The District Board of Trustees waives any or all tuition and fees for one college credit course per semester (up to four credit hours) for persons 60 years of age or older who are residents of the State of Florida. This privilege will be granted only if such college credit classes are not filled. Important Information Regarding School Closings and Coronavirus (COVID) Here at Broward Community Schools, we’re offering accounting courses, LSAT preparation, ESOL, english classes, and more online!These great courses will help you prepare for a career in Miami, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, and all surrounding areas.
The adult education centers and community schools offer self-paced evening courses for students (16 years and older) who attend high school but need to make up credits in order to graduate. Students may enter at any time. High school students must get a referral from their guidance counselor. High school Credit recovery information. Seminole State College's School of Academic Foundations provides practical instruction for adults who are seeking basic academic skills, a high school diploma, GED® Prep courses, personal enrichment and skill building. Workforce Jumpstart - Get $$$ for Education.
The Criminal Justice Institute offers advanced and specialized courses to maintain officer's mandatory retraining requirements. Most of our advanced and specialized classes are free under the FDLE Trust Fund Budget, but we give seat priority to officers of the Seminole County region. Higher Education / Adult Education Program Clara Keawphalouk, M.S. - Director / SPRING SCHOLARSHIP NOW AVAILABLE SPRING APPLICATION Seminole Nation Adult Education - GED Class Information New enrollment process We are woking on a new way to enroll.
Adult Education Center; Adult Virtual Academy; Atlantic Community High School; Boca Raton Community High School; Seminole Ridge Community High School; South Tech Charter Academy; Wellington Community High School; West Boca Community High School; West Tech; Location. ACE Technical Center North;. The courses in this catalog are identified by prefixes and numbers that were assigned by Florida's Statewide Course Numbering System, a system used by all public postsecondary institutions in Florida and 32 non-public institutions. Seminole State controls the description, credit and content of its own courses.