Each year Lewistown School District No. One offers a comprehensive program of educational, social, recreational and cultural opportunities for adults ages 16 and older in the Central Montana area. Course work ranges from business and computers to health, sports and fitness to landscaping, cooking, creative writing, and more. Community input is encouraged. Each year approximately one-hundred different informal classes are offered during three sessions- fall, winter and spring. Registration takes place after advertisement of classes for the three sessions and minimal fees for tuition and supplies are charged based on the costs of the class.
The Adult Education Program is supported by funds from a one mill high school levy and the remainder of the budget revenue comes from fees collected from students.
Adult Ed Course Examples...
CPR/1st Aid Courses
...and many many more…
The Winter 2018 Adult Education Schedule is available now!
From trips, art, cooking, CPR/First Aid and/or computer classes, there's something for everyone!
Registration begins Tuesday, January 16, 12:00 noon - 5:00 p.m. and continues throughout winter quarter. Registration will remain open until each class is filled. Registrations may be phoned in after that time and fees mailed in, if necessary. No registration will be accepted prior to 12:00 noon, January 16. These classes are for adults, 16 years of age and older; please inquire as some exceptions may apply.
Tuition is due at registration. Make checks payable to CMEC (Central Montana Education Center). Fees may be mailed to Central Montana Education Center, PO Box 1144, Lewistown, MT 59457. In some cases there are additional fees for supplies.
Winter Adult Education Flyer 2018