Roseville Adult School is an integral part of the Roseville Joint Union High School District which provides a learning environment where adults of all ages and educational backgrounds can continue to learn by using a variety of resources, including technology, to become more productive, responsible, and creative members of our local and global community.
Roseville Adult School honors the learning styles of our diverse student population to prepare them to navigate in a global society, works collaboratively with regional colleges and training programs to facilitate students’ transition to post-secondary education and seeks to provide targeted training to meet our students’ employment needs and the demands of the regional labor market.
High School Completion Classes
Classes using independent study and lab-based instruction for academic subjects are available for adults, and are open until filled. The following are High School completion classes that are offered: English Language Arts, Math and Social Studies.
GED Preparation Program
The GED Assessment and Preparation Program provides students with assessment and preparation to help successfully pass the GED battery of tests. This Assessment and Preparation program serves as a predictor of performance on the GED Test.
Provides a targeted review of basic math and English skills. Successful completion may be required before enrollment in the GED Preparation or High School Completion Program.
Employability and Life Skills
Job Readiness Workshops provide information on resume writing, interviewing, job application, overcoming barriers to employment, labor market information, and basic math skills. Students will complete an employment portfolio.
Computer and Technology Classes
Technology lab, Computer Phobia, Computer Basics, Social Media, Google Apps, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Office Suite 2010 – Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access, Microsoft Excel, How to Use Your Smartphone, How to Use a Digital Camera, Basic Digital SLR Photography, Photoshop Elements 12 Level I and II, Photoshop Lightroom
English as a Second Language
ESL classes provide instruction targeting speaking, listening, reading and writing activities as well as an understanding of the US culture. All ESL classes include civic learning activities for employment and the community.
Prepare for the Citizenship Exam. Requirements for US Citizenship include: a minimum of 5-year residency, ability to read and write simple English, and knowledge of US Government and traditions.
Community Based English Tutoring
The program combines ESL instruction with training parents how to better work with their children on homework, reading and study skills.
ESL Bridge to Sierra College
This class is designed to prepare English Learner students for ESL college programs which are a gateway to vocational classes or academic programs. This course will introduce college level materials and expectations. Students will receive an orientation to the college as well as academic skills, English language skills and technology skills needed for successful transition and participation in further training or higher education.