"Quality of Life" is the key to Adult Enrichment. With an emphasis on being energetic and fresh, the Adult Enrichment program gives participants a chance to sample activities that kindle an interest in a new hobby, refine skills, socialize, and pursue interests in an enjoyable setting. The program offers over 200 classes each quarter based on community needs. From arts and crafts classes to courses on starting a business to fitness classes to professional computer instruction, Adult Enrichment has something for everyone! For more information, e-mail Donna Andersen or call 651-604-3770.
Download this PDF version for help registering online.
Print your personal copy of the Community Education Brochure
- Fall: 3rd week of August
- Winter: 1st week of December
- Spring: 1st week of March
Share your talent and skills with the Roseville community! We are always looking for new, innovative and fun classes. Download this MS Word document (or this PDF version) an adult enrichment course proposal form, fill it out, mail it to us at the address provided, and we will contact you. For more information on becoming an enrichment instructor, e-mail Cyndi Arneson .
Adult Learning Center
The Alternative Learning Center (more information) provides individuals who are 16 years of age or older the opportunity to earn a high school diploma, prepare for the GED tests, improve basic skills, improve English language skills, or review for college entry. Additional support services, include computer skill development, child care, information and referral. Students presently in high school but in danger of not graduating on time can attend evening classes to make up credits. Approximately 750 students are enrolled in Adult Learning Center programs annually. Call 651-604-3553 for more information regarding
- Adult Basic Education,
- English as a Second Language,
- Academic Review,
- Dual Enrollment.
- GED and
- Internet Based Online Learning.
The Aquatics program provides instructional and recreational opportunities to the community using standards set forth by the American Red Cross. Courses are offered year-round for people ages 9 months to 118 years. Opportunities include swimming lessons for tots, preschool, youth, and adults, lap swim and open swim. Quarterly flyers are distributed through youngest and only students at the elementary schools and are also available in the Community Education Brochure. For more information e-mail Donna Andersen or call 651-604-3770.
Adults With Disabilities
are encouraged to participate in general classes and activities listed in our Community Education Brochure. We will make reasonable accommodations based upon individuals needs. For more information regarding accommodations, accessibility of our facilities or alternate format publications, call 651-604-3520 or 651-604-3577 for TTY.
All District 623 facilities are handicapped accessible.
Community Education offers activities and services for people 16 years and older who have cognitive disabilities. Activities are offered through the Community Bridge, a consortium of five area school districts. To receive a brochure listing dozens of these offerings, call 651-773-8604 V/TTY.