About Roseville Adult Learning Center
Update: Roseville Adult Learning Center-2020-2021 School Year- We will be open and online!
Hello- the Roseville Adult Learning Center will be starting our 2020-2021 School Year on Monday, September 14th. Our classes will be taking place online (distance learning) this year. If you are a current student, and have not registered yet for fall, please click here to email Teacher Betsy (firstname.lastname@example.org) and be placed or call our at 651-604-3550.
If you are someone looking to join our program, please click here to access our registration survey. Once you have filled it out, you will be contacted by a member of our office and receive all the necessary information.
Have a great day and be well!
Roseville Adult Learning Center team
Distance Learning Workshop
Are you having trouble with distance learning or technology in general. The Roseville Adult Learning Center is hosting free classes to help adult learners improve their skills and be more successful with distance learning. If you would like more information then click here for our flyer.
If you would like to register, then please click here
It's Never Too Late To Start
We’re here for you. No fees. Enroll at anytime.
The Roseville Adult Learning Center is for adults who want to succeed in learning. Our licensed teachers will work with you one-on-one, in small groups and in classroom settings. Daytime and evening classes are available.
There is no charge for our classes, and you can enroll at any time. Our staff can answer your questions and help you find the program that is right for you. Click here to view class times and what we are offering.
To register, complete this online Registration form. Once you have filled it out, you will be contacted by a member of our office and receive all the necessary information.
We are located at:
Fairview Community Center, Room 207
1910 County Road B West
Roseville, MN 55113
For more information, please call 651-604-3553.
Adult Basic Education: Adult Diploma, GED Preparation and Review
Adult Basic Education, or ABE, is a group of individualized programs designed to help adult learners complete a high school diploma, pass the GED, review for college entrance and improve reading, writing, and math skills.
Diploma students meet the same eligibility requirements as high school diploma graduates. You must be 17 years of age or older and no longer in a traditional high school program. To take the GED tests you must be 19 years old or meet specific conditions for an age waiver.
Class times are:
ABE Diploma: Tuesday
3:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
GED Prep: Tuesday- meet with a licensed ABE teacher to develop skills and strategies to be successful on the GED tests.
3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
English Learner (EL) is a program for adults seeking to improve their English language communication skills. Students work together in classroom settings. English classes are offered at many different levels. The curriculum focuses on helping learners successfully navigate systems of public schools, city, county and state governments, colleges and work culture.
An Adult Diploma program is built into the upper levels of our EL program. Once students achieve a reading level appropriate for studying high school topics, they can join these classes. Students will gain the academic skills to complete a high school diploma, prepare for college or post-secondary training and the world of work. We also offer periodic citizenship classes.
You must be 17 years or older and not attending a public high school to enroll in our EL program.
Class times are:
Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Credit Recovery (high school students)
This program is designed to help learners who have not passed one or more credits needed to graduate. Dual enrollment is an option for any student, who maintains full-time enrollment at their high school. Students must be referred to the Dual Enrollment Program by their high school counselor. Counselors please click here to fill out a referral form.
Class times are:
Tuesday and Thursday, 2:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. at Roseville Area High School
Wednesday, 3:00 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. at Fairview Community Center, room 209
Distance Learning/Basic Skills
Students who want to work on skills outside of the regular classroom hours are encouraged to add distance learning to their schedule. You can work on reading, math, and grammar skills. You can learn basic computer skills as well. See the registrar in Room 207 to sign up for distance learning!
Some online resources you might learn about are:
- Moby Max
- Typing Club
- Khan Academy
- North Star Computer Skills
To get started, call us at 651-604-3553 or email us at email@example.com.
At the Roseville Adult Learning Center we work with English Learners (EL) with a variety of proficiency levels. We are looking for patient, flexible, self-motived adults who are willing to commit time and energy to our EL team to help students reach their goals. Volunteers need to be able to work with adults with limited English proficiency and willing to commit to a regular schedule. Please see here for information on volunteer opportunities.