News & Events
- Maine Driving Dynamics Course
- Adult Education Newsletter January 2019
- After-School Art Programs in Full Swing
- Adult Education Announces New Hires
Adult Basic Education/HiSET Preparation: Have the skill levels changed in your job and you need a degree? Adult Basic Education (ABE) programs are individualized for each learner to achieve his or her goals. We offer instruction in reading, spelling, writing and math. Classes are free and confidential. Call us at 594-9764. Testing accommodations are available to persons with documented disabilities. For more information on accommodations, contact Christy Monroe at 594.9764.
After-School Programming: Adult and Community Education offers free after-school arts programming for Rockland and Thomaston area students in 4th-8th grades. Contact Alexis Iammarino at email@example.com for more information.
College Transitions Program: The Transition-to-College Project is designed to help adults transition into college. We provide training and tutoring in English, Math, and Computers for college. This is a free-of-charge program. For more details on this program, contact Peg Junge at 691-5751.
English Language Learning (ELL): If you know of someone we could help, please contact us at 594.9764. Please see the detailed calendar on at the end of this catalog.
High School Adult Education Diploma: A total of 20 Carnegie Units (credits) is required to earn a RSU13 Adult Education diploma. Credits previously earned through accredited high schools, trade schools, or alternative programs are usually accepted. Credits may be awarded toward an RSU13 diploma for college-level classes gained post-HiSET. A personal education program is designed with consideration toward the multitude of talents and experience adults have gained. To enroll, call 594-9764
Employment Skills Certificate Program: This program is designed for anyone preparing for entry-level jobs, re-entering the business world, upgrading skills or seeking a promotion. Contact Cathy VanDyke at 594-9764 for more information.