Welcome to 2014-15: our 83rd year of lifelong learning!
Adult Education began in 1932 as a single woodshop class.
As we enter our 83rd year of service to our community, we will serve over 2,000 students in offerings ranging from Parent Education and Pre-Schools to classes designed to enhance employability in our Computer Education, High School Diploma, and GED testing programs. We serve an international community in our English as a Second Language courses, and in our Foreign Language Academy. Our Active Older Adult classes are extremely popular with our senior citizens. Community Interest classes are wide-ranging. We hope to attract a diverse group students to our school.
Please know that it is a privilege to serve our community.