Enrichment courses offered for Farmington Public School employees ONLY!
The Farmington Board of Education provides Adult Basic Education (ABE), English For Speakers of Other Languages (ESL), High School Completion (GED, CDP & NEDP), and Citizenship preparation courses are FREE to residents of Avon, Burlington, Canton, Collinsville, Farmington, Harwinton, Simsbury, West Simsbury, Weatogue and Unionville. Registration is required for ALL courses.
Click the link below to register. Once your registration is submitted, you will receive an email to schedule an in-person placement assessment.
If you have any questions please call Brenda Donlin, one of FCE's Program Facilitators, at (860) 404-0290 ext 7076.
Childcare is available in the evening ONLY for children who are 4 years and older and toilet-trained!!
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Learn to speak, read, and write English with a focus on skills needed in everyday life. Both day and evening courses will be offered at three levels (beginner, intermediate, and advanced). Registration is required for ALL new and returning students.
January 23 - May 9 (T/Th)
10 AM-12 PM (Beg/Intermediate) or 12-2 PM (Advanced)
at the Farmington Library - Upstairs Board Rm 1
January 22 - May 8 (M/W)
6-8:30 PM (all levels)
at Farmington High School
GED Preparation (Math / Science/Language Arts/ Social Studies) - Adults who have not completed high school must demonstrate attainment of academic skills and concepts normally acquired through completion of a high school program.
National External Diploma Program (NEDP) - Assists adults with life experiences, such as working and raising a family, towards a high school diploma. All work is done in a non-traditional, one-to-one virtual setting. NEDP is offered through West Hartford Continuing Education. Call (860) 561-6900.
Credit Diploma Program (CDP) - For motivated, independent learners with a busy work schedule who have 4-7 credits left to earn a diploma. Made up of a combination of teacher-led courses and an internet-based high school curriculum. Earn credits through independent study projects, community service, work experience, or vocational training. CDP is offered through Bristol Adult Education . Call (860) 584-7865.
This 12-week course prepares the applicant in the 3 areas of the naturalization process including both the application and documents, U. S. history and government, reading, and writing skills.
For adults who want to learn basic reading, writing, and math skills. You will improve your life skills and can prepare to enter a high school completion program.
Farmington Continuing Education complies with CT General Statutes Sec 10-71c. All mandated programs are free. We do not charge a fee for any textbooks or materials used in the classroom.