The main purpose of Washington Township Community and Continuing Education is to provide education, career training, and special interest classes to build the skill set, health, and wellness of the surrounding adult community.
Our goal is to expand the economic interest of all adults by creating and reinforcing a strong academic foundation leading to training and post-secondary opportunities. Classes are structured to fit adult schedules and responsibilities by providing options for different times, days, locations, and distance learning to move more quickly through the curricula.
Washington Township Community and Continuing Education programs strive to provide a supportive and inclusive environment by respecting the integrity, dignity, and basic human rights of all students to learn and achieve in a safe setting.
"When people are in a tough situation, they can get out of it, but they have to want to get out."
Yolanda now works full time and plans to re-enroll in college. She would like to get a degree in human services and potentially help survivors of domestic violence
"I liked the small class size and limited distractions."
Brendan is now enrolled in the University of Northwestern in Ohio where he is pursuing his associates degree.
"Since leaving the ELL class, I have gotten a better job...my goal is to take my HSE certification and the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery"
Washington Township Adult Education’s main office is located at Northview Middle School DOOR 4.
8401 Westfield Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46240