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MCCSC Adult Education Indiana High School Diploma Fall Registration Now Open

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MCCSC Adult Education Indiana High School Diploma Fall Registration Now Open


Fall registration is now open at the Monroe County Community School Corporation’s Broadview Learning Center for Indiana adults seeking to obtain their Indiana High School Diploma. During the 2018-2019 school year, MCCSC Adult Education awarded over 125 adults their Indiana High School Diploma. The fall course schedule starts on August 12 and registration information can be found at or by calling 812-330-7731.


“One of the greatest offerings at Broadview is how quickly our students can obtain the Indiana High School Diploma. Many of our students complete the requirements on average in seven weeks.”- Mr. Rob Moore, MCCSC Director of Adult Education.


2019 MCCSC Adult Education


MCCSC Adult Education offers a host of adult learning opportunities at several community locations including the Broadview Learning Center, Community Crestmont, and WorkOne. All of these locations are conveniently located on the City of Bloomington bus lines. MCCSC Adult Education courses are available with morning, afternoon, and evening options in multiple locations and an online format for students experiencing scheduling difficulties with transportation or childcare.


Fall Adult Basic Education Classes - New Student Orientation Times

Tuesday, August 6…5 pm

Wednesday, August 8…12 noon

Wednesday, August 8…5 pm

Thursday, August 9…9 am

Classes start the week of August 12.

Call (812) 330-7731 to reserve a time and day.


This summer almost 50 students will begin classes in pursuit of their high school diploma with the same courses being offered to participants at the Monroe County Jail. In the third year of the program, MyCookPathway continues to allow students to further their career path within Cook while focusing on their education. Broadview recently awarded high school students diplomas from Bloomington High School North and Bloomington High School South after they completed the requirements in Broadview’s Adult High School Diploma program. Any former Indiana high school student with less than six credits to complete for graduation is eligible for this program.


During the 2018-19 school year, Broadview Learning Center offered English as a Second Language (ESL) courses to 150 students representing over 30 countries! To signup for the fall ESL courses visit


Fall English as a Second Language Courses - New Student Orientation Times

Wednesday, August 7…9:00 am

Wednesday, August 7…12:30 pm

Thursday, August 8…9:00 am

Thursday, August 8…12:30 pm

Friday, August 9…9:00 am

Friday, August 9…12:30 pm

Classes start the week of August 12.

No phone call needed; just come on any day at the time listed.


For further information contact:  Mr. Rob Moore, MCCSC Director of Adult Education – or (812)330-7731.


About the Monroe County Community School Corporation:
The Monroe County Community School Corporation (MCCSC) serves nearly 11,000 students from diverse populations in 23 schools. MCCSC is a leader in STEM and EARTH curricula, encompasses a Performing Arts Academy, International Baccalaureate schools, Dual Immersion programs, multiple Career Pathways, a Career Center, as well as numerous College Credit and Advanced Placement opportunities to prepare students for college and career readiness. Our commitment, as we educate tomorrow’s leaders, is to Engage, Empower, and Educate all students in a world-class learning environment empowering them to maximize their educational success in becoming productive, responsible global citizens.


About the Broadview Learning Center:
The Broadview Learning Center provides Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language, and High School Diploma preparation courses to adults in an area serving Monroe County and surrounding counties.


Posted 2019-05-24