Your Future Awaits!

We are Franklin County’s “full service” community learning center. From here you can work towards earning a High School or HiSet Diploma.

Beyond the Diploma programs there’s College Transitions, WorkReady, dozens of Career Pathway Certificate Programs and many other offerings that will prepare you to be better equipped for your next career or educational steps. We also offer customized online learning solutions designed to keep your skillsets razor-sharp.

Of course, our Community Education program is full of fun, challenging and timely classes that will keep you engaged and coming back for more!

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Learning for everyone

From Reading/Language Arts to Mathematics; Technology to Career Advising, Skill Assessment to Resume Writing and Job Applications, we have programs to fit your needs.

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    CREATE BETTER HEALTH WITH EXPANDED FOOD AND NURTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM(EFNEP)

    Together we will learn about nutrition, food safety, saving money at the grocery store, planning meals, and getting more physical activity into you and your family’s day. Each class is designed to build upon the previous lessons. After attending all four classes, participants will receive a $10 Hannaford gift card and will have the knowledge […]

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    WRITING FICTION AND NON-FICTION

    Whether you are woking on your first novel or your latest magazine article, you novel or your latest magazine article, you know that one of the most valuable things any writer can have is feedback. Another is support. This workshop offers both, along with seminars on such topics as finding inspiration, performing research, organizing one’s […]

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    BEGINNER FLY TYING

    This course is designed for the beginner but is open to all skill levels. Each week you will learn at least 2 different fly patterns and usually there is enough time during class to tie at least 3 flies of each pattern. All materials will be supplied by the instructor at no cost. You will […]

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    FACEBOOK FOR BUSINESS

    In the battle for attracting and retaining customers in the Information Age, it has become more important than ever to understand the power of Social Media as a marketing tool. Facebook offers many opportunities to meaningfully engage with your customers with timely and relevant content and to help personalize their relationship with you. We will […]

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    HORSEMANSHIP 101

    This class is focused on horsemanship with an emphasis on gaining confidence and understanding with horses. This class can accommodate a beginner who has never been around horses to an experienced horse person who would like to learn new techniques for ground work and the development of communication between horse and handler.  Classes will be […]

  • Affirmative Action Officers 
    Keith Acedo, kacedo@mtbluersd.org & Katherine Duchesne, kduchesne@mtbluersd.org