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The Center shall provide adult education services to Grove City area individuals who are not enrolled in a secondary school.

​We provide small group and one-to-one instruction to adults interested in passing their GED or improving their literacy skills in reading, writing, math, English or computer use. We oversee all the Adult-Education programs in Mercer County. We have qualified, trained instructors at each of our 6 locations, ready to assist you in reaching your educational goals, from getting your GED to learning English or computer skills.

Class/tutoring locations are at various locations across Mercer County, PA. 

On the following pages you will find a description of the programs we offer. If you are interested in volunteering as a tutor or obtaining additional information, call the number below or email us. Someone will contact you by phone or e-mail.


Sandra Marwick, Director
Edith Anderson, Instructor/Tutor Coordinator
Sharon Cline, Instructor
Howard Reese, Instructor
Lisa Evans, Instructor
Lorraine Snyder, Instructor/Student Success Coordinator
Angel Derrick, Data Entry Specialist
​                                                                                           Sandra Marwick, Director
Amy Nelson, Board of Directors/President
Donna Glenn, Board of Directors​/Vice-president
Yvonne Gamble, Board of Directors/Treasurer
Corrie Reed, Board of Directors/Secretary
Richard Leo, Board of Directors
David Dayton, Board of Directors
Robert Williams, Board of Directors


The Grove City Education Center for Adults entered into a partnership with the Adult Literacy Program at Butler County Community College (BC3) in July 2011. Since that time, the Center and BC3 have collaborated in bringing a GED Prep class to Grove City, enhanced the volunteer tutoring program at both agencies, and worked together to collaborate with agencies in Lawrence County.

Our partnership has allowed the Center to continue providing much needed GED preparation services to adults in the Grove City community.

We have continued to receive annual support from the Grove City United Way. Through this annual financial support, today the Center is able to bring programming to Grove City residents in need of enhancing their oral and written English language skills.

Most importantly, we continue to receive the generous support of the Grove City community through contributions made by our friends and neighbors.