We are looking forward to seeing you . . . face to face or online!

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!  We are excited to offer a broad selection of courses this winter and spring. Many courses are available in person at several sites in the district, as well as online /virtually.  

If you are new to virtual (online) learning, we offer workshops & tutoring to teach you how to use video conferencing programs. 

You will find a VARIETY OF PROGRAMMING among our courses, including:
* basic reading/math
* high school completion
* community education courses
* college preparation
* technology and workforce trainings
* healthcare certifications

All of our classes will align with the RSU 24, CDC and Maine DOE COVID-19 guidelines with community health and safety at the front of our planning. Should the need arrive, our teachers are ready to transition to all online classes.

If you have any questions, please call us at 207-422-4794, or email us at adultedinfo@rsu24.org

Ander Thebaud
Director, RSU 24 Adult Education

Find Adult Education Classes In Your Area

  • Jan
    19

    Styles of Literature – online

    Participate in an online reading-intensive class that explores sixteen modes (or genres) of classic writing, including: action and adventure, allegory, article, autobiography, biography, dialogue, drama, diary/memoir, essay, fiction, horror, letter, non-fiction, poetry, science-fiction, and speech. Explore a rich collection of high-interest texts to discover how writers meticulously craft their works in compelling and dramatic ways.

  • Jan
    19
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    Pre-Algebra / HiSet Math 1

    This course is the first of three math courses offered in our high school completion series. Students will earn credit while studying for the HiSet. Topics covered include ratios, proportions, integers, and the concept of algebraic thinking. Class will meet twice a week. One meeting will allow students to meet in person if they choose. […]

  • Jan
    19
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    Styles of Literature

    Participate in a reading-intensive class that explores sixteen styles (genres) of classic writing, including: action and adventure, allegory, article, autobiography, biography, dialogue, drama, diary/memoir, essay, fiction, horror, letter, non-fiction, poetry, science-fiction, and speech. Explore a rich collection of high-interest texts to discover how writers meticulously craft their works in compelling and dramatic ways. In this […]

  • Jan
    19

    Civics: US and THEM

    What is the American Dream? Read and discuss a series of real-life, U.S. historical case studies that chronicle the struggles of a variety of groups and individuals in their quest to achieve social justice and equal treatment under the law. Learn about the religious intolerance of the Puritans, follow the exploits of a North Carolina […]