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High School Completion
Writing Skills for College
with Mariah Smith, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education
This course will cover the grammar and writing skills that are required for success in college level courses. Whether you need to brush-up your skills before attending college, need to improve your ACCUPLACER or CASAS scores, or need to earn a high school credit, you will find this course practical and useful.
Remote instruction by appointment on Monday and Wednesday afternoons.
HiSET Prep PM
with Allison Burns, Lawrence Adult Education
Build on your knowledge in Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, or Math to be successful on the HiSET High School Equivalency Test.This class has open enrollment and students can enter at any time during the semester. When in-person learning isn’t an option, the following remote learning options are available:
Odysseyware is an online program that has many courses available to brush up on any subject.
HiSET Academy is a user-friendly, online program designed strictly to focus on any skills that may be lacking for each of the HISET exam topics.
This HiSET (high school equivalency) course requires in person registration and assessment testing. Please call to set up an intake appointment. 207-453-4200, ext. 3114.
Adult Ed English
with Shelley Goad, Windham/Raymond Adult Education
This free high school credit course is open to high school diploma and credit recovery students. Focus is on strengthening reading, writing, speaking and other communication skills aligned to the College and Career Readiness Standards. Class days and times subject to change based on student enrollment needs. This class is not open enrollment. Registration closes mid-September.
Instructor: Shelley Goad
Tuesdays, 9/7 - 12/21, 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Location: WRAE Learning Center/Zoom
with Rita Pender, Marshwood Adult & Community Education
If you didn't finish high school, you know that your choices are limited. Even with talent and drive, the lack of a high school diploma can limit your opportunities. Prepare to take you official HiSET® exams and earn your high school equivalency credential. In this class you will work in small groups and individually to prepare for each of the 5 exams: reading, writing, math, science, and social studies.
Open enrollment, you can start these classes anytime.
Adult Ed Math
with Romolo Marcoccio, Windham/Raymond Adult Education
This free high school credit course is open to high school diploma and credit recovery students. Focus is on strengthening math skills aligned to the College and Career Readiness Standards. Class days and times subject to change based on student enrollment needs. This class is not open enrollment. Registration closes mid-September.
Instructor: Romolo Marcoccio
Tuesdays, 9/7 - 12/21, 4:00 - 7:00 PM
Location: WRAE Learning Center/Zoom
with January Hapworth, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education
Tuesday classes will be online. On Thursdays, students will have the option o participating remotely or in person at SAHS. Remote learners may still need to come to SAHS for occasioanl testing.
This class is designed to help student master the knowledge and skills neccesary to pass the HiSET exam. Think you’re the only one who doesn’t know how to divide fractions? Do you dread having to write an essay for the high school equivalency test? Do not be discouraged – we can help! Join the class where you will gain new knowledge and skills and have fun at the same time. Online test preparation will be available.
Students will have the option of participating remotely or in person instruction. Remote learners will still come to SAHS for occasional testing.
Prerequisite: Must complete HiSET 101 prior to starting this class.
Two new staff will be sharing this job - January Hapworth and Jim Logan
Reading with An Open Mind
with Peter Dutton, Marshwood Adult & Community Education
English Literature Class
In this class, we will read 2 or 3 short books, starting with The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin, and discuss what's going on in them, what we can learn by reading them, and how we can think critically about what we read.
with Marie Enright, York Adult Education
From basic arithmetic (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, fractions, and percentages) all the way to real world algebra. This class will provide individualized instruction to help you learn/improve your math skills to succeed in everyday life, the workplace, and/or prepare you for college!
These classes are in person at the York Adult Education, or livestreamed on your computer.