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English Winter 2017

Free

with Christina Earley, RSU 25 Adult and Community Education

Jan 3, 2017 at 9 am, runs for 25 weeks

Brush up on your English, reading, writing, and grammar skills and earn high school credit during day-time hours. This credit or non-credit (your choice) class is for Adult Education high school completion students, College Transitions students and college students or others needing brush-up skills in English. Payment covers up to 50 hours of instruction. Ongoing.

 

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Environmental Science with Lab

Free

with Debbie Avalon-King, RSU #3

Sep 14, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 14 weeks
This course will introduce students to Interactions between the Environment and Society; The Dynamics of Earth Systems &, Ecology; Populations Dynamics and the Importance of Biodiversity; as well as Conservation of our Water, Air, Land and Agricultural systems. We will also examine Mineral and Energy Resources; and Our Health and Future as it is related to Environmental Concerns.
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High School Biology

Free

with Debbie Avalon-King, RSU #3

Sep 12, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 14 weeks

This class is a prerequisite for acceptance into a college health career program. You will learn the basics of cell biology and chemistry and how that relates to human body systems. You will also gain a basic understanding of the Environmental Biology systems we live in and their potential impacts on our health. Students will also gain research, observation and laboratory skills that will prepare them to transition into college level coursework.

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High School Completion

Free

with Academic Instructor, Lake Region & Fryeburg Area Adult Education

May 15, 2017 , runs for 52 weeks

Earning a High School or HiSET equivalency diploma is the first and most important step in your career pathway. Students who have left the public school system or have been home schooled can also take advantage of our FREE high school completion programs.

We will arrange a schedule to meet your needs.

It's never too late to graduate!

Classes in Casco, Bridgton and the Fryeburg Area

Call us @ 627-4291 for more information!

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High School Diploma & Hiset Learning Lab

Free

with Cathy Renaud, Windham/Raymond Adult Education

Jul 11, 2017 , runs for 6 weeks

Take classes and earn credits toward completing your high school diploma. HiSET® pre-testing, test-taking strategies,and skill building are offered to prepare students for successful completion of the new High School Equivalency Test (HiSET®)The ETS HiSET ® (High School Equivalency Test) has replaced the GED as Maine’s High School Assessment.) Please call for further details for any of the dates/times listed below. Classes will be held Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9am to Noon and Wednesdays, 5pm to 8pm. Classes start July 11th, 2017 and run for 6 weeks.  Call Cathy Renaud at 892-1819 to set up an appointment.

High School Diploma or HiSET

Free

with Classroom Instructors, Houlton/Hodgdon Adult & Community Education

Jan 9, 2017

If you need your high school diploma or wish to earn your HiSET equivalency, stop by or call 521-3100 Ext 5. You can also email patricia.sloat@rsu29.org 

All classes are Free and are held at the Houlton Higher Education Center. Class run Monday-Thursday  9am-12pm and also M/W 6:00-8:30pm

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High School Equivalency (HiSET™) Preparation

Free

with Debbie Avalon-King, RSU #3

Sep 13, 2017 at 5 pm, runs for 15 weeks

This will be a 6 week preparatory class to learn about the new high school equivalency test to be administered in Maine. This test takes the place of the GED test. Class begins with orientation and test overview. Continuation of class includes: pre/post assessment in math and reading and preparation for each subject of the HiSET™test. There will be an official practice test given for each subject and based on those scores, the instructor will recommend when individuals are ready to schedule each of their official exams. Tutoring will be available based on class and student need. Students are welcome to attend the next round of classes for specific subjects as needed. This class is also offered in the virtual learning center

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HiSET (High School Equivalency Test)

Free

with Louise Burns, Noble Adult & Community Education

Jul 1, 2016 at 9 am, runs for 52 weeks
If you are at least 18 years of age, are no longer enrolled in school, need a high school credential and do not have the time to take classes in a traditional setting, the ETS® High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) ® exam may be for you. The HiSET® exam consists of the following five subjects: Language Arts Reading, Language Arts Writing, Science, Social Studies, and Mathematics. HiSET® exam preparation and testing are free to Maine residents. Testing accommodations available to persons with documented disabilities. We test throughout the summer months. Call 676-3223 for more information.? No charge to Maine residents; $150.00 for out of state residents.





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