Adult Education

Adult education
  • Fall 2019 Community Education Courses

    Community Education is offering adult and youth enrichment courses this fall! The BCCS Community Education department strives to help support life-long learning and access to tools to create a thriving community.

    Programs available include:

    • Strength and Fitness Classes with a personal trainer (FREE!)
    • Auto Maintenance 101
    • Spanish for Travelers

    Classes begin the first week of October. Many classes are free but registration is required for all courses on our Eleyo website. Click here to visit our Eleyo website to explore all classes and to register. Click here to learn more about getting started with Eleyo.

    Register now to continue your life-long learning journey!

    Adult Basic Education (ABE)

    Provided in partnership with Metro North at two Brooklyn Center locations

    Free classes for adults! Day and evening class times available. Contact ABE for information at
    763-706-3833 or info@metronorthabe.org

    Community Corner

    1500 69th Avenue N., Brooklyn Center, 55430, 763-503-8980 

    Adult Basic Education Classes 
    Wednesday Evenings- Call for more information - 763-706-3833

    REGISTRATION intake is on MONDAYS
     

    Register for Classes
    Visit the Community Corner to complete registration. Please arrive on time and plan to stay for two hours. Attend intake prior to attending class. Click here to learn more about the Community Corner. 

    Lutheran Church of the Master

    1200 69th Avenue N., Brooklyn Center, 55430 *Southeast end of the church building

     

    Adult English Classes

    Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  Level 1,2,3
    Tuesday and Thursday 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Level 1,2,3

    GED Prep/College Prep

    Tues, Thurs / 5:30pm - 8:30pm 

    REGISTRATION intake is on TUESDAYS
    Daytime Classes: 9 a.m.
    Evening Classes: 5:30 p.m.

    Register for Classes
    Visit the
    Lutheran Church of the Master to complete registration. Please arrive on time and plan to stay for two hours. Attend intake prior to attending class.