RSU 73 Spruce Mountain Adult
And Community Education
13 Community Drive
Jay, ME 04239
College Courses Offered – Enroll Now!
The RSU 73 SPRUCE MOUNTAIN Adult and Community Education Program is pleased to announce that two Central Maine Community College (CMCC) classes will be offered locally in Jay and Livermore Falls in the spring of 2013. Beginning January 17, and running for 15 weeks, US History since 1865 will be offered at Spruce Mountain North Campus from 5:30 pm to 8:25 pm. College Writing will be offered from 6 pm to 8:55 pm at Spruce Mountain South Campus also beginning on Thursday, January 17 and running for 15 weeks. Classes are open to both high school juniors and seniors and residents of this community; tuition assistance is available to all qualified RSU 73 high school students. High school students who are interested in getting a head start on their college degree should contact their guidance counselor. Adult community members can also call Spruce Mountain Adult Education at 897-6384 to request assistance. All interested students and adults are invited to join us for a CMCC Information and Registration night on December 6th from 5 pm – 7 pm at Spruce Mountain Adult & Community Education, 13 Community Drive, Jay, Maine.
An ACCUPLACER assessment is required prior to enrollment. Franklin County CMCC student Services Representative Randy Berry will be administering this college test at both Spruce Mountain High Schools in the near future. For more information about this program or to register, please contact Randy at 207-740-0112 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the CMCC website at WWW.CMCC.edu.
The Franklin County Community College Network, (FCCCN) which includes the schools of Spruce Mountain, Mt. Blue, Mt. Abram, Rangeley Lake, and also Franklin Memorial Hospital, provided assistance in bringing college courses to RSU73. The FCCCN is a networked approach to higher education – an approach that is both affordable and accessible. With multiple sites offering classes and with a variety of course offerings, accessing higher education opportunities for Franklin County residents is now a reality. Since the fall of 2005, The FCCCN has been offering college classes and providing a pathway to the future, promoting higher educational opportunities to residents of Greater Franklin County.
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