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North Adult Education Center
100 Arcadia Ave.
Columbus, OH 43202

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Submitted by: April Carter Im a: Former Student Date: 31/01/2013
Hello. I am not sure if they even still have this program but didn't actually attend the school. I participated in a GED program there. The program consisted of you taking the test in parts. There was no time frame that the test had to be completed. The first part of the test, you had to complete two parts of it; I did the writing portion and math. About two or three months later, I came back and completed another portion of the test, and so on and so on... The way this program was set up was so very conveient for me because I was working and raising kids and it took a lot of the stress off me because I wasn't forced to complete the entire test all at once. I can't comment on the staff or the actual school enviornment because I didn't have much interaction with them. I would have to say, that I think this program was great for people in similar situation as I was back then in 2001. I am not sure if it is stll in existance, but if is isn't; it should be!

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Dr. Gene Harris
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There are 210.0 students enrolled for credits in the fall of last year academic year

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Reviews of the North Adult Education Center
Submitted by: April Carter Im a: Former Student Date: 31/01/2013
Hello. I am not sure if they even still have this program but didn't actually attend the school. I participated in a GED program there. The program consisted of you taking the test in parts. There was no time frame that the test had to be completed. The first part of the test, you had to complete two parts of it; I did the writing portion and math. About two or three months later, I came back and completed another portion of the test, and so on and so on... The way this program was set up was so very conveient for me because I was working and raising kids and it took a lot of the stress off me because I wasn't forced to complete the entire test all at once. I can't comment on the staff or the actual school enviornment because I didn't have much interaction with them. I would have to say, that I think this program was great for people in similar situation as I was back then in 2001. I am not sure if it is stll in existance, but if is isn't; it should be!
Submitted by: Student Im a: Student Date: 16/09/2008
North Adult's nursing program is the cheapest LPN school in the Columbus area. If you pass everything, you'll finish in exactly one year - no prereqs. needed beyond STNA & CPR. Some of the teachers are amazing. A few of them really know their stuff and are great. A few of them don't seem to know what they're doing. The thing that makes it hard is that you can't pick your classes or teachers. That is also the good thing about it. You are stuck with the same 40 people for a year. You make great friends, learn a ton, and everyone's in it together. Another good thing is that this LPN school has been around for a long time. Some programs in the area are new and may not be there when you put them on your resume in 10 years. Overall, even with the frustrations, it has been a great experience.
Submitted by: Patrick Im a: Former Student Date: 12/12/2007
North Adult brings a feeling of nostalgia to me. I went to this school from late 2002 to 2003 to finish up the courses that I needed to graduate from high school. It had a laid back feel to it. It was fun, and you could tell that the teachers really did not care to be there much. Their teaching was done perfunctorily. Some of the students were kids that attended it as night school, a side school to catch up on credits, after attending their day school. Some students, like me, were out of high school and went there to get the credits that they needed to graduate from high school. As a 17 year old kid, it was different schooling at night time, and it was fun. Fun because of all the reasons I mentioned above, and fun because the school was in the middle of high street and on the edge of clintonville, ohio and there was a flavor of the area that permeated throughout the school and the kids that went there. The school building was also somethign that I loved. It is a very old and large building with a gothic feel to it. Sometimes during night class I would roam the halls and look at the black and white pictures hanging on the walls. A part of me wondered if there were perhaps any ghosts from yesteryears roaming the hallways after class hours. This is my experience of the center. From what I gather now, they no longer hold night classes there and for that a part of me feels for the kids that will never have the chance to experience going to school there. I haven't attended the school since 2003, but I visited it last year to gather inspiration for a story that I currently have on the back burner. There are technical classes that are held there, however. The school is in literally a minute walk from High Street, where a bus runs frequently downtown, and so I rate the local transportation a 10. The atmosphere is second to none, in my opinion. I like it so much that I may take a trip up there after I get off of this computer.
Submitted by: bobby Im a: Former Student Date: 13/04/2007
the administration when i was there was horrible. no student support at all. now they have new administration i think so it could be better. the teaching would have been great but the exception was our first level pharm teacher. he was horrible!! worst teacher i ever had. he would just read you the chapter out loud in a@p, and he had no idea what he was doing in pharm, we pretty much taught ourselves. he also would make mistakes on his own test in the form of grading them and the answers he had made and refused to change them. one student failed first level a@p by .1%. he requested to view his test and found mistakes in the gradings. obvious mistakes in the grading. the teacher even admitted the mistakes and still refused to correct his grade. and the administration backed him up. all about the money i guess.



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