Adult education has a long history in California; the first classes for adults were organized in 1856 in San Francisco, to meet the educational needs of the first immigrant settlers to the state. Those early teachers taught English, basic education and vocational subjects. By 2004 nearly 1.4 million students were enrolled in classes throughout the state. Today, San Juan Adult Education continues to be part of that fine tradition of lifelong learning by helping adults become better parents, workers, community members and citizens. Classes are still forming for the school year, come join us and change your life!
The Sunrise Tech Center office will open August 6th for students interested in registering for Career Technical Education and Community Education classes. Many * NEW* classes to choose from such as Office Assistant Certificate in one semester using Microsoft 2013 or the Medical Assistant Certificate or a Medical Billing and Coding Certificate in one semester, including Medical Terminology. For enrichment, students may choose from Art to Photography to Music classes. Register online or walk-in.
A partnership between Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services and Encina High School provides individuals and families fresh fruits and vegetables through a free monthly distribution at the school.
Ten San Juan Unified students were recently honored at an event celebrating graduating seniors in the district’s Indian Education Program at Will Rogers Middle School.
San Juan High School hosted the 2017 Seal of Biliteracy Recognition Ceremony and Reception on May 12.