while working full time and/or raising a family
  • Travel frequently

Courses are free of charge​ and are recommended for:​

  • Students needing to recover lost credit
  • Students with unusual time commitments
  • Students who need a unique environment to meet their academic needs
  • Students needing a few credits to graduate

This program is designed to meet the educational needs of students whose high school education has been interrupted. ​ The courses are available to students 18-25 who are behind in credits and/or required courses and wish to catch up in order to graduate with a high school diploma.

Students can attend afternoon/evening school. Classes are held in the evenings, Tuesday and Thursday.​ In addition, those choosing to work towards a G.E.D. may attend preparation classes free of charge on Tuesday and Thursdays from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at the AIM Center, located at ​690 Orange Street in Vidor. For further information or to inquire about classes, contact 951-8780​.​