The Capistrano Unified Adult Education program provides a wide array of traditional Adult School courses and an extensive menu of fee-based recreation courses for children and adults.
The Capistrano Adult School enrolls approximately 6,000 students each year. Classes are available morning, afternoon and evening at a variety of locations throughout CUSD.
The Adult School offers students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma or prepare for and take the GED exam. Students can also take classes to improve their mathematic skills, become a more proficient reader or writer, or prepare to take and pass the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) which is offered at the school several times each year.
Many adult students attend English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) classes to help their children succeed in school, or to become more effective workers and contributing community members. The Citizenship program guides adult students through the process of applying for and becoming a U.S. citizen.
Vocational education students take computer classes to prepare for new occupations or to refresh their technology skills.
Many older adults enroll in classes to improve their computer skills, and their physical and mental fitness.
Visit http://www.capistranoadultschool.org/ or call (949) 493-0658 or (949) 489-7202 for more information.
Capistrano Adult Education is located at 31431 El Camino Real in San Juan Capistrano.