Filter by Category
Dance: Learn Line Dancing!
with Sheri Kean
As the name describes, dancers stand in a line(s), side by side, for this style of dance. Types of music will include: Pop, Swing, Rock n’ Roll, Disco, Latin, Blues, Jazz, and a little Country. It’s fun and is sure to make you smile! Dance experience and partner are not necessary. Dance shoes or shoes with suede bottoms are strongly suggested.
DROP-INS Welcome: $10 per class. Please register when you come to class.
Driver's Ed Winter
with Dan King
Driver’s Edge Driving School offers Driver Education at MDIHS. Students must be at least 15 years old by the date of the first class. Registrations forms can be found at the MDIHS main office or contact the Adult Ed office or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a downloadable copy. You cannot register for this class online. A deposit of $100 must be returned with the registration form to hold the space. Checks should be made to “Driver’s Edge Driving School” and then returned to MDIHS Main Office. An email will be sent to out 7-10 days before the first class with more details.
Option: Please call Driver's Edge directly at 941-9494 to pay by credit card.
NOTE: This class will meet Feb. 10, 11, 12, 24, 25, 26 and March 2, 3, 4, and 9. There will be no classes the week fo Feb, 17th.
Adult Education Diploma
with Timothy McKim
Need only a few credits to complete your high school diploma? Through an online learning program as well as face-to-face tutoring, you can work at your own pace through step-by-step lessons while working with a teacher on a weekly basis to earn those lingering credits. Special focus and attention will be on your college and career interests. We even have a survey course you can take to explore a career option!
Rolling admissions. Call for an intake appointment anytime.
Please call our office for your first informational appointment. 288-4703.
Diploma Completion: HiSET
with Timothy McKim
If you didn't finish high school, you know that your job choices can be limited. Even with talent and drive, the lack of a high school diploma can limit your opportunities. Increase your lifelong earnings by earning your high school credential.
The HiSET® exam has replaced the GED as Maine’s High School equivalency assessment. If you are an adult without a high school diploma, the HiSET® could be your route to improved career prospects, a college education, and increased earnings potential. To earn a HiSET® credential, you are required to successfully pass five exams in the areas of Reading, Writing, Math, Social Studies, and Science. HiSET®exam preparation and testing are free to Maine residents.
Please call our office for your first informational appointment. 288-4703. Rolling admissions, year round.
What Career is Best for Me?
with Anne Patterson
If you are 18 or 80, you could still be asking this question. Take the World of Work Inventory (WOWI). It is an intensive online assessment split into three components. Address your likes and dislikes, your abilities, your work styles, plus your potential to learn new skills as well as adapt. Take the assessment at home or in our office. A report will be generated that aligns job sectors and careers to your current statues, as well as suggestion for further education that would lead to other career opportunities. Meet with the adult ed director to review the report and assist you with your next steps.
This program is free for current adult education diploma and college transition students.