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East Haven Adult Learning Center



Our Classes

ABE - Adult Basic Education - Day Class

Free

with Karen Schmidt

Calendar Sep 11, 2017 at 9:30 am

The Adult Basic Education (ABE) Program is designed to provide instruction in the basic academic skills of reading, writing, and mathematics to adult learners in order to prepare them for transitioning into higher education, vocational training and/or employment.  This program can be used as a precursor to the GED and EDP programs.  The desired outcome is to help each adult learner reach a high level of self-sufficiency as an individual, family member, and community member.  

Tueday and Thursday Mornings

ABE - Adult Basic Education - Evening Class

Free

with Lori Proto

Calendar Sep 11, 2017 at 6 pm

The Adult Basic Education (ABE) Program is designed to provide instruction in the basic academic skills of reading, writing, and mathematics to adult learners in order to prepare them for transitioning into higher education, vocational training and/or employment.  This program can be used as a precursor to the GED and EDP programs.  The desired outcome is to help each adult learner reach a high level of self-sufficiency as an individual, family member, and community member.  

Monday and Wednesday evenings

Advanced Excel and Google Sheets (2007/2010)

$79

with Bruce Sumner

Calendar Oct 31, 2017 at 6:30 pm, runs for 5 weeks

This continuation to the beginners Excel course will help you navigate this powerful analytical tool. You will learn to maximize all the functional capabilities it offers: validation to protect your worksheets, what- if analyses from data tables and pivot table techniques to create calculated fields and items. Finally, you can become proficient at the nesting functions within all that Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets programs and what it can offer to you. Bruce Sumner is your instructor.  Pleas bring a thumb drive to the class.  ** There is no class on November 7, 2017.

An Education in the Grotesque: The Gargoyles of Yale University

$10

with Mathew Duman

Calendar Sep 19, 2017 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week

Join photographer and author Mathew Duman for a lecture and then a tour of Yale University in New Haven. Yale is an extraordinary place where you can observe gargoyles in their natural habitat! On this trek, Matt points out many of the grotesques & gargoyles that originally inspired him to explore the campus and to write his book: Those who have never been will find a visit to Yale's campus (60 - 90 minute tour ) to be a fascinating combination of academics, hisory, art and architecture. Those who are familiar wit the campus will find that there are still many discoveries yet to be made because many of these sculptures still go unnoticed by even the most dedicated Yale. Either way, searching out these works of art can be almost as much fun as appreciating them. Binoculars recommended!

Angelic Reiki

$10

with Jean MacDonald-Caprio

Calendar Oct 3, 2017 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week

What is Reiki??? (ray-key)  Why is Reiki so popular for the mind, body, and spirit???  If you want to learn more about the healing energy and benefits of Reiki, join a hands on demonstration by Jean Macdonald-Carpio (Reiki Master) for this 1 hour informational class.  Please preregister as seating is limited.

One Evening Only

A donation of a non-perishable food item(s) to the East Haven Food Bank will be accepted.

Basic Skills Academy - Math and English Preparatory Class

$50
Calendar Sep 26, 2017 at 6:30 pm, runs for 10 weeks

Do you have your high school diploma and are in need of basic skill sets in math and English that Father Time has helped us lose?  The East Haven Adult Learning Center understands the need to reacquire and define old skills we may have misplaced.  We’ve all struggled with the occasional misplaced comma, or the run-on sentence, not to mention the inability to multiply and divide fractions and decimals.  Let us help you refine these skills in classes that are made to be student friendly for those in need.  These old/new skills can help you return to college, find advancement in your present job, or give you the confidence to help your child with their homework.  Our instructors will lead you through a series of sequential steps that will bolster your confidence and self-esteem to tackle life-long learning.  Don’t let your inability to remember a few simple rules impact your future.  Come meet with us on Tuesday evenings to get you on the road to success. There will be no class on November 7, 2017. 

CDP - High School Credit Diploma Program 2nd Semester

Free
Calendar Nov 1, 2017

The High School Credit Diploma Program is an alternative route designed to assist the student in completing a high school degree while learning life and career skills.  Students entering the program must meet the following requirements:

  • As of July 1, 2011, students under 18 years of age, should contact the Adult Education Facilitator, Joe Ferraiolo,to determine their eligibility
  • Not enrolled in high school as defined under state law
  • Ability to furnish high school withdrawal form from previous school
  • Transcript of completed coursework must be forwarded to the EHALC

Our goal is to meet the unique individual needs of each student enrolled in the program.  Students may combine credits awarded for prior academic work with credits earned through current learning experiences.  Required courses in English, mathematics, social studies, and science are offered every semester, as well as various electives that can be used to attain a high school diploma.

Semester 1     August 27 - October 17, 2016

Semester 2     October 20 - December 13, 2016

Semester 3     December 15 - February 10, 2017

Semester 4     February 13 - April 7, 2017 (tenative)

Semester 5     April 17 - June 2, 2017 (tenative)

CDP - High School Credit Diploma Program 3rd Semester

Free
Calendar Jan 18, 2018

The High School Credit Diploma Program is an alternative route designed to assist the student in completing a high school degree while learning life and career skills.  Students entering the program must meet the following requirements:

  • As of July 1, 2011, students under 18 years of age, should contact the Adult Education Facilitator, Joe Ferraiolo,to determine their eligibility
  • Not enrolled in high school as defined under state law
  • Ability to furnish high school withdrawal form from previous school
  • Transcript of completed coursework must be forwarded to the EHALC

Our goal is to meet the unique individual needs of each student enrolled in the program.  Students may combine credits awarded for prior academic work with credits earned through current learning experiences.  Required courses in English, mathematics, social studies, and science are offered every semester, as well as various electives that can be used to attain a high school diploma.

Semester 1     August 27 - October 17, 2016

Semester 2     October 20 - December 13, 2016

Semester 3     December 15 - February 10, 2017

Semester 4     February 13 - April 7, 2017 (tenative)

Semester 5     April 17 - June 2, 2017 (tenative)





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