The following Academic courses are designed to assist you in expanding your educational opportunities and enhance your community involvement. These courses are open entry/open exit and are subject to program eligibility requirements and space availability.
Language of Instruction
The William M. Maguy School of Education offers its High School Equivalency (HSE) program in both English and Spanish. HSE Instructors are bilingual and sufficiently qualified to teach the HSE subjects. HSE classes are equipped with English and Spanish textbooks and other supplemental materials so that students are able to receive quality instruction in the language of their choice. Please note that the requirement for this class is the HSE Practice Tests conducted by the instructor or case manager. The English as a Second Language and ESL/Citizenship programs are instructed in English and the textbooks and instructional materials are in English.

HSE – 503  HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY
Locations: Cutler, Hanford, Porterville, Lindsay, Dinuba CA
Daily Schedule: Varies, contact the administrative office
Prerequisites: Must pass the pre-assessment tests. Must take CASAS 130 Assessment 
Description: HSE Preparation classes are offered to students who were unable to finish high school and are seeking an alternative to a high school diploma. Classroom curriculum revolves around four content areas (Reasoning through Language Arts (Writing and Reading), Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies) in which all students will be tested to receive a high school equivalency credential. After classroom instruction is completed, students will be referred to a local HSE testing center to take the official GED or HiSET exam.

The following Academic courses are designed to assist you in expanding your educational opportunities and enhance your community involvement. These courses are open entry/open exit and are subject to program eligibility requirements and space availability.
Language of Instruction
The William M. Maguy School of Education offers its High School Equivalency (HSE) program in both English and Spanish. HSE Instructors are bilingual and sufficiently qualified to teach the HSE subjects. HSE classes are equipped with English and Spanish textbooks and other supplemental materials so that students are able to receive quality instruction in the language of their choice. Please note that the requirement for this class is the HSE Practice Tests conducted by the instructor or case manager. The English as a Second Language and ESL/Citizenship programs are instructed in English and the textbooks and instructional materials are in English

 

ABE – 502   ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
Locations: Hanford, Porterville, Dinuba, Lindsay CA
Daily Schedule: Varies, contact the Education administrative office
Prerequisites: Score 235 and below on the CASAS 130 Reading and Math Appraisal
Assessment

Description: ABE classes are intended for those preparing to enter the HSE course and/or are
seeking higher literacy in the areas of basic math, English, writing, vocabulary and reading.
Instructional activities focus on the acquisition of basic literacy, work readiness and the lifelong
skills necessary to function in work, school or other situations. Classroom activities encourage
students to apply critical thinking skills in a variety of situations.

The following Academic courses are designed to assist you in expanding your educational
opportunities and enhance your community involvement. These courses are open entry/open
exit and are subject to program eligibility requirements and space availability.
Language of Instruction
The William M. Maguy School of Education offers its High School Equivalency (HSE) program
in both English and Spanish. HSE Instructors are bilingual and sufficiently qualified to teach
the HSE subjects. HSE classes are equipped with English and Spanish textbooks and other
supplemental materials so that students are able to receive quality instruction in the language
of their choice. Please note that the requirement for this class is the HSE Practice Tests
conducted by the instructor or case manager. The English as a Second Language and
ESL/Citizenship programs are instructed in English and the textbooks and instructional
materials are in English.


ESL/CIT – 501   ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE/CITIZENSHIP
Locations: Hanford, Porterville, Richgrove, Dinuba CA
Daily Schedule: Varies, contact the Education administrative office
Prerequisites: High School Diploma or Equivalent or must take an approved Ability to
Benefit test.

Description: ESL/Citizenship classes are designed to help adults that are non-native speakers
of the English language acquire the skills needed to use accurate and appropriate English
language in social, community, academic, and work-related settings and/or prepare students
for the U.S. Citizenship test and oral interview. Classroom curriculum includes topics and
activities such as U.S. government, history, role-plays, participation in small and large group
activities, the use of technology, and oral interviews

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