Continuing & Community Education
Central School District is pleased to offer a variety of classes and programs to the adults and youth of our community.
Learning is a life-long journey
and we are happy
to be part of that. We are always striving for improvement and are open to
suggestions and ideas from the community.
The Spring 2013 Program is now posted. The session will run from the end of April through mid-June. Click here to see that flyer. Please remember to look at Changes and Corrections as the year progresses for up-to-date class information including make up dates and cancellations.
To register for a class, please fill out a registration form (see list of links to the left)
and mail it in. If you have questions, please email Continuing Ed. at
The current program with descriptions and details will always be available online. If you would like to receive an email notifying you when the program has been posted, please sign up via the following link: Automatic Email List.
If you have an idea for a class that you do not see in the current program please contact the Continuing Education Office. We are always open to suggestions!
Please check out our Changes and Corrections page to see whether a class is full or has been cancelled. Just click on the link on the black column to the left.
Enrollment is open to all on a first-come, first-served basis. You do not have to be a resident of our school district to participate in this program. Non-resident fees apply.
Registration by mail is preferred and the easiest way to register. You can click on the Registration Form link to the left and then print from your home computer. Mail to: Continuing Education, 1239 Van Antwerp Rd., Niskayuna NY 12309. Registrants can also always stop by the District Office during office hours.
of our classes are intergenerational while others
are specific to youth or adult.
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