Work one-on-one with writing instructor Phil Wormuth; you will have intensive practice and feedback to help build skills for effective writing in both the workplace and academic settings. A special emphasis will be placed on building confidence in essay writing, developing your written voice, and building a system for quality writing: drafting, revising, and editing. This is an excellent class for individuals preparing for their HiSET writing test, college, or a training program. Participants will complete a reading and writing assessment prior to enrolling in the class.
Our writing intensive course is designed to help you improve your writing, reading, critical-thinking, and research skills. Activities also focus on skills necessary for college and/or career success: public speaking, self-advocacy, teamwork, time management and organization. AVID writing will help you develop your voice and unique writing style.
This course is offered as a hybrid course with both in-person and online portions. Completion of AVID Writing is also eligible for one high school level English credit.
Please call us to register for this class: 207-422-4794.
Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction! Spark your curiosity by reading a series of high-interest, nonfiction stories and articles designed to enlighten and entertain while increasing your reading comprehension and critical thinking skills. Earn diploma credits or prepare for the HiSET with this reading- and writing-intensive course.
Please call our office if you are interested in participating in this class: 422-4794.
Note: The dates have been updated from what was printed in the catalog. No class Nov. 23.
Prepare for college statistics with our unique online course! Get a head start on learning the terms, symbols, stats software, and graphing calculator. This online course is for students who have placed into college statistics or those who are retaking the class. Class will meet weekly on Zoom. Delayed viewing is available on an individual basis. Students will need a laptop, tablet or desktop (not a phone) with a camera and microphone, as well as high speed internet. Ideally, students will either have a TI-83 or 84 calculator to use or purchase the online software package. Outside homework will be given to supplement online instruction. Students should expect 2-3 hours of homework a week outside of class. Students will be asked to provide recent assessment scores, which can be taken with us.
If you have questions before registering, email Trudy at email@example.com
Former College Transitions students may have the fee waived...contact our office to register at 422-4794 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: The dates have been updated from what was published in our catalog. No class on Dec. 27.
Looking for an Algebra 1 course and credit? Algebra 1 is designed for credit towards high school diploma and for college admission; the class will also help you prepare for college-level math courses. A once-a-week online class meeting and online homework make this an intensive course. Students will work on writing and solving equations, coordinate graphing, factoring, systems of equations. Expect to spend 2-3 hours a week doing coursework. Students must show academic readiness by completing required assessments.
Technology requirements for the class are a laptop, tablet or desktop (not a phone), camera, microphone and hi-speed Internet.
This class is free to students earning their diploma through RSU 24 Adult Education. To enroll in Algebra 1, please call our office for an intake meeting, course orientation, and pre-assessment (422-4794).
We offer a variety of math classes for learners who are working towards their high school degree and beyond. Whether you need to start at the basics, brush up, or fill a few gaps in your math background, we have the classes for you.
Step 1: Contact us and make an appointment to meet with a student advisor or teacher. We'll work with you to determine the correct math class(es) for you, this includes a math assessment.
Step 2: Sign up for classes and starting building your math skills and confidence!
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Schedules are determined by the course you take. Diploma classes are usually Tuesdays & Thursdays; HiSET classes are usually Mondays & Wednessdays. Format can include in-person and online.