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Welcome to Portland Adult Education Spring 2016 Session

Interested in becoming a CNA?

Portland Adult Education offers State of Maine approved CNA courses including classroom, lab and clinical experiences. Tuition includes texts, materials and graduation fees. Admission process includes the completion of an application packet, passing the CASAS (a reading assessment), and an interview. Candidates must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or equivalency.

Please call 874-8155 to schedule an intake.

Click here for the Winter 2016 CNA flyer
Congratulations PAE Graduates
Please click here to read about some outstanding graduates from all of Portland Schools.
WGME 13 Visits PAE
News reporter Jeff Peterson from WGME 13 visited PAE  and did news clip about affordable options for education. Click here to view.
PAE Riverton Site has moved to Cathedral
All adult education offices are at our new Cathedral School location. Job Skills, Community Life and Academics programs are now located at 14 Locust St. (Located behind the Cathedral Church at the corner of Franklin and Congress St.)
We are excited to welcome Bethany Campbell, our new director!
 Campbell comes our way after stints as dean of business and community partnerships at Southern Maine Community College and Goodwill Industries' workforce development director.
“Bethany Campbell brings energy and experience that will enhance our program for adolescent and adult learners,” said Superintendent Emmanuel Caulk.
New Students
If you are new to PAE and want to take an ESOL, Math, or Language Arts class, please call 874-8155 to schedule an appointment for a new student intake session.
Check us Out on WCSH
Click below to see a short video on Portland Adult Education's new academic home.

Students thankful for new Portland Adult Education Center
Academics program enjoying their new home.
Please click here to read Rob Wood's piece to the Portland Press Herald about PAE's new home at Kavanagh School.
Portland Adult Education's New Home
We are delighted to announce that Portland Adult Education's Academic Program, which was based at the West School until July 2013, will be moving to the former Catherdral School (also known as Kavanagh) and opening its office in the new building on Monday, September 9, 2013. PAE's Job Skills program will continue to run at the Riverton Elementary School until further notice.

The main entrance to the building will be through the parking lot adjacent to the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Parking will be extremely limited. We are working on maps to adjacent streets to help guide students find parking. Due to budget constraints and a more central location, PAE will no longer have school bus service

New Address:
14 Locust St.
Portland, ME 04101
Phone: 874-8155 (same number)
Fax: 773-0151

Check out Friends of PAE on Facebook
Friends of Portland Adult Education, a non-profit organization founded in 2013, supports, strengthens, and promotes Portland Adult Education programs that serve adults striving to improve their academic skills and employment opportunities. Learn more, click here for the Friends of PAE's Facebook page.
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2015-16 School Calendar

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