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We Want to Help You Accomplish Your Goals!

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Nevada County Adult Education Mission:
 
Nevada County Adult education will Educate, Encourage, and Empower our students to meet their individual goals. 
 
 
 
Nevada County Adult Education Student Learning Outcomes:
 
Nevada County Adult Education students will identify, take action, and persist in reaching their educational and personal goals.
 

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NCAE has 4 locations to serve our adult learners

Nevada County Adult Education Main Campus 
  • Nevada Union High School Campus - I-wing (Parking details on the tab below) 
  • Open Lab Mondays through Thursdays, 12:00 PM -3:00 PM
  • Drop-In Math Support Thursday 9:00-12:00  PM
  • English Language Learners March 2, 2022 - May 31, 2022, Tuesday and Wednesday 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
  • GED Testing typically every Wednesday and Thursday
 
 
Grass Valley (FRC) 235 S Auburn St, Grass Valley, California 95945
  • Grass Valley FRC Open Class Time Monday 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Grass Valley FRC 9-12 GED Testing 4th Tuesday of the month 9:15 AM -4:00 PM
  • Grass Valley FRC Contact: 530-273-4059
 
  • Penn Valley FRC Open Class Time Tuesday 9:00 AM -12:00 PM
  • Penn Valley FRC GED Testing 2nd Tuesday of the month 12:00 PM-3:00 PM
  • Penn Valley FRC Contact: 530-432-1118 extension 2249
 
  • San Juan Ridge FRC Open Class Time Wednesday 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
  • San Juan Ridge FRC GED Testing 3rd Tuesday of the month 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
  • San Juan Ridge FRC 530-292-3174
 

Additional Resources

Code of Conduct/Student Expectations

 
Nevada County Adult Education Code of Conduct
 
Any behavior which interferes with the teaching, learning, or administrative process will not be tolerated. Students must abide by all program policies, rules, expectations and regulations including any health and safety protocols. 
 
Students are expected to:
  • Preregister for all classes at https://adulted.njuhsd.com
  • Sign In and out of classrooms 
  • Participate actively in the learning process as expected by their instructors
  • If your class has a scheduled start time please report on time 
  • If you must leave class please do so in a quiet and courteous manner
  •  Demonstrate respect towards others at all times
  •  Refrain from condemning, criticizing or complaining about others
  • Abide by all computer usage rules without exception
Unacceptable Conduct on School Property:
  •  Physical, verbal abuse or threatening anyone.
  • Smoking/Vaping and/or use of any tobacco products is strictly prohibited.
  • Use, distribution or possession of alcoholic beverages, drugs or controlled substances.
  • Disorderly conduct which inhibits or interferes with the educational process.
  •  Irresponsible behavior including vandalism or gambling.
  •  Possession of any weapon.
  • Behavior choices which cause any disruption of the teaching, learning and/or administrative process. For example: being excessively loud in the classroom, arguing or being defiant or disrespectful to the teacher, staff or students, or interrupting the teacher while he or she is with another student.
  • Sexual harassment
Students Dress/Grooming Standards:
Clothing worn on campus must reflect good taste and a sense of modesty to enhance an atmosphere conducive to learning. 
  • Clothing and/or jewelry with anti-ethnic, sexist, or hate/violence (satanic) or neo-Nazi designs or slogans or full-dress military fatigues are not allowed. 
  • Printing or pictures depicting drugs, alcohol, or tobacco, or which display profane statements are not acceptable. 
  • To prevent distraction, modesty shall prevail in student dress. At no time shall a student’s private body parts or underclothing be exposed or seen.
  • Shoes must be worn on the school grounds at all times.
  • Any apparel, jewelry, accessories, notebook, or manner of grooming which, by virtue of its
    color, arrangement, trademark, or other attribute, denotes membership in gangs, or which advocates drug use, violence, or disruptive behavior are not allowed.
Loitering
Remaining on campus after classes are dismissed is not allowed unless it is part of a planned activity by the teacher. Students must be in class during class meeting times.
Disciplinary Actions
Failure to meet any expectations described and/or outlined will be interpreted as a desire on the student's part not to participate in the NJUHSD Adult Education Program. Students will be asked to leave campus until able to comply.  Principal may suspend, or expel the student from the program.

Covid-19 Protocols

District Calendar

District Calendar

Graduation Information

 
Clipart of graduation students throwing their caps in the air All Nevada Adult School students earning their High School Diploma, NEDP, or Equivalency Certificate (GED) may participate in our Adult Education graduation ceremony in June.   If you would like to participate, please contact the office to let us know.  530-477-1225
 
The Adult Education website will have graduation information posted as we approach the end of the school year.  Check back for details.

HiSet

HiSET
Nevada County Adult Education does not offer HiSET testing.  If you need to complete your HiSET testing series, Roseville Adult School offers the closest testing center.  Click HERE to schedule an appointment to take a HiSET test.  

Incentive Plans

We offer an incentive bonus when our students complete a pathway.  See the individual program areas for pathway completion requirements.  We are currently partnered with these companies:
 
   Prosperity Lanes Bowling               Starbucks logo           Sierra Theaters LogoGED Testing Service

Mental Health Resources

Mental Health resources nevada county
 

NJUHSD Wellness Guide

This resource has been created for social and emotional learning and support for staff, students, families, and community. Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which students and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.

NARCAN

Nevada County Adult Education is a Narcan Distribution Center for students.  NARCAN (naloxone HCI) Nasal Spray is a life-saving medication that is used for the treatment of an opioid emergency such as an overdose or a possible opioid overdose, indicated by signs of breathing problems and severe sleepiness or not being able to respond.  For more information or to receive a stand-by dose,  please talk with any of our staff and see the links below.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Parking

Nevada Union Campus Parking
You may park in the First Baptist Church parking lot across the street.  Parking passes are available at the Nevada Union Campus Administration office (room I-15).   
 
Bear River Campus Parking
You may park in any student parking space, not identified as belonging to another student.  Parking passes are available at the Nevada Union Campus  Administration office (room I15). 
 

Transcript Request

To order your HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT (from Nevada County Adult Education), complete this form
 
 
If you have any questions, please call 530-477-1225, ext. 2301.
 
To order a GED/HiSET TRANSCRIPT, please see their websites at