The Downey Adult School is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students. In order for an adult school class to qualify for state funding, attendance at the first class meeting is imperative. State funded classes must have a minimum of 21 students enrolled in order for the class to be held. Regular attendance is also important. State funded classes which average below 18 may be discontinued. Being prompt and attending the entire session will enable you to receive full credit for the course. Please use sign-in sheets when you arrive and leave. Any student who has more than three consecutive absences may be dropped. High school diploma students must attend a minimum of 85% of the scheduled class hours in order to be eligible for credit in a class.
Our students choose DAS Career and Education Center because of our convenient location, high quality instructors, current and relevant training programs, low cost high quality education, excellent equipment and facilities
The Downey Adult School Career and Education Center, an institution of higher education, provides high-quality, relevant, and accessible programs for adults in a variety of areas, including English as a Second Language (ESL), High School Diploma (HSD), General Education Development (GED), and Career Technical Education (CTE), resulting in personal enrichment and/or gainful employment.