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About The Grove City Education Center for Adults
OUR HISTORY
​The Grove City Education Center for Adults (GCECA) has been serving adults for more than 20 years. Originally called Grove City Literacy Council, the Center was founded in 1990 by a group of local residents. Concerned about the national literacy statistics for adults and aware of a growing need for literacy in the community, they founded the Grove City Education Center for Adults based on the model of other literacy councils in similar sized towns. The GCECA was originally located in a second-floor location on Broad Street, Grove City. The Center is currently located on South Center Street in the Olde Town Grove City building. Today, GCECA assists area residents to meet their goals through educational achievement. GCECA creates positive relationships with students through small group classes and one-on-one tutoring.

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

OUR TEAM
Sandra Marwick, Director
Amy Nelson, Board of Directors/President
Luke Michael, Board of Directors​/Vice-president
Dave Poland, Board of Directors/Treasurer
Donna Glenn, Board of Directors/Secretary
Richard Leo, Board of Directors
Corrie Timko, Board of Directors
Michael Schleigh, Board of Directors
David Dayton, Board of Directors
Edith Anderson, Instructor/Tutor Coordinator
Chaneka Alexander-Newsome, Instructor
Missy Gagliardi, Instructor
Kristin Thurber, Instructor
Lorraine Snyder, Instructor
Angel Derrick, Data Entry Specialist