Evening classes this fall at Wilson Central High School

Submitted on June 25, 2012 at 1:02 PM

Evening classes provide a way for working students to get ahead in their college career. Volunteer State Community College will have eight evening courses this fall at Wilson Central High School. They include: Survey of American History I, General Psychology, Learning Support Math I, II and III, English Composition I, Music Appreciation and Computer Applications. Classes start August 27 and registration is open now.

Vol State at Wilson Central offers many general education requirement classes that will apply to many degrees and programs. They also provide an opportunity for students to take basic courses that can apply for credit at many other colleges and universities. New students will need to apply to the College before they can register for classes. That can also be accomplished online at volstate.edu. Admissions Advisors can walk new students through the process. Call 615-230-3688.

Wilson Central High School is located just off Highway 109 and just south of 1-40 in between Mt Juliet and Lebanon.


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