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We are no longer accepting applications for the 2016-17 school year. Please check back often for updates on the 2017-18 school year.

Q: When will the adult school start accepting new students?

A: We will be registering in August for the 2014-15 school year.

 

Q: Are nursing classes being offered?

A: No, CRY-ROP is offering CNA and LVN classes. Contact them at (909) 793-3115.

 

Q: What ESL classes are being offered?

A: Beginning and intermediate classes are being offered in a Multi-Level format. Students MUST meet the criteria of the Workforce Incestment Act (learning English to find a job, keep a job, or get a better job).


Q: Is the school accredited?

A:  Yes, The Redlands Adult School is Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges

Q: What else do I need to know about the school?

A: Read below...


PHILOSOPHY:

The guiding philosophy at Redlands Adult School is to serve the immediate and long-term educational goals of the individual and the community. The adult school provides opportunities for participants to become proficient in meeting their responsibilities, to obtain training and skills for employment, to become knowledgeable consumers, parents and citizens, and to become lifelong learners.

MISSION STATEMENT:
Redlands Adult School is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals by providing challenging, lifelong learning opportunities to develop new skills. These skills, offered within a supportive environment, empower students to interact successfully in a global society.

Expected Schoolwide Learning Results - ESLRs:

Redlands Adult School Students will be:

RESPONSIBLE INDIVIDUALS WHO
Value Life-long learning 
Develop self-confidence to reach personal potential
Assume responsibility for personal development
Think critically and problem solve 
Set personal, academic and career goals

COOPERATIVE INDIVIDUALS WHO
Respect and value diversity
Exhibit tolerance for differences
Work collaboratively

PRODUCTIVE COMMUNITY MEMBERS WHO
Integrate and use technology effectively 
Demonstrate transferable employment skills
Access and manage resources 
Apply acquired knowledge to everyday life 
Exhibit organizational skills

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATORS WHO
Listen actively
Speak articulately
Write competently
Read critically

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