Fall 2014

Classes begin Wednesday, August 27
EARLY FALL: Aug 27 to Nov 1 • LATE FALL: Nov 3 to Jan 23

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• Online Registration is now available for Fall 2014 classes
Phone-in registration is Thursday-Friday, August 14-15 only.
Walk-in/Fax-in/Mail-in begins Monday, August 18.
• Visit the Registration Info page for details on our online registration systems: Traditional OL and new Community OL


Fall 2014 Catalog

Registration Form

Transcript Request

Transcript Info Page

Adobe Reader
for PDFs


It's official!
We are now listed as an official GED testing agency on PearsonVUE's 2014 website. To register for an exam, go directly to https://ged.com/. For more information, visit our Academic Department page for the latest details.
Need a GED Transcript? (For non-GED transcripts, visit our Transcript Info page)
Effective 2/1/14 GED transcripts for 2002 to the present must be obtained through the following website: www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/gedrequest-a-transcript - click on Get Your Transcript.
Comenzando el 2 de febrero de 2014 GED las transcripciones para 2002 a ahora están disponibles aquí: www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/gedrequest-a-transcript - clic Get Your Transcript.

Thinking about becoming an Emergency Medical Tech?
Upon successful completion of this challenging course, participants will be able to render basic emergency care to the sick and injured with confidence and compassion. Graduates will be well prepared for the national board examination process. The mandatory orientation is Tuesday, August 26 at 4:30pm. Details: Medical/Health Careers page.

Thinking about becoming a Certified Nurse Assistant?
The Early Fall 2014 CNA class is closed. The next CNA session begins November 3 and has a free mandatory orientation (not yet scheduled). Check back in late August for the orientation date. For program details, visit the Medical/Health Careers page.

Wondering what career path to take?
Visit the Career Pathways page to see what interests you. There are certificate programs and suggested course pathways to accomplish your job objectives.

ESL and High School/GED students: You must register in person
ESL students need an English test and orientation. Visit the ESL page.
High school/GED/Basic Ed students need an assessment. Visit the Academic page.

Support Group at BAS for LGBTQIQ students
Hosted by the Pacific Center for Human Growth, supporting BAS students in the LGBTQIQ community. Click the image to download a PDF.
• 1st and 3rd Thursdays • 4:00-5:15pm • Room 110

SEEDS Community Resolution Center is offering trainings on the BAS campus, inlcuding Mediation & Conflict Resolution. Visit the SEEDS page for further info.

Think you Know Your Computer? Or Microsoft Word? Take a test to find out!
Visit the Computer classes page. Just under the title area, you'll find download links for a .doc or a .PDF to test your knowledge.

Want to teach a Community Education class at BAS?
Visit the Teacher Resources page for information on how to apply. The deadline has passed for the Fall 2014 classes. However, you can submit an application for a future term.
Bread Project Goodies
When classes are in session, the goodies keep coming, and keep getting better. The Bread Project trains students in baking, and bake they do! Scones, cookies, cakes, turnovers, daily lunch specials, tea, coffee, and other drinks are available a good prices that benefit the project.
The Bakery Cafe in the Multipurpose Room (when classes are in session)
• Daytime: Mon-Fri, 9:00am-3:30pm
• Evening: Mon-Thu, 5:00-8:30pm

Your personal information is important!
Take a look at the policy page to see how Berkeley Adult School handles your personal information. While you're there, check out our other policies as well, including refunds, class fees, complaint procedures, and more.

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Updated August 18, 2014

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