Adult School

  • FS Adult School

    Principal: Elizabeth Kolakoski

    Secretary: Irma Calderon

    Address: 900 Travis Blvd., Fairfield, CA 94533

    Telephone: (707) 421-4155

Front Office Hours

  • Monday - Thursday

    8:00 AM - 4:30 PM


    8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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About the Adult School

  • The Fairfield-Suisun Adult School has been providing adult education services to the city of Fairfield  for over 50 years. Our excellent teaching staff provides instruction to help students earn their High School Diploma, prepare for the GED, learn English, become a CNA, and much, much more. 

    We offer classes and child care throughout the day and evening to accomodate for the schedules of our students and their families.

    We offer semester long trades classes in: Automotive, Electrical, HVAC, Culinary, Welding, plumbing and carpentry. In 2018 we were recognized by Sonoma State and received the Jack London Educational Innovation Award for our vocational training programs.

    Our Parent Education program offers a wide variety of classes where parents interact with their children as they participate in fund activities that introduce children to a worker of winder with immersive experiences that stimulate the mind and challenge the senses.

    We want to be the bridge to help you with transitions to careers, college, other training opportunities. Come Grow With Us!

    FS Adult School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

Adult School Mission and Core Beliefs

  • Mission

    To provide diverse educational opportunities to prepare students for a successful future.



    The FSAS is a welcoming, collaborative, and safe educational environment for students and staff that supports students in achieving their personal and academic goals while preparing them for the future.

    Student Learner Outcomes (SLOs)

    FSAS will become:

    • Effective communicators who utilize technology to convey and access ideas and information demonstrate growth in reading, writing, speaking and listening skills using various assessments.
    • Critical thinkers who use multiple strategies to identify and solve problems and analyze apply and share new information.
    • Self-directed learners who develop academic and personal goals for successful transitions and work independently to complete tasks.