“Enlightening Your Future” is truly what Adult Education programs are all about. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve you!

418 West Ellis Ave Perris, CA 92570 951-657-7357

ADULT EDUCATION

The Perris Union High School District offers a variety of continuing educational opportunities for adults in Perris. Evening courses are available.

REGISTRATION

Registration takes place by appointment only at Perris Community Adult School, 418 West Ellis Avenue, Perris CA 92570, Room 112. Our telephone number is 951-657-7357, x30801. All classes are open enrollment.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Perris Community Adult School is a contracted provider for a number of special State and Federal assistance programs. These programs provide assistance for students in various courses such as Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language (ESL), and General Education Development (GED).

The programs offered depends on current year funding.

REQUIRED TESTING

At the time of enrollment, all adult education students are required to take the Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS) reading and math or listening diagnostic tests.

FEES

Effective July 1, 2011, Perris Community Adult School instituted registration fees and course fees for eligible courses. Please call for information regarding scheduled fees.

Graduation Requirements

DIPLOMA

Perris Community Adult School will grant an Adult Education high school diploma to students who have successfully completed the requirements of the Adult School, including a residency requirement of 10 semester units.These units must be completed at Perris Community Adult School. Credits are issued for successful completion of high school course work.

COURSES SEMESTER UNITS

COURSES SEMESTER UNITS
 
ENGLISH
WORLD HISTORY
US HISTORY
GOVERNMENT
ECONOMICS
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE
PHYSICAL SCIENCE
MATHEMATICS
HEALTH
FINE ARTS
ELECTIVES
 
TOTAL
 
30
10
10
05
05
10
10
20
05
10
50
 
165

Policies

ATTENDANCE

Attendance in all classes is the responsibility of the students. The State of California does not provide for excused absences in Adult Education.

REFUNDS

No refunds will be made to students who voluntarily withdraw form classes. Refunds may only be made when a class is canceled.

DRESS CODE

The manner in which students dress for school influences behavior in the learning environment.Students are expected to come to school in a manner which assures adequate modesty.Any attire that causes a disruption or leads to unsatisfactory behavior is inappropriate and is not to be worn to school.

PARKING LOT

Parking is at your own risk. PCAS assumes no responsibility for damage or theft. Speed limit is 5 miles per hour. Please respect the marked/designated parking spaces (handicapped, staff, etc.).

CITATION POLICY

The Perris Community Adult School utilizes a student citiation poilicy. Citations are issued when school/classroom rules are violated. A student who accumulates three citations during a shool year will be dismissed from PCAS for a minimum of 6 weeks.Serious violations may require that the student be dismissed after the first offense.A sudent who is dismissed from PCAS may not return to any PCAS campus for any adult school function. Instructors may provide more detailed information regarding disciplinary procedures.

NO SMOKING

The Perris Union High School District/Extended Learning Center prohibits the use of tobacco and tobacco products while on any district property.

SEXUAL HARASSMENT

Sexual harassment means any unwelcome sexual advance, request for sexual favors, and other verbal, visual, physical conduct of a sexual nature made by someone under any of the conditions.

Sexual harassment by any employee or by any student will not be allowed. Sexual harassment is prohibited by the Perris Union High School District and may result in disciplinary action to the offending employee or student.

UNIFORM COMPLAINT PROCEDURES

The Perris Union High School District recognizes that the District is responsible for ensuring that it complies with State and Federal law and regulations governing educational programs. The District will follow uniform complaint procedures when addressing unlawful discrimination based on ethnic group identification, religion, size, gender, color, or physical or mental disability in any program that receives or benefits from State or Federal financial assistance. The District encourages the early informal resolution of complaints at the site level whenever possible.

Upon receipt of a written complaint from an individual, public agency, or organization, Uniform Complaint Procedures will be initiated. The Superintendent or designee shall distribute all information about these procedures.


Updated on by Slobodan Stevanovic