If you are new to Washington Adult School, we hope you discover the many educational opportunities we offer. We are committed to providing a positive and supportive learning environment for all students to reach their personal, educational and career goals.
We are quickly expanding our WUSD program offerings. Check our website often for new offerings.
These courses encompass the skills of speaking, listening, reading, writing, mathematics, decision making and problem solving, and preparation to participate in job-specific career and technical training. Students may use ESL instruction to gain life and employment skills, progress to career or academic programs, and become actively engaged in their communities.
High School Diploma and Equivalency programs are designed for students who want to complete their high school education. Highly-qualified and credentialed staff assist you with completing online or face-to-face courses leading to a WUSD High School Diploma or with online, in-person preparation for the four GED tests leading to a GED Certificate (equivalent to HSD). You’re never too old to complete your High School Diploma or GED. Enroll today!
Our counselor is available to help you create an educational plan that is flexible to your needs, but also effective in helping you meet your educational goals.
A copy of your most recent high school transcript is required for evaluation and placement.
Our facilities are available to all students who seek information regarding post-secondary education, the college registration process, financial aid information, career and job exploration, etc.
There are 15 industry sectors in California. WUSD is expanding its programs to include the highest- demand, highest-skilled, and highest-wage training programs in the region. Graduates of our CTE programs will be prepared to transition successfully to post-secondary programs at the college level, earn industry-recognized certification, and/or to find a career that pays a family-sustaining, livable wage.
Enrollment in the CTE courses may require a High School Diploma or High School Equivalency. Talk to our Adult Education Counselor today to find a program that is appropriate for you!
PACT is a free Pre-Apprenticeship Construction Training program that prepares students for entry into the workforce. The training is taught by a journeyman-level carpenter with a Career Technical Education teaching credential. PACT staff will guide the students throughout the training with job placement assistance and guidance into apprenticeship/union careers.
Skills taught in the classroom and on the job-site include:
Admission Requirements: Persons 18 years of age or older may enroll in adult education classes.
For fee-based courses, a 50% refund will be made if requested within two business day of the first class.
Any class can be cancelled or shortened if there are not approximately 15 tuition-paying students registered for CTE courses prior to the first class. If a class is cancelled, students who have enrolled will be notified either prior to or at the time of the first class and tuition payments will be refunded in full.
Civil Rights Compliance
All educational and vocational opportunities are offered without regard to age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, race, ancestry, national origin, religion, color or mental or physical disability. A lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in educational and vocational programs.
Uniform Complaint Procedures
It is the intention of the Board of Education that every member of the community shall have the right for prompt and orderly redress of a grievance relating to an alleged violation of federal and state laws or regulations of education programs. Therefore, pursuant to California Code Regulation, Title 5, Section 4600, the District has developed necessary procedures to process a complaint regarding educational services provided by the adult school. A copy of the uniform complaint policy is available at each site where adult education is offered. A complaint should be addressed first to the adult school principal. More information about the process can be found at our district website.