Sequoia District Adult School

Has been serving the mid-peninsula community since it was founded in 1921; the school opened its Fair Oaks site in 1989. Students can study English as a Second Language and take classes needed to earn a High School Diploma or a High School Equivalency Diploma, GED certificate, learn to use computers and explore precoding and HTML workshops.

Students can also learn how to start a business in classes offered in partnership with Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center. Sequoia Adult School provides college classes in ESL on site; counselors and classes are available to help students succeed in school and transition to Cañada College to further their educations.

Serving more than two thousand community members annually, the school provides a positive life-long learning environment that encourages individual student success while responding to the diverse needs of the community served by the Sequoia district.

Our Mission and Student Learning Outcomes

The Sequoia District Adult School’s mission is to serve students by providing quality programs in which they develop the skills needed to enter college, job training and careers, succeed in school and support their children’s education, and contribute to vibrant and healthy communities.
 
School-Wide Student Learning Outcomes
a)      Students will develop skills needed for college, careers and job training.
b)      Students will develop skills needed to succeed in school and support their children’s education
c)      Students will develop skills needed to contribute to healthy and vibrant communities.
 
Accreditation

Fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the school's mission is to provide quality programs in which students develop the skills needed to find and retain employment, support their children in the pre-K to 12 educational system, and contribute to vibrant and healthy communities.

Graduates 1957

Teacher and Student