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Spring 2017

April 10 through June 8, 2017


Vallejo Regional Education Center (formerly Vallejo Adult School) offers a variety of academic, vocational and personal enrichment programs:

  • Adult Basic Education
  • English as a Second Language
  • Citizenship
  • High School Diploma
  • GED (High School Equivalency) preparation
  • Beginning Computers
  • Keyboarding
  • Job Skills Training (partnerships)

Register On-Site:

436 Del Sur St, Vallejo, CA 94591
(707) 556-8850  



The mission of the Vallejo Regional Education Center is to provide quality education and preparation for the diverse citizens of the greater Vallejo community so that all may actively participate in the family, the community, the workplace, and the electoral process. In an effort to promote and provide life-long learning, we offer a broad based curriculum to assist students in the development of basic skills, job preparation, personal enrichment, academic knowledge, intellectual growth and citizenship.

Serving the Vallejo Community for over 100 Years

Join Us! What are your goals?

Finish your Diploma or GED

Improve your English

Become a US Citizen

Learn Job Skills

Prepare for College

Begin a Career





Diploma or GED?

"Should I go for my diploma or a GED?" Find out the difference. 

Get Your Transcripts

To request a transcript from any Vallejo City USD high school or Vallejo's adult school, follow this link.

Get your transcripts before you meet with our counselor to help you decide between GED and Diploma or to make you plan for completing your diploma.


Childcare is available for children of students attending classes at a fee of $3.00 per child per class.

Only children 10 years old or younger are permitted.

Birth certificates and vaccination records are required on the first day of school.


Spring 2017 CLASSES

Spring Term runs April 10, 2017 through June 8, 2107

  • High School Diploma Classes
  • GED (High School Equivalency) Exam Preparation classes
  • Basic Math and English classes
  • Beginning Computer class
  • English as a Second Language (ESL) classes
  • Citizenship
  • Computer Keyboarding Classes


NEWS: Join us to finish your High School Diploma, get a GED, learn English, gain Citizenship, or develop Computer or Job Training Skills!