A premier learning community that empowers each student to thrive in an ever-changing world.

The Adult School is open Monday through Friday in
June 8:30 am - 3 pm 
Please call to verify someone will be there before coming to school,
in July.
Day time classes start on August 12, 2015
 

 Online registrations Class dates, times, and descriptions can be found by clicking on the programs tab above.

  
 Programs we offer at the

 Fairfield-Suisun Adult School
 

▪ Adult Basic Education

▪ Adult Secondary Education

▪ English as a Second Language

▪ Career Development

▪ Parent Education

 
Our courses can lead to:
 better jobshappier families and a brighter future!
 
Go to our "Programslink to 
get more details on the classes we
offer and the dates of registration.
 
       

 

 

Highlight Class Offering

Enroll Today!
Launch into Summer!

Offered by Fairfield Suisun Adult School and Solano Community College 

Whether you are Career Technical, ESL Transitions, High School or Recent High School Gradaute are you ready to launch your next step in college or career? These short term summer offerings are designed to help you brush up and develop skills that will provide you with the foundations for success in your next successful educational or job-related journey!

Math 305 – Prepare for Math Success (.5 Unit)
This course will help new math students interpret their assessment test scores and evaluate their current level of mathematical knowledge. Throughout the course, students will review topics from math courses previously complete, and improve math study skills.

Outcomes – Students will:
• Identify and critique current math study skill habits.
• Identify at least one new valuable math study skill and implement its use while reviewing math content in preparation for their first math course at Solano.

Main Campus – June 22-25; 9-10:50 AM (CRN 60405) – Instructor: Genele Rhoades
Vallejo Center – July 6-9; 6-7:50 PM (CRN 60406) – Instructor: Genele Rhoades
Fairfield Suisun Adult School – Aug. 3-6; 3-4:50 PM (CRN 60407) – Instructor: Barbara Villatoro

Business 100 – Work Readiness (1.5 Units) – Instructors Adrienne Cary and Loretta Garcia
This course covers the process of assessing the job market and completing a resume and application. Topics include how to be successful on the job and to gain satisfaction and rewards from work. The skills needed in the workplace are emphasized along with the social and communication skills, personal characteristics and habits, and expectations of the employer.
Outcomes – Students will:
• Identify the role and responsibilities of the working professional
• Develop and prepare a resume and letter of application; develop interview skills
• Demonstrate effective communication techniques
• Identify traits of an ethical employee
• Develop and use proper telephone techniques
• Establish effective time management techniques
Main Campus – July 27-30 and Aug 3-6; 6PM-8:50 PM (CRN 60408)
Fairfield Suisun Adult School – July 27-30 and Aug 3-6; 9AM- 11:50 PM (CRN 60410)
Vallejo Center – July 27-30 and Aug 3-6; 1PM-3:50 PM (CRN 60409)

Business 181 – Business Math (1 Unit ) – Instructors: Lavonne Slator and Ms. Ibarra-Pina
This course requires students to apply essential mathematical skills necessary for success in business. Includes a review of fractions, decimals, percent, ratios, the percentage formula, and general business applications, The course also reviews advanced business applications such as interest, discount, markup, payroll, pricing policies, cash and trade discounts, and financial statements. This is a self-paced, programmed learning class.
Outcomes – Students will:
• Analyze basic formulas and apply the principles to percentage and interest problems.
• Develop basic mathematical skills.
• Comprehend how to apply basic mathematical principles to common business problems.

Fairfield Suisun Adult School –June 15-19, June 22-25 and June 29-July 2; 5PM -8:15 PM (CRN 60413)

CIS 060 Introduction to the Internet (1.5 Units)
This course is designed to prepare students to use the Internet, a worldwide computer network. Emphasis is on introducing features of the Internet, including electronic mail, the World Wide Web, Gopher, FTP (file transfer protocol), Telnet, and Usenet, as well as other Internet services and utilities. Students will explore hands-on the vast resources of the Internet, learn to access information using a variety of methods, and will construct a simple web page. Emphasis will be placed on hands-on projects, student presentations, and class exercises.
Outcomes – Students will:
• Describe the hardware and software requirements needed to connect to the Internet.
• Understand Internet addresses and on-line routing.
• Demonstrate an awareness of Internet etiquette by applying “Netiquette” principles.
• Connect to the Internet and send, receive, store, and forward mail including file attachments using both FTP mail and a commercial e-mail package.
• Locate a file at a remote site, and using ftp (file transfer protocol), transfer that file to a local computer.
• Use Telnet to access a variety of host computers and display directory and file information of the host.
• Locate and subscribe to a listserv.
Vacaville Center (Annex) – July 13-July 23; 9:00 AM – 11:50 AM (CRN 60414) – Instructor: K. Callison & Diane Wilson

 
 
 
 
 

Registration for the 2015/16 School Year

High School and GED Prep


Registration Dates for DAY classes:


High School Diploma program:

New Students- Friday, July 31st at 10:00 am or 1:00 pm

Returning Students- Monday, August 3rd at 10:00 am or 1:00 pm



GED Prep Program:

New Students- Tuesday, August 4th at 10:00 am or 1:00 pm

Returning Students- Wednesday, August 5th at 10:00 am or 1:00 pm

 

Can’t decide between High School Diploma and GED? Please obtain a copy of your transcript and attend the High School Diploma registration. Once your transcript has been evaluated you can switch to the GED Prep program if needed.


Please allow up to 2 hours for registration. No Children Please.


Save your spot! Pre-register at: http://www.fsusd.org/Domain/15

Pre-registration is recommended, but not required. 


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GED and Hiset Information

HiSet  is here!

The Fairfield-Suisun Adult School
is now open for HiSet (High School Equivalency Test)
offering Paper Based Testing only
 
 For questions or to register for the test,
visit hiset.ets.org 
or call 1-855-MyHiset 
1-855-694-4738
or email HiSET@ets.org
 

The Fairfield-Suisun Adult School is also a
Pearson Vue Test Center for GED testing

Open Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays - except on holidays and school breaks.
For questions or to register for the test, visit GED.com
or call 1-877-392-6433 


 
 
 
 For onsite registration support, visit the Fairfield-Suisun Adult School on Thursdays from 9:00 am - 11:00 am. 
No cash or checks please
You will need a credit card to pay for your registration/testing fees.