Mountain View Adult Education

Instructor: Bill Sands
Although there is only one adult education school located in Mountain View, there are a number of schools in the surrounding areas. Keep reading for a list of a few institutions offering adult education services.

Mountain View Los Altos Adult Education

This school is committed to providing a number of academic and professional services to adult learners. These include credit recovery courses and a blended learning program for students who want to earn a high school diploma as well as GED test preparation courses.

There's also a career technical education program that cultivates essential job skills and prepares students for a variety of entry-level nursing, computer support, and office administration careers. Students in these and other programs can take advantage of a career center devoted to helping graduates find a job through such services as resume writing, networking, and interview practice.

For non-native speakers, the English as a Second Language (ESL) program offers courses for both beginning and advanced students.

Silicon Valley Adult Education

For students interested in making the commute to San Jose, the Silicon Valley Adult Education school falls under the jurisdiction of the Metropolitan Education District and offers adult education in a number of subjects.

For students focused on academics, the school has programs for all levels. The basic education courses focus on fundamental skills, such as reading and writing, while more advanced programs, such as the high school diploma and GED programs, can help adults get ready to enter the workforce. The school also offers ESL services for students who are still learning the English language.

Additionally, Silicon Valley Adult Education provides career training for students who are ready to learn new skills in the automotive, manufacturing, information technology, and health care industries or improve the ones they already possess. The school also has online offerings if finding reliable transportation proves to be too prohibitive.

Santa Clara Adult Education

Located in nearby Santa Clara, this adult education center provides students with class offerings for personal and professional enrichment. The High Tech Academy focuses on building computer skills, and teaches students about software testing, computer programming, and operating systems. Interested students can also use the school to pursue a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) credential, a valuable professional certification.

Santa Clara also offers a high school equivalency test prep program and an adult high school diploma program for students who need fewer than 60 credits. Basic education courses for students with less experience are available as well.

For students looking to pursue more personal topics, there are plenty of enrichment classes that cover subjects such as cooking, money management, gardening, and painting. Adults looking to stay fit can enroll in any of the school's health and fitness classes, whose topics include fencing, dance, yoga, and team sports.

Fremont Union High School District

This Sunnyvale-based school has programs to suit all sorts of adult learners. Programs range from the standard course offerings, such as the high school diploma and GED programs, to the more esoteric, such as the community interest courses that cover fine arts, music, photography, and more. Career education courses are also available in the fields of business, information technology, graphic arts, and healthcare.

The school also caters to foreign students though its ESL and citizenship preparation programs. ESL programs teach basic language skills in grammar, reading, and writing. Through the citizenship program, students can also learn about American history and prepare to complete the citizenship process. This program is offered for beginning English speakers as well as more advanced students.

Online Adult Education

In many cases, adult students turn to online education because of the convenience such programs offer. Study.com has several Adult Education and Career Development courses ranging from GED test prep courses and computer software tutorials to training resources that can help students develop their soft skills or study for professional certification and licensure exams.

These courses can be completed at the time and pace of your choosing and include plenty of engaging tools like self-checking quizzes and video lessons.

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