BIG ANNOUNCEMENT:REGISTRATION FOR FALL CLASSES BEGINS TUESDAY, AUGUST 29THREGISTRATION HOURS: Monday through Thursday 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Like us on Facebook!! Adult Evening SchoolFREE!! FREE!!Norristown Adult Evening SchoolWhere: Norristown Area High School1900 Eagle Drive[Off Whitehall Rd. in West Norriton]When: Monday and Wednesday 6:00 – 9:00 PMorTuesday and Thursday 6:00 – 9:00 PMWhat: Free Classes !!!⦁ High School Equivalency: Prep for GED or Hi-SET exams⦁ Adult Basic Education: English and Math – all levels⦁ English Language Acquisition (ESL) – all levelsFor more information: Call (610) 630-5066 option 6Email: email@example.comThe Norristown Adult Evening School is a grant funded, Title II adult education agency through the Pennsylvania Department of Education. The Norristown Adult Evening School is operated through the Norristown Area School District.
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La Escuela Nocturna para Adultos del Área de Norristown es un programa de educación pública sin fines de lucro diseñado para servir a adultos en la comunidad, y sus alrededores. La Escuela Nocturna para Adultos es llevada a cabo en la Escuela Preparatoria del Área de Norristown, 1900 Eagle Drive, Norristown, Pennsylvania.
Los cursos gratis ofrecidos incluyen:
· HSE Matemáticas
· HSE Artes de Lenguaje
· Clases Básicas de Ingles para Adultos
· Clases Básicas de Matemáticas para Adultos
· Clases de Inglés como Segundo Idioma (ESL), Niveles I, II, y III.
Los adultos mayores de 18 años son bienvenidos para inscribirse. Las clases son llevadas a cabo de lunes a jueves de 6 p.m. a 9 p.m.
Estamos aquí para servirle. Si tiene alguna pregunta por favor llame o escriba un correo electrónico usando la dirección electrónica a continuación. Todos los mensajes de voz serán respondidos tan pronto sea posible durante las horas de oficina.
Por favor contacte la escuela nocturna en:610) 630-5066 option 6
¡Muchas gracias! ¡Esperamos dar la bienvenida a nuestros nuevos estudiantes!
Personal de la Escuela Nocturna para Adultos de Norristown.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Free websites available to adult learners:100 Best Websites for Free Adult Education
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These sites are all about building professional skill sets to help you perform better on the job.
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