Napa Valley Adult Education Consortium (NVAEC) can help you reach your academic and career goals. Through our network of participating adult schools, community colleges, and community-based organizations, we connect adults with programs and classes that teach you the skills you need to achieve your goals!
Descriptions of programs are below.
Coming soon: member and partner organizations that provide these program.
Anyone who’s an adult! An adult is defined as 18 or older. There are no district boundaries, no tuition fees for many programs and no high school diploma is needed.
No. If students do not yet have the math, literacy or English-language skills to be successful in a high school prep class, many adult ed programs offer instruction in basic skills to get students ready.
Students can get a high school diploma, general education diploma (GED), learn about jobs, learn to speak English, learn how to become a U.S. citizen, and more.
Yes! In fact, many programs are aimed at giving recent immigrants the tools to connect with the community through ESL, citizenship and job skills classes. Napa Valley Adult Education School is open to all adult learners. Documentation to work is generally required by Napa Valley College for students enrolling in its programs; please contact Napa Valley College Admissions for more information.
Adult education is being expanded geographically to accommodate needs for those who have difficulty going to Napa. Options include:
The Napa Valley Adult Education Consortium (NVAEC) is a partnership between Napa Valley Adult Education (part of the Napa Valley Unified School District), Napa Valley College, Napa County Office of Education, Calistoga Joint Unified School District, and St. Helena Unified School District. NVAEC is dedicated to assisting adults who want to improve academic skills while preparing for future education and training. NVAEC is dedicating to assisting students in overcoming academic barriers and prepare for the workforce, as well as improving opportunities for better and higher paid employment.
It depends on the program and school. Classes at Napa Valley Adult Education are free or low cost for adults 18 and older. Napa Valley College classes have registration costs and various fees, much lower than private colleges.