BPACE has received Programs of Excellence Awards
from the California Department of Education in Four
Each year, the California Department of Education
(CDE) Identifies Adult Education Programs of Excellence.
Programs that earn the designation of Programs
of Excellence are characterized by the outstanding
services they provide to adult learners--services
that are both innovative and exemplary. In reviewing
the practices, processes, and structures of Programs
of Excellence, other adult education agencies may find ideas that can be incorporated into their own programs BPACE holds current awards for:
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BPACE will admit any student who is 18 years of age or older and not attending high school. Students 18 and under, who are presently attending high school, must see a counselor prior to enrollment and have a referral from their high school counselor.
BPACE admits students on a space available and first come, first served basis. All CTE courses have prerequisites or assessment testing requirements. Students must meet course pre-requisites and complete all required enrollment procedures before being admitted to class. This will ensure successful completion of the course of study.
BPACE meets the needs of the community by providing classes and support services that prepare students to meet their personal, career and college goals."