Santa Clara Adult Education
Santa Clara Adult Education offers a variety of programs to meet community needs. For more information, or to register for a course, please visit our website.
Adult High School Diploma
The Adult High School School Diploma Program offers independent study instruction and support in academic subjects. Classes follow district and state standards. Students who complete requirements receive their high school diploma. Contact Christine Berdianky at (408) 423-3507 or email@example.com.
Career and Technical Education
Career and Technical Education offers a variety of day, evening, and weekend classes and workshops, including Microsoft Office and Adobe products. Early Childhood Education classes and Bridge to Healthcare Careers programs are available through collaborations with Mission College and San Jose City Colleges. Low-income populations are served. Contact: Connie Webb at (408) 423-3523
English As A Second language (ESL)
English as a Second Language (ESL) offers English classes available from Pre-Beginning through Advanced levels. Accent Improvement, Citizenship, Conversation, Grammar, also available. Contact Patricia Pottorff-Croghan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Enrichment classes offer a wide variety of fee-based classes in areas such as language, cooking, and music. Most classes are offered in the evening or on weekends. Contact: Rachael Peterson, (408) 423-3525
High School Equivalency (HSE) and Basic Skills Program
The High School Equivalency (GED or HiSet) and the Basic Skills Program offers computer-based and individualized instruction in basic skills, including math, writing, and reading. HiSet preparation instruction and official HiSet testing also available. Contact Patricia Pottorff-Croghan, email@example.com
Health, Fitness and Safety Education
Health, Fitness, and Safety Education classes include CPR, exercise and weight training, swimming, and a variety of other individual and team activities. Contact: Carrie Casto, (408) 423-3508
Online Training offers online courses in a wide range of areas including Windows 2000 certification, web design, technical writing, and paralegal terminology. Connie Webb, (408) 423-3523
An onsite CalWorks rep supports low-income students who need training and work experience. Services include assistance with transportation, child care, and counseling to assist students in achieving success. Contact: Gil Seegmiller at (408) 472-5268
Family Child Education
Family-Child Education Services provides programs for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and before and after school enrichment programs. Contact: (408) 423-3687
A diverse student body that includes students with intellectual disabilities. Classes include instruction in daily living activities; job training is also provided. Contact: James Ferris at (408) 423-3537
Skills Plus Program
The Skills Plus Program Skills Plus Program serves adults who suffer from neurological impairments like stroke and Parkinson's disease. Education and training are offered in skills like walking, speaking and other independent living skills. Classes are taught by licensed and credentialed speech, physical and occupational therapists. Contact: Cathleen Lencioni, (408) 423-3570
Wilson High School
Wilson High School is a needs-based school that serves approximately 500 students throughout the school year. The mode of instructional delivery is independent study. The student population represents the highly academic, the "at risk" and the pregnant or parenting teen. Wilson has been in existence for 29 years.
At Wilson Preschool, parents actively participate in the classroom once a week. Parents learn ways to nurture their children's social-emotional, physical, intellectual and creative development. Children can learn through hands-on experiences and active play. Contact: Daya Sanchez at (408) 423-3674
Family Child Education
Family-Child Education Services provides programs for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and before and after school enrichment programs. Contact: (408) 423-3687
Wilson High School
Wilson High School is a needs-based school that serves approximately 500 students throughout the school year. The mode of instructional delivery is independent study. The student population represents the highly academic, the "at-risk" and the pregnant or parenting teen. Wilson has been in existence for 29 years.
Pam Galano, Principal