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Our Schools provide learning opportunities and services for success throughout life. These Placer and Nevada County adult schools are members of the Sierra ASSETS consortium for Adult Student Support, Education and Training Services. You can take classes at any of these schools.

Tahoe Truckee USD Adult Programs

Tahoe Truckee Adult Education programs develop basic skills in the areas of literacy and career readiness. Our services help …

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Roseville Adult School

For over 95 years, Roseville Adult School has provided quality classes taught by credentialed teachers. In the past year, …

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Placer School for Adults

To support you in achieving your academic and vocational goals, Placer School for Adults provides Career Technical …

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Nevada Union Adult Education

Nevada Union Adult School exists to help adults in our county reach their educational and personal goals.

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Sierra College

Sierra College serves 3200 square miles of Northern CA with campuses in Roseville, Rocklin, Grass Valley, and Truckee.

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Adult schools and Sierra College in Placer and Nevada counties are working together to provide adult education to help you meet your goals.

You have many choices and based on your career plans or personal goals, you can select the classes that will enable you to develop the skills you need. You can attend schools to:

  • Develop job skills
  • Get ready for college
  • Learn English
  • Earn your GED
  • Complete high school
  • Prepare for citizenship
  • Find parent education and training

 Funded by the Adult Education Block Grant

 

The goal is to support adults throughout California in reaching their learning needs by:

  • Providing seamless transitions for adults needing educational services and moving on to next steps either jobs/careers or college/trade schools
  • Finding and filling gaps in services for adult training and education in our region
  • Supporting adults in ways that will accelerate learning
  • Leveraging multi-agency structures and streamline services
  • Providing ongoing professional development for adult educators

 

Statewide, adult schools and community colleges have formed consortiums to provide adult education in the following areas:

  • Adult Basic Skills (Elementary and Secondary)
  • English as a Second Language, Citizenship
  • Older Adult Programs for Entry into the Workforce
  • Programs for Adults to Assist Children to Develop Academic Skills
  • Adults with Disabilities
  • Short-term Career and Technical Education
  • Pre-apprenticeship Programs

Learn More About The AEBG

As a result of Assembly Bill 86 (AB86), 72 consortia have been established statewide. Visit the Adult Education Block Grant website for more details.