Continuing Education Program
Albany High School
700 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12203
people to become lifelong learners, the City School District of Albany
offers the community a variety of continuing education courses taught at
Albany High School on Wednesday and Thursday evenings in the
fall, winter and spring.
The fall session begins Sept. 30, with a wide
variety of programs to meet many interests.
for a flyer listing the fall course offerings.
register for continuing education classes?
Any person over the age of 18 is eligible to attend classes.
Registration must be done in person at Albany High School, 700
for classes is required at registration. Cash and check payments are
acceptable. For more
information, please contact Susan Rocco at 475-6363.
Are you interested in teaching a continuing
We are always looking for new class ideas. If you have an idea for a
class you would like to teach, please contact the Adult Continuing Education Program at 475-6363.
Classes are offered on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Fall classes
run from September to December, winter classes run from December to
March, and spring classes run from March to June.
Individual course prices are listed with course descriptions since
prices typically vary. Refunds will be made only when a class has been
canceled due to insufficient registration. Sorry, no refunds are made
after the meeting of the first class.
Senior citizens (age 60 and above) will receive a 10
percent discount on all
The classes listed can be given only if a sufficient number of adults
sign up for a specific class. You may want to encourage others to
register for the same course.
At the time
of registration, the staff is willing to note other choices should your
registered class be canceled. At least 12 people should register for a
course before it can be guaranteed. Exceptions to this rule my be made
at the discretion of the program's coordinator.
Room locations will be posted in the high school entrance on the first
night of class.
Where courses require special supplies, text, or materials students must
supply or purchase them. Instructors may in some cases make purchases
for students if students so desire.
If day classes are canceled because of weather or other reasons, the
evening classes also will be canceled. School cancellations are
broadcast on local TV and radio stations.
Continuing education participants are required to abide by the
regulations governing the school buildings. Smoking is prohibited in the
building and on school grounds. The district is not responsible for any
injuries incurred during the activities through the continuing education
program. Any ensuing expenses will be borne by the participant.