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Your Future Awaits!

New Classes are here!!

We have an exciting 2024 Winter/Spring Class Lineup! Call 207-778-3460 to secure your spot in our next New Student Orientation!

We are Franklin County’s full service community learning center. From here you can work towards earning a High School or HiSet Diploma (formerly GED).
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!

Take this quick survey to let us know what type of content you’d like to see in our next catalog.

Would YOU like to teach a class? There’s a place in this survey for you to tell us about your special skill!

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.

  • Jun
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    Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

    The 130 hour Certified Nursing Assistant Course is designed to prepare the student to be a Nursing Assistant. Call the Adult Ed Office at 778-3460 for an application, registration requirements and placement on a waiting list. Details regarding dates, location and fees will be provided to participants as the class list is completed. Assessments are […]

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    Miso Making Workshop

    Join go-en fermented foods for a sweet (quick ferment) miso-making workshop and discussion about miso and its uses as well as the history and cultural significance of this traditional fermented food of Japan. Having been produced for more than a millennium, miso utilizes techniques and relationships that have been passed down from generation to generation […]

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    Maine Open Farm Day

    Visit the working homestead and education center of Maine Local Living School on Open Farm Day! We will lead tours of the campus including the ice house, root cellar, greenhouse and gardens, solar food dehydrator, animal barn, and the classroom/workshop. Visitors will learn about and interact with earth-friendly systems including rainwater collection and solar water […]

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    Green Wood Spoon Carving

    Join up-and-coming artisan craftsman and maker Grant Hawkes of Wildfolkwanderer for a weekend making beautiful wooden spoons and plenty of curly wood shavings! Spoons are one of the most universal tools of humanity, being crafted and used across the globe for thousands of years. In this course we will explore the details of spoon carving, diving fully […]

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    Willow Weaving Weekend

    In this two day workshop you will make a round-base basket, otherwise known as stake-and-strand, traditional to much of Europe.  Learn to make the slath, two-rod twining, staking up, 3-rod waling, French randing, a waled border, and handles of your choice.  Take home a round-base basket to use for the rest of your life and […]

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