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College Transitions

Algebra 1
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Algebra 1

$29

with Timothy McKim

Calendar Jan 2, 2019

Students passing this class earn one high school credit. The course foundation is delivered via Odysseyware and may be supplemented with pre-alg units via in online learning or taught directly by the teacher as needed.

Computer and Internet and ability to come meet the teacher on a weekly basis.CASAS (assessment) math score of 240+ or willingness to remediate immediately. Rolling admissions; Self-paced.

Dates and Times can be flexible. No fee if the student is enrolled in the HiSET or diploma program. Please register by calling us instead.

College Transitions: Set Your Course for College English

Free

with Timothy McKim

Calendar Jan 14, 2019

This ongoing class is designed for students who plan to attend college within the next year or so. Focused on individual need, the content will cover the foundational skills needed to succeed in college level reading and writing. Please contact our office to register for this program. Schedule to be determined.

Requirements: High School Credential and Intake with the Director

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College Transitions: Set Your Course for College Math

Free

with Timothy McKim

Calendar Jan 7, 2019

Funded by the College Transitions Grant, this lab is designed for students who plan to attend college within the next year or so. The class will help the student with placing into a developmental math course in college and/or prepare you for a formal Algebra course. Please contact our office to register for the College Transitions Program. Flexible scheduling available.

Requirements: High School Credential; intake with the Director

Essentials of College Planning

Free

with Shelbie Ross

Calendar Jan 14, 2019

Want to start or return to college as an adult? This FREE workshop introduces adult learners to educational opportunities in general and MEOC services in particular. This interactive workshop touches on the four steps in the college process: admissions, financial aid, career options, and study skills. The admissions section reviews college options, the college search process, and the application structure. We cover in detail the fundamentals of financial aid, including the filing process and the applications. We also discuss effective transitions into college, college readiness, and study skills. This workshop is offered by Maine Educational Opportunity Center.

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