Kristine Ward, Director
Cheryl Sweet, Secretary
East Aurora Schools Community Education has released the Summer term catalog, with thirteen courses offered in the district in the July 1 – September 30, as well as hundreds of online courses.
You’re sure to find something you like in our fitness schedule—Ellen Pfeil leads the popular Stronger Bodies/Stronger Bones at 300 Gleed Street (Aurora Town Hall building), encouraging students of any age or fitness level to work out with weights for stronger muscles and bones for increased flexibility and wellbeing. Jane Schmitt offers yoga—something for every ability level, from beginner to experienced, or fitness students may take one or more weekly sessions of Step Aerobics/Circuit Training with Lynne Allen and Kimberly McAtee.
Adult drivers can register for Defensive Driving with Point/Insurance Reduction in a September session. High school students may register for in-car Driver Education, and also choose among affordable sessions of SAT and ACT preparation classes with James Scandale (choose 4-hour or 9-hour sessions), as well as an intensive math review for SAT/ACT prep and Writing the College Application Essay.
Classes are open to adults 21 and older, with some available to high school students, as noted in descriptions. In addition, the District offers senior citizen discounts (District residents 62 or older) in many of the courses offered; see individual courses for details.
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The Board of Education is committed to the District goal of continuous learning throughout life. The Community Continuing Education (adult education) Program ensures the availability of learning opportunities for people of all ages in diverse settings and at a variety of times.
In three trimesters throughout the year, we offer continuous programs including academic offerings, driver training, fitness programs, self-improvement, art and music, business and related technology.
Other Community Education learning activities are provided through a cooperative relationship with outside agencies or individual volunteers, including ed2go online courses and partnerships with nearby school districts.
Our classes are self-supporting, with easy registration online, in person or by mail. We welcome the public to submit ideas and course proposals at any time, using the link in the left column.