English as a Second Language Summer Classes:
June 10-August 1. $30 cash application fee.
Morning Classes: 9-11:30 a.m. Monday-Thursday (4 days/week) at 1448 Williams Street · Registration: Friday, May 31, 9:30 a.m. 1448 Williams Street (off Leonard Drive)
Evening Classes: 6-8:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday (4 days/week) at 1448 Williams Street · Registration: Wednesday, May 29, 6 p.m. at San Leandro High School (2200 Bancroft Ave.)Click Here
Winter & Spring 2013 Schedule Now Available
Winter & Spring 2013 (January to June 2013) is now available. We have exciting classes such as: Medical Billing & Coding, Microsoft Office 2010, Certified Nurse Assistant & Home Health Aide, Apprenticeship Program for Cosmetology & Barbering, and much more! Click the button below to find out more information about classes offered in the Winter & Spring Term.Click Here
At 10am, November 14, 2013, staff members from California Department of Industrial Relations, Alameda Point Collaborative and San Leandro Adult School will have a signing ceremony to memorialize the launching of their newly formed Landscaping Apprenticeship Program for residents of Alameda Point Collaborative.
Congratulations and much success to all participants!
- Click on the following links for more information on our apprenticeship programs:
- Barbering and Cosmetology at www.nor-calbarbercosmetology.com
- Field Ironworker at www.universityofiron.org
Congratulations to the San Leandro Adult School-
High School Diploma Graduates of 2012!
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It has been a record breaking year at our adult school. The class of 2012 was our largest every with 110 students earning their high school diplomas, 20 students earning their GED, and over 200 students completing their Career Technical Education training certificate programs, not to mention all of those who completed our Apprenticeship training programs.
Additionally, we started our Certified Nurse Assistant, Home Health Aide, and Medical Billing and Coding programs. This past year also saw our first Homecare Worker class taught in Spanish. In our Business Department, we offered a new Customer Service Training class and an Administrative Assistant Certificate program. On June 30, we will also begin a new apprenticeship program for people interested in Cosmetology and Barbering.
Many of our new classes filled to capacity this year. To meet our community’s growing need, the adult school’s administration is offering additional career technical education training programs and options. Please take some time to review our class offerings. We look forward to another successful year.