This program supports the student in building the academic knowledge and skills needed to complete a high school diploma, acquire college readiness, or prepare for career and vocational training.
Students receive direct instruction in reading comprehension, academic vocabulary development, writing proficiency, math competency, test-taking strategies, study skills, and workforce readiness. Online programs may also be available and appropriate for the student to use outside the classroom. As a WIOA Title-I financially assisted program, Fremont Union High School district Adult School, is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request for individuals with disabilities.
Pre-registration is required. Please call the Adult School office at (408) 522-2700 for registration information.
** A placement test, Student Orientation for Academic Readiness (SOAR), and a one-on-one counseling appointment are all required for enrollment in classes.
Students need to be able to fill out this form on testing day https://goo.gl/Re1jXE
You can register for both the free Adult Basic Education (ABE) placement test and SOAR now.