Klamath Center for Education and Training (K-CET)

K-CET Commencement

Klamath Community College’s 2020 GED certificate commencement ceremonies will be pre-recorded and broadcast online due to Covid-19. All eligible graduates will be contacted and given specific dates and times for their portion of the recording. The ceremony will not have an audience, but students will be given information as to how the ceremony can be shared with friends and family. Cap and gown sets are available at the KCC Bookstore for $29.95. We are excited to celebrate the Class of 2020 and all that students have achieved.

New and Returning Students - Enroll without Coming to Campus!

Anyone who is interested in enrolling in GED or ESL classes can fill out and submit the online “Returning Student Enrollment" form, available in both English and Spanish. This will be used for new and returning students and can be found by following this link: https://mykcc.klamathcc.edu/ICS/Admissions/KCETGEDESL.jnz If students do not remember or do not have a student ID, they should enter 000000. 

If additional help is needed, please call 541-880-2366.

Estudiantes nuevos y estudiantes que regresan - ¡Inscríbase sin venir al campus!

Cualquier persona que esté interesada en inscribirse en las clases de GED o ESL puede completar y enviar el formulario en línea "Inscripción para estudiantes que regresan", disponible en inglés y español. 
Esto se usará para estudiantes nuevos y estudiantes que regresan y se puede encontrar siguiendo este enlace: 
https://mykcc.klamathcc.edu/ICS/Admissions/KCETGEDESL.jnz  Si los estudiantes no recuerdan o no tienen un numero de estudiante, deben entrar 000000.

Si necesita ayuda adicional, llame al 541-880-2366.



Program (ABE/GED/ESL) registration is open year-round. Orientation sessions are offered at intervals throughout each term. Prior to beginning classes, you must attend a mandatory orientation session.

 Call 541-880-2366 to sign up for orientation. Space is limited.
Spring Break now extended: March 23-April 3
Spring term begins on April 6. All GED and ESL classes will be held virtually through April 28. If you are currently enrolled in Spring term, expect your instructor to call you to discuss the details of your class. If you do not have access to technology, arrangements will be made to ensure you have paper work packets to continue working on your studies.
K-CET is closed to visitors and will hold phone and email office hours only: Monday-Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with your questions or concerns.
K-CET Class Schedule:  April 6-28
Virtual – Distance Learning
Virtual – Distance Learning
Virtual – Distance Learning
Regular Online
Continues as Normal
Las vacaciones de primavera se extenderán: del 23 de Marzo al 3 de Abril
El período de primavera comienza el 6 de abril. Todas las clases de GED y ESL se llevarán a cabo virtualmente hasta el 28 de abril. Si actualmente está inscrito en el trimestre de primavera, puede contar con que su instructor lo llame para discutir los detalles de su clase. Si no tiene acceso a la tecnología, se harán arreglos para garantizar que tenga paquetes de tarea para continuar trabajando en sus estudios.

Si usted es un nuevo estudiante de primavera programado para Orientación, su fecha de inicio se retrasará. Nosotros nos pondremos en contacto con usted para programar una cita tan pronto como podamos.
K-CET está cerrado a los visitantes y solo tendrá horario de oficina por teléfono y correo electrónico: de lunes a viernes de 8:00 a.m. a 5:00 p.m.
No dude en comunicarse con nosotros con sus preguntas o inquietudes.
Horario De Clases K-CET: del 6 al 28 de Abril
Virtual - Aprendizaje a distancia
Virtual - Aprendizaje a distancia
Virtual - Aprendizaje a distancia
Regular en línea
Continúa como normal

*Virtual Classes also available


K-CET ABE/GED and ESL classes cost $30/term, plus an annual one-time $5 fee for a student ID.  Student ID’s allow access to all resources available to registered credit students, including free use of Basin Transit Service buses and other community discounts.


K-CET uses Essential Education curriculum along with a variety of supplemental materials particular to each instructor.

K-CET is the solution!

Klamath Community College (KCC) offers several options for those seeking to complete a GED, ABE or ESL educational goals.

KCC’s Klamath Center for Education and Training (K-CET) is an excellent place to begin your journey toward a successful future. In today’s uncertain economy, education is crucial in pursuing a career and entering the workforce. Taking the first step can be challenging but rest assured, K-CET staff are here to offer support every step of the way.
Klamath Center for Education and Training

K-CET provides a variety of resources to support students:

  • WIOA One-Stop Delivery System of supports (scholarships or tuition support; see contacts to the right);
  • advising and guidance through the progression of continued education and/or workforce training;
  • goal planning, resume building, interviewing skills, exposure to academic programs and career pathways;
  • safe space to learn in a respectful adult environment;
  • face-to-face classroom instructors and a dedicated instructor to guide online students through coursework; and
  • the opportunity for self-paced learning.


Contact K-CET
Phone: 541-880-2366
Email: KCET@Klamathcc.edu
In-Person: Work Skills Technology Center Rm 860

Klamath Community College offers a “WIOA One-Stop Delivery System”, which includes the following partner programs:

K-CET Offers:

Adult GED/ABE Classes

Adult Basic Education (ABE) and General Education Development (GED) classes are designed to evaluate students' individual needs and to determine individualized starting levels for each subject. Our instructors then work closely with students as they study writing, science, language arts, math, keyboarding, and workplace skills. The goal of ABE and GED classes is for students to be able to pass the GED tests with confidence and ultimately earn a GED certificate. Day and evening classes are available in both one-on-one and cohort-based instruction.

GED Online

K-CET offers online (distance education) GED in fulfillment of its mission to provide accessible, quality education and services in response to the diverse needs of the students, businesses, and the community. Online courses provide opportunities for students to take classes from anywhere and allow education to take place around busy schedules. Online courses require self-motivation to complete the coursework on time, and the ability to communicate with your instructor in an online fashion.
Adult ESL Classes

English as a second language (ESL) courses are designed to help non-English speakers improve their skills in speaking, reading, and writing in English. Day and evening classes are available in both one-on-one and cohort-based instruction.
Prior to entering a program, new students must attend an orientation and take assessments for placement purposes. To sign up for the next available orientation, please contact us:
P: 541-880-2366 
E: KCET@klamathcc.edu
Youth GED/Credit Recovery Classes

If perhaps a GED is not the option for you, Klamath Learning Center and Falcon Heights Academy may offer assistance to you. If you are within eight credits of graduating, you may still be able to finish your local diploma. If you’re not local, you can work toward a Klamath Basin Diploma instead. If you are under 18, you will need to be released from Compulsory Attendance by your local counselor to begin our courses.

County students contact Falcon Heights Academy at 541-883-6699
City students contact Klamath Learning Center at 541-883-4719


Klamath Falls City Schools and Klamath County School District

Meet Our Instructors and Staff

Robin Stratton
Assistant Director K-CET
Deidre Crowell
K-CET Instructor
Joseph Long
K-CET Instructor
Nicole Mace
K-CET Instructor
Rebekah Dodson
K-CET Instructor
Tessa Gutierrez
HEP Coordinator
Lilla Kiser
Receptionist K-CET
Erin Szymoniak
Director of K-CET