Fresno Adult School

Attention: Registration for ESL, Citizenship, High School Equivalency, High School Diploma, and Select CTE courses is now closed for the school year.
Registration will open July 18th for our 2022-2023 school year starting in August.

Register for CTE Summer courses by following the steps below.
CTE Summer courses will begin June 13th.

STEP 1:

Complete the registration form in-person at Fresno Adult School on the program registration day as indicated in Step 2.

OR

Fill out the online registration form HERE and then GO to STEP 2 to complete the process.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have completed the online registration form, you will not be fully enrolled into classes until you’ve attended orientation/assessment at Fresno Adult School (see days/times in STEP 2)

STEP 2:

Bring your photo ID to Fresno Adult School to complete your registration and get enrolled into your summer CTE course.

Monday – Thursday

8:30am – 5:30pm

Friday

8:30am – 12:00pm

Children are not permitted on campus.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have completed the online registration form, you will not be fully enrolled into classes until you’ve attended orientation/assessment at Fresno Adult School (see days/times above)

How much time will it take to complete the on-site process?

  • Career Technical Education: Allow .5-1 hours depending on the pathway of interest (assessment is not required)

Transcript Requests:

High school transcripts can be requested in-person at Fresno Adult School for a fee of $6.  There will be a 10-15 day turn-around for all transcripts.

CTE transcripts can be requested in-person at Fresno Adult School for a fee of $6.  There will be a 10-15 day turn-around for all transcripts.

2021

August 16 – Classes Begin

September 6th – Labor Day (no classes)

September 20th – District Buyback Day (no classes)

October 11th – District Buyback Day (no classes)

November 22nd thru 26th – Thanksgiving Break (no classes)

December 20th thru January 7th – Winter Break (no classes)

2022

January 10th – District Buyback Day (no classes)

January 11th – First day Back From Winter Break

January 17th – M.L. King, Jr. Day (no classes)

February 7th – Lincoln’s Birthday (no classes)

February 21st – President’s Day (no classes)

February 28th – District Buyback Day (no classes)

March 21st – District Buyback Day (no classes)

April 11th thru 18th – Spring Break (no classes)

May 30th – Memorial Day (no classes)

June 2nd – High School Graduation

Preparing to apply for a Paraprofessional job with Fresno Unified School District?

Visit Fresno Unified Job Openings to view career opportunities

TABE EXAM (NCLB Requirement)

This exam is offered to those who have not yet met the 48 college units or NCLB compliant requirement.

Sign up to take the exam by visiting Community Education Career Enhancement – TABE or prepare by obtaining the skills through our Paraprofessional Program (exam is free at the end of the course).

Upcoming TABE Exam Dates/Times:

May 3rd – 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM

May 12th – 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM

May 17th – 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM

May 26th – 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM

Please register at least 24hrs in advance at Community Education Career Enhancement.

BIA EXAM

After test takers pass both portions (Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension), the Department of English Learners Services will schedule them for the oral portion of the exam.

Sign up to take the exam by visiting Community Education Career Enhancement – BIA.

Upcoming BIA Exam Dates/Times:

May 5th – 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM

May 10th – 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM

May 19th – 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM

May 24th – 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Please register at least 24hrs in advance at Community Education Career Enhancement – BIA.

Career & Technical Education

Prepare for your new career by receiving the training and certificate in one of our pathways.

Adult Secondary Education

Earn your High School Diploma or prepare to pass your High School Equivalency Exam.

English as a Second Language

Fresno Adult School can assist you in reaching your goals. You can learn English or prepare to pass your Citizenship exam.

Community Education

Engage in learning that utilizes non-credit courses to engage the brain, heighten physical activity, and maintain social relationships.