The California Adult Education Provider Directory consists of information about several hundred public adult schools, community colleges, community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, library literacy programs, and county offices of education. An adult who is looking for a program can locate the closest schools by simply entering a zip code. Information provided about each program includes its address, phone number, map, transportation options, and a link to a school Web site, if available.
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Click above to learn about the programs we offer and how to contact us. We help adults get their high school diploma, or prepare to pass a high school equivalency exam. We help students improve basic reading and math skills, and we help adults learn English as a Second Language.
New Horizons has always adopted changing technology as a way to stay current with new trends and provide the ultimate learning experience for our students. We have always believed in the value of using technology to teach technology to prepare our students for a technology driven workforce and career. We offer hundreds of course starting each week to accommodate your learning and development needs. New Horizons enables you to receive training in a learning center that is close to your home or office.
San Bernardino, CA provides multiple levels of adult education. These opportunities range from individual, noncredit classes to certificate and associate's degree programs designed to prepare adults for a variety of careers. Studies are offered in community centers and colleges found within San Bernardino's city limits.
These adults have tremendous potential, but they require an educational system that responds to their unique path. RCCD has developed a coordinated, three pronged approach to providing students with a seamless transition to postsecondary education. Each approach was developed in response to state Adult Education Program objectives, focusing specifically Objective 3 outlined in the consortium Regional three year comprehensive plan addressing seamless transition.
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We also partner with local businesses to offer work based learning to students in more than 1, places of employment. All CTE programs integrate core academic instruction with technical and occupational instruction in order to increase student achievement, graduation rates and readiness to postsecondary education and employment. Through partnerships with districts, institutions of higher education, and business and industry, we develop articulation agreements with local colleges to provide opportunities for high school students to receive college credit via their high school CTE course.
The Evening Adult Degree Program is specifically designed for transfer students, at least 22 years of age. We offer a flexible degree completion program which allows you to move through the required courses as slowly or as quickly as your personal schedule allows. You can modify your class schedule quarter to quarter to meet your needs.
Take courses to improve your reading, writing and math skills, your English or French or to get your high school diploma. Adult learning programs are for Ontario residents ranging from 19 years old through to seniors of any age. For adults who want to earn high school credits towards their Ontario Secondary School Diploma OSSD or need academic credits to enter postsecondary education or apprenticeship training.