The Sonoma County Regional Adult Education Programs are student-oriented and provide a variety of educational options designed to increase students’ access to education within their local communities, including gaining skills through our Short-Term Career Education courses, obtaining a high school diploma or the equivalent, and English as a Second Language courses. Santa Rosa Junior College is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and College. We acknowledge that we gather at Santa Rosa Junior College on the territorial traditional land of the Pomo People, past and present, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations.
Noemi Acosta earned her high school diploma thanks to adult education. With her sights set on a career in teaching, she currently tutors adults in the same high school equivalency program. “I want to be in front of the classroom, and I want the children to remember me with the same affection that I remember my teachers.” Santa Rosa, CA. Santa Rosa Adult School serves a variety of students, ages 16 to adult. Programs are conveniently located throughout Santa Rosa County, placing adult education within the reach of .
The Sonoma County Adult Education Consortium is comprised of the Santa Rosa Junior College, Petaluma Adult School/Joint Union High School District, Sonoma County Office of Education, Santa Rosa City Schools, Sonoma Valley Unified School District and Windsor Unified School District. Students must complete all Santa Rosa Adult School registration forms online and pay the $ tuition fee before they begin their class (es).
Started in , Santa Rosa Junior College offers free, noncredit courses designed specifically for older adults as part of our commitment to lifelong learning. Our Older Adult Program (OAP) courses provide opportunities for personal growth and development, group .