The Adult Education Program offers a variety of courses for adult learners including basic education, English literacy and civics. The adult schools also coordinate the Department's substitute teacher course. Please contact the school nearest you see below for information. All transcript and verification requests should be sent to the school the individual attended. See below for individual CSAs contact information.
Adult and Community Education
Sierra College Community Education
Community Education has something for everyone. CCC joins with local partners to offer a variety of fun, enriching classes at schools and community centers near you. These low-cost classes range from aqua aerobics and basic computers to ukulele and yoga. Taking part in one of these lifelong learning opportunities is a great way to follow your passions; and thanks to a commitment from many community partners around the county, these non-credit classes are offered around your busy schedule. Contact our community education partners see "Where would you like to take a class? For more information, view the Community Education schedule.
Due to ongoing weather conditions and the potential for ongoing power disruption for both students and teachers, Northside ISD is cancelling all remote and in-person learning Tuesday, Feb. All district campuses and offices will be closed. Classes are taught on Northside ISD school campuses and at various sites in the community.
Our emphasis is on career and work readiness along with our premier adult ESOL programs. You will find a wide range of training opportunities in apprenticeship, business, information technology, health and medical, and trade and industrial programs. We also offer enrichment programs for K-adult including culinary arts, driver education, and world languages. We strive to provide our students with enriching programs that are high quality, affordable, and meet their educational goals.