REGISTRATION & RESOURCES

REGISTER ONLINE


How to Register:
We offer both online registration with a credit card and in person registration in our office by cash or check.  Special registration procedures which includes orientation and testing are required for ESL, High School Diploma, and CTE classes.  Individual class and program requirements are listed online where applicable.

Community Interest/Fee-Based Classes:

Registration fees are due at the time of registration.  Only registered and paid students are allowed to attend classes.  Students may pay a $15 trial fee for the first class which will be applied to the full cost of the class if the student decides to continue.  Students may register for classes after the class has started , but fees are not prorated.

Refund Policy:
There are no full refunds for classes once fees have been paid.  A 50% refund will apply if the student drops the class and informs our office before the second class meeting.  Students who are unsure if they want to fully enroll in a class should register for a trial class for $15.  Some classes will fill to capacity prior to the class start date.  

Admission Requirements:
Registration and participation in adult classes is limited to those 18 and over ONLY.  Students under 18 who wish to enroll in an adult class must do so with a parent or guardian who will attend all classes with them.  Appropriate behavior and maturity is expected during all classes.   Concurrent students who need credit for high school graduation must schedule an appointment with their school counselor.

Other Information

First Class:
Only students who have either paid in full or registered for a trial class may attend the first class.

Textbooks:
Please attend the first class to receive textbook and materials information. Textbooks for some foreign language classes are available for purchase online and pick up in the office.

Class Cancellation:
Courses that do not meet enrollment minimums may be canceled after the first class.  Registered students will be notified and their fees refunded for any canceled course.  In some cases, the course duration may be shortened with agreement from teachers and students, but there are no refunds for shortened courses.

Class Locations:
Class locations are listed on the registration website under each course and are subject to change.  If a class must be moved to a new location, registered students will be informed via the email address provided at registration.

Civil Rights Compliance:
All educational and vocational opportunities are offered without regard to age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, race, ancestry, national origin, religion, color or mental or physical disability. A lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in educational and vocational programs.

Uniform Complaint Procedures:
It is the intention of the Board of Education that every member of the community shall have the right for prompt and orderly redress of a grievance relating to an alleged violation of federal and state laws or regulations of education programs. Therefore, pursuant to California Code Regulation, Title 5, Section 4600, the District has developed necessary procedures to process a complaint regarding educational services provided by the adult school. A copy of the uniform complaint policy is available at each site where adult education is offered. A complaint should be addressed first to the adult school principal and may necessitate involvement of the district complaint officer, who can be reached at (530) 757-5300, extension 116.

Feedback:
We are interested in your feedback. Please fill out our online course evaluation at this Google Forms link.
If you have a marketable talent and an aptitude for teaching please send us a course proposal, also available on our website. A teaching credential is not required to teach fee-based courses.  Proposals for new courses should be sent to das@djusd.net. 


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