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Registration is now open.
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If you need to improve your English skills, obtain a high school diploma, or expand your horizons by taking an enrichment course, you have opened the right web page!
There are three ways to earn a high school diploma at the New Haven Adult and Continuing Education Center: GED, Credit Diploma Program, or National External Diploma Program. We have many levels of ESOL classes to improve your proficiency in English. We offer a number of enrichment classes, each of which will enhance your lifelong learning. Each person entering New Haven Adult and Continuing Education has a unique experience; so before deciding on a program, please discuss your situation with our counselors who are on-site at the Ella Grasso Boulevard location Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM and Monday through Wednesday evenings from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM. They will help you make an informed decision about which program is best for you. The important thing is that you register to start a program!
The registration process is one that will take some time. This process is in place so that the counselors can help YOU decide on the best program for you to achieve your goals. Please be aware that you must be 17 or older to enter Adult Education in Connecticut. This law was passed by the legislature on July 1st, 2011.
of New Haven Public Schools facilities are handicapped accessible and
are drug-free zones up to one thousand (1,000)
feet in all directions
from the building.
In compliance with regulations of the Office of Civil Rights and with Equal Oportunity practices as determined by state and federal legislation, the New Haven Board of Education, as a matter of policy, does not knowingly condone discrimination in any of its programs or activities on the basis of race, gender, color, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, or disability, and prohibits sexual harassment of student and staff.
Funding for these programs is derived from CT State Dept. of Education, CT State Dept. of Labor, New Haven Board of Education, Regional Workforce Development Board.
If you are a person with a disability who requires accommodation in order to participate in any program or activity, or you have any questions, concerns or complaints concerning the American Disabilities Act as ammended (ADAAA), please contact Maureen Ryan at (203) 492-0213. Accommodations on the GED test are available for qualified individuals with disability. For more information contact Nicholas Montano at (203) 492-0210 or CT State Department of Education at (860) 807-2102.
For more information on Connecticut's teaching certification program, please visit the State of Connecticut's education website by clicking here.
To submit your resume attach it in an email and send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
You are always welcome to come to our center to introduce yourself and have one of our staff members show you the various classes and programs we have here at New Haven Adult Education.