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      • Dear Community Members,
      • Our fall courses are open for enrollment! Click “Search Courses” to see our menu of academic and enrichment classes. Enroll on line, or give us a call for help registering. In addition to our local classes, we are collaborating with Ed2Go in order to offer you a tremendous variety of high quality learning experiences. Visit to check out those offerings!
      • We have high school completion services available in Orono, Old Town, and Hampden. We would be honored to help you reach your academic and career goals. Most of our services allow for enrollment whenever you are ready!
      • Already completed high school, but want to do more? We have a small (but mighty!) college and career access team ready to support you! Through advising, academic support, career inventories and more, we can help you find a path to rewarding employment. Maine’s college and career access services are free to Maine residents, and many of the services can be found remotely.



    • Please reach out with questions about your classes or adult education services.
      To contact the program director, please contact Rebecca Cross at or at (207) 866-4119.
      Local site coordinators can help connect you to the programming you seek:



  • RSU 22 Site Coordinator:
  • Beth Soule



  • (207) 862-6422
  • RSU 26 Site Coordinator:



  • Judy Santos
  • (207) 866-4119
  • RSU 34 Site Coordinator:
  • Sue St. Louis
  • (207) 827-3906fall

Try something new this year at one of Maine’s 80+ local adult education programs. From Fort Kent to Kittery and everywhere in between, our programs offer thousands of classes including business skills training, fun, personal enrichment, and more.

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Learning for everyone

Make 2021 the year you learn to play guitar…get your degree… change jobs…
Whatever new skill or life change you’re dreaming of, there’s a good chance your local Maine Adult Education program can help you get there!

  • Oct

    O – Book Talk book Club

    “BookTalks” Book Club – Zoom Class Deb White Join us for an evening of book talks. We will spend our evenings chatting about our favorite books based on a genre of the month. ~ October, we’ll take a look at our favorite cozy mysteries as well as share what our definition is of a cozy […]

  • Oct

    O – Acting for All – Zoom

    Acting for All (4 Weeks) The craft of acting can benefit anyone. This class will open participants’ eyes to a whole new world. Through theatre games and script study, the class will explore what happens behind the scenes – it is more than just learning lines! Theatre games are a great way to exercise the […]

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    O – Tap Dancing

    Tap Dancing:  Tap dancing is a great way to build strength and flexibility. In this fun, 6-week class, you’ll start by finding the beat of a song and moving your feet rhythmically.  You’ll get a great cardio workout while learning how to dance from an experienced instructor. Experienced or not it will be a blast! Instructor:  […]

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    H – Outdoor Hike Series

    Outdoor Hike Series Attendance of at least 2 hikes would result in a Leave No Trace certificate for completion of an awareness course. Come hike in a safe group and have fun! This series is aimed at safety during the COVID-19 pandemic as well as a goal of creating new environmental stewards in the local […]

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    O – Maine Driving Dynamics

    Maine Driving Dynamics:  This course is a 5 1/2 hour defensive driving and driver improvement program developed by the Bureau of HighwaySafety. Those completing the course will receive a three-point credit on their driving record and students may be able to receive an insurance discount from their insurer. Instructor:  State of Maine   Dates/Times: Monday, November […]

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