Spring 2013Download the Spring catalog below left or browse through the website
Register now for late Spring classes: April 8 to June 14
Last Saturday class coming up June 1st!
Saturday One-Day Workshops: June 1
• Classes include Acupressure/Neck-Shoulder Release, Business Math, Intro to Dreamweaver, Intro to InDesign, CPR, and First Aid. Or take your GED exam, or go to Traffic School to get rid of that ticket on your record. Visit the Saturday page for details.
• Remember: All Saturday classes need registration completed by 8:00pm the Wednesday before or they risk cancellation. Please use the Curtis Street parking lot on Saturdays. The office is not open on Saturdays. You cannot register on Saturdays.
ANNOUNCEMENT: CNA Program Orientation Date Has Been Set for May 22
If you are interested in the Certified Nurse Assistant program starting in September, you must attend the May 22nd orientation session. Details here.
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 Bridge to College
Are you an ESL student and thinking about college? Our new ESL Bridge to College class will help with language and communication skills. Learn how to apply to college, and visit a campus. April 8 to June 14, Monday to Friday mornings. $25 fee. Download a flyer for details.
ESL and High School/GED Students: Please note there is a special process
• 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.
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 Fall 2013 classes. However, you can submit an application for Spring 2014.
Congratulations to our June 2012 graduates!
Graduates of BAS's high school diploma program tell their success stories in this YouTube video, expressing how much they enjoyed the experience.
NEWS: Berkeley Unified School District Offices Have Moved
For details on what is where, visit the Contact page. All district phone numbers and emails remain the same. Note the Adult School location hasn't changed. We're still here!
Bread Project Goodies
When classes are in session, the goodies keep coming, and keep getting better. The Bread Project trains people in baking, and bake they do! Scones, cookies, cakes, turnovers, fruit salads, sandwiches, coffee...with good prices that benefit the project.
Bread Project Cafe Hours (when classes are in session)
• Monday-Thursday, 8:30am-3:30pm, and 6:00-8:30pm
• Friday, 8:30am-3:30pm only
Need a Transcript of your Work at BAS?
Download the form by clicking the PDF to the left. For complete information on what to include in your request, visit the transcript info page.
BAS Continues to be Fully Accredited
More information on the WASC page.
The Search for a BUSD Superintendent Continues
In an email from the BUSD School Board: "The outreach process has just concluded... The search consultants have received over 400 responses to a survey....and also held 26 meetings with community stakeholders and three community forums, including one in Spanish. All input will be analyzed and reviewed by the search firm and the Board." For the latest details on the search, visit BUSD's web page at http://www.berkeleyschools.net/superintendent-search-2013/
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.