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High School Completion
with Lisa Merlin, Sanford Community Adult Education
Register today for the CASAS Assessment session. It’s FREE!
Are you interested in any of the following?
- High School Diploma
- High School Equivalency (HiSET)
- Maine College and Career Access
- ELL (English Language Learner)
Whatever your need, Sanford Community Adult Education is here to help you accomplish your educational goals!
We start with a FREE Math and Reading Assessment (and short Essay)
This must be taken BEFORE you register for classes.
The scores from the CASAS are used to guide your placement into courses at the level that is perfect for you.
All tests are held at Sanford Community Adult Education (Anderson Learning Center) Room 143 at 21 Bradeen Street, Sanford, Maine.
HiSET Pre-Testing June
with Lisa Blanchette, Sanford Community Adult Education
Register today for the Hi-SET Pre-Test Sessions. It’s FREE!
1 - You must commit to all three days of testing.
2 - You must have a valid, state issued photo ID.
3 - You must be at least 17 years old.
If you do not meet these (3) requirements, call us and we will evaluate your situation, you may still be able to pre-test.
Pre-Tests are administered in Reading, Writing, Math, Science and Social Studies.
Those who test Adequately or Well Prepared in all pre-test subjects and are at least 17 years old, will be invited to go onto Official testing, the following week.
Those who do not test in the above categories will be evaluated for the next steps, according to your specific situation (classes and/or tutoring).
All pre-testing will be held at the office of the Sanford Community Adult Education in Room 143 at 21 Bradeen Street, Sanford, Maine.
Please call if you have any questions 490-5145.
Chemistry with Lab
with Marti Dayton, Ellsworth Adult Education
This course provides students with an introduction to the major theories and concepts in chemistry. This science will be explored through lectures, lab activities, projects and research. Math skills needed to perform necessary calculations will also be reviewed. By the end of this course, students will have gained a true understanding of the composition of matter, how matter is categorized, how matter interacts, the Atomic Theory throughout history, the signs and causes of chemical reactions, and the properties and structure of matter. Furthermore, this course will allow students to improve upon their problem-solving skills and gain a true and deeper understanding of why they are seeing what they are seeing and just how much chemistry is used in everyday life. Upon successful completion of this course, students will earn one high school diploma credit (a prerequisite for acceptance to several local college programs). NOTE: No class 7/7/2020 & 7/9/2020
Remote: Chemistry with Lab
with Sean Pfahler, RSU #13 Adult and Community Education
For any and all students who are prepping for Nursing or Medical Laboratory Technology admissions review, this is an excellent opportunity to meet the admissions "Chemistry with lab" prerequisite. If you have been away from science courses for a while, this course is recommended to prep you for rigorous college science classes. Students who successfully complete this class will earn 1 high school credit. This course is provided at no cost to students through the Maine College and Career Access Services grant and RSU13 Adult & Community Education.
- Orentation is June 29th 9:00-10:00am - This will include: lab partner assignments, talk about weekly review sessions via Zoom, and more details about what is to come.
- The schedule is TBD
Chemistry for College & Career Prep
with David Perkins, Kittery Adult Education
This 7 week course will dive into the most important concepts in chemistry needed to succeed in a college chemistry classroom. Everything from particle diagrams to stoichiometry will be covered as students gradually develop a particulate model of how matter behaves by observing and interpreting experimental evidence. The course is designed to make learning chemistry easy and offers students individualized instruction, a variety of learning mediums, simplified concepts and even virtual labs all in a remote setting. Start building the foundation you need to enter medical and science majors with confidence and tools to succeed.Dates are Mondays and Thursdays 8:30-10:00am July 6-Aug 20.
Kittery and Marshwood Adult Education are partnering to offer our community members course opportunities for career preparation in Water and Waste Water Treatment Management, Medical Careers, Vet. Tech., and more.
To register for this class click this link: Chemistry for College and Career Prep
Chemistry for College and Career Prep with Lab
with David Perkins, Marshwood Adult & Community Education
This 7 week course will dive into the most important concepts in chemistry needed to succeed in a college chemistry classroom. Everything from particle diagrams to stoichiometry will be covered as students gradually develop a particulate model of how matter behaves by observing and interpreting experimental evidence. The course is designed to make learning chemistry easy and offers students individualized instruction, a variety of learning mediums, simplified concepts and even virtual labs all in a remote setting. Start building the foundation you need to enter medical and science majors with confidence and tools to succeed. Free to Adult Education HiSet or Diploma Students.
HiSET Preparation Learning Lab
with GNG Adult Education Instructors, Gray-New Gloucester Adult & Community Education
Our HiSET preparation learning labs are designed to help students preparing to take the HiSET in math, reading, writing, science or social studies. These labs are available on a drop in basis for students working on any subject and instructors provide direct instruction in an individualized environment. Students may work in small groups or independently, depending on the number of students and their needs. Additionally, students will be eligible to register on our online learning platform to access instructional material at home.
$10 Student Assistance Fund Donation
Many of our students have families, part-time or low-wage jobs, transportation issues, and of course many financial challenges.
SCAE students attending academic classes do not pay registration fees for our classes. They do have to pay minimal materials and/or book fees which average about $45 per 60-hour class.
We strive to keep costs down, but sometimes our students can’t afford this. Your donation will help students with these unique challenges an opportunity to focus on their studies and not the finances. Every donation, no matter the amount, is appreciated. Disbursements from this fund are approved by the Administrators of SCAE on the basis of need.
Thank you for your support.