Fontana Adult School Offers Hope Through Education

Their programs provide students with a way to go back to school to receive a high school diploma or help adults learn how to read better

January 8, 2019

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By Steven John

The Fontana Adult School offers transitional education to adults and students between high school and college. Through education they give students hope of a better life.

Their programs provide students with a way to go back to school to receive a high school diploma or help adults learn how to read better.

The biggest program is their ESL (English Second Language) program that helps students learn English. They also offer a GED (General Education Diploma) program for students that were not able to graduate from high school. This program allows them to get the education needed to pass the high school equivalency test, receive a high school diploma, and work toward better job opportunities.

Dr. Ruzanna Hernandez, assistant principal at the Fontana Adult School, talks about the people they have helped and the programs they offer.

Listen to the interview in this segment of Eye on the Community.