About Our School
The Bismarck Adult Learning Center (ALC) provides services to assist individuals to improve academic abilities, enter employment or post secondary training, retain employment, and improve life skills. Services are available to anyone 16 or older who lacks basic academic skills or a high school diploma.
The ALC also provides services to meet the needs of displaced homemakers, English Language Learners, injured workers, and others in academic need. All classes are taught using an individualized approach, with each student having his or her own educational plan, and with each student moving at his or her own pace.
Most services provided by the ALC are free to eligible North Dakota residents from Region VII.
Online access to GED preparation is available 24 hours per day seven days per week during the school year as long as funding is available for the online program.
The goal of the Bismarck Adult Learning Center is to help students reach their goals of attaining a GED, enrolling in post secondary training, building basic skills, learning English, or improving job readiness.