Registration open for Roslyn adult ed courses

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During the 2016-17 school year, students in Roslyn High School’s Art Club created a mural for adult education on the wall opposite our classrooms on the lower level of the school. (Photo courtesy of Roslyn school district)

Registration is now open for residents of the Roslyn, Herricks, and East Williston school districts for the fall semester of Roslyn adult education.

Many courses begin the week of Oct. 2. Adult education has more than 75 offerings in creative arts, exercise and dance, computers, humanities, languages, lifestyles, cultural trips and more, including many new day and evening offerings for fall 2017.

The catalogue will be delivered through the U.S. Post Office and is also available online. Click on Community, then on Adult Education. On the website, you will also find a printable registration form.

We continue to welcome residents of the East Williston School District and Herricks School District to our adult education family. Residents of all three districts pay the resident rate for course offerings and trips, and are eligible for senior citizen discounts, as well.

Classes are held at both the Roslyn Adult Education Center and the Herricks Community Center. Space is limited in some courses. Registration forms can be sent via mail or fax but will not be taken over the phone. In-person registration is weekdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A $5 registration fee is included.

The office of Roslyn Adult Education is in Roslyn High School, on the main floor near the Counseling Center. For information, call 801-5091 or visit us online at and click on Community and then on Adult Education.

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