About the Adult School
We are so happy that you have chosen our school for the next step in your education. Are you interested in learning more about computers, welding, electrical, parenting; or earning a CPR, first aid or forklift certificate? Or maybe earning your High School Diploma, preparing to take the GED or improving your English skills? Whatever your motivation is, our experienced, supportive teachers and staff are committed to providing you high-quality classes designed to help you reach your educational and career goals.
Our Counselor Loretta Garcia (email@example.com) and our Community Outreach Liaison Yesenia Pantoja (firstname.lastname@example.org) are here to provide guidance and resource referrals around needs such as transportation, childcare, food, shelter, or scheduling conflicts. In addition we can support you with next steps for post-secondary education or career counseling.
Online registration is encouraged. All office visits are by appointment only. Please call ahead to schedule your appointment (707) 421-4155. The registration site is updated frequently, so check back on a regular basis to see what’s new.
Fairfield-Suisun Adult School provides diverse educational opportunities to prepare students for a successful future.
Fairfield-Suisun Adult School is a safe, welcoming and collaborative environment that supports the achievement of personal and academic goals.
GED Official Report of Test Results
Use this form to request a GED Official Report of Test Results from Fairfield Suisun Unified School District Adult School located at 900 Travis Blvd. Fairfield, CA 94533.
Note: If you completed your GED on or after 2002, please go to gedtestingservice.com to request a copy. If you completed your GED prior to 2002, fill out the form linked above.
There is a $10 fee per copy of GED Official Report of Test Results; this can be paid at the time of pick up. If this document is to be mailed, Fairifield Suisun Adult School will need to receive a form of payment before it can be mailed. Please mail to address provided above.
If you have any questions call the front office at (707) 421-4155.
Please allow 7-10 days for your request to be completed.
Mental Health Services for Students (EC 49428)
Students in need of mental health related services may reach out to their site administrator, school counselor or school psychologist. To access community-based mental health services, students with Medi-cal or Medicare insurance, or for students who are uninsured mental health services can be requested through Solano County Mental Health Access Line at 1(800)547-0495. To identify other community-based mental health providers please visit solanocares.org.
Students and families may also contact their insurance network providers to request mental health services.
If you or your family member is experiencing an acute mental health emergency call 911, go the nearest emergency room, or contact the Solano County Mental Health Crisis Stabilization Unit at 1(707)428-1131. To access 24/7 suicide prevention support, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1(800)273-8255 or 1(888)628-9454 for the Spanish line; or to access the 24/7 Crisis Text Line, text HOME to 741741. LGBTQ youth can access crisis support through the 24/7 Trevor Lifeline at 1(866)488-7386 or Trevor Text Line text START to 678678 Mon-Friday 12pm-7pm.