ENGLISH LEARNING CLASS

English courses are designed for all levels of English learners, from beginning to advanced.

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HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED

Self-paced program for Adult High School Diploma completion, basic skills building, reading, and literacy.

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VOCATIONAL CAREER CLASSES

Vocational career classes are designed to prepare students for a variety of entry-level careers.

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Find answers to commonly asked questions to help you reach your educational, training, and career goals.

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Adult Education For A Better Tomorrow.

There are real benefits to having a high school diploma. Read what our past students are saying.

Shavet A.

Shavet A.

Cosmetology Student


My best friend attended Career Academy of Cosmetology and...
Manuel T.

Manuel T.

Warehouse/Shipping Associate


Earning my High School Diploma allowed me to gain employment...

Veronica F.

Recent Graduate


Hi my name is Veronica, I'm a recent graduate of the University of the Pacific...

Deana C.

Recent Graduate


Hello my name is Deanna, I'm a recent graduate of Delta's Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program...

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Lincoln Technical Academy/Lodi Adult School

Christopher J.

Manteca Adult School

Lee F.

Stockton Adult School

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Career Academy of Cosmetology

News

Adult School helps with Career Changes

Manteca Adult School — that conducts most of its classes at the Manteca Unified district complex at Louise Avenue and Airport Way — does more than just help adults who did not  secure a high school diploma to earn their GED  equivalency.  The Manteca Unified offers adult basic education, English as a second language, citizenship preparation, high school diplomas and courses — including assessments and certificates — needed to change careers.
 And in order to be more flexible and accessible for working adults, Manteca Adult School has switched from two 15-week semesters to four nine-week sessions.

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Adding Up The Cost Of Low Literacy Among Adults

Adults who can't read, write or speak English well affect all of society, in a variety of ways. They contribute less to the economy, cost communities more for government benefits and health services, and are disproportionately represented in the criminal justice system.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What types of programs are normally available?
Do I need to take a test to register? NO.
Is it expensive? NO.
Some classes are "free" or start at only $25. Calaveras offers their classes for free to Calaveras residents.
Can I just take one or two classes? Absolutely!

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