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Adult Education

Registration is open March 29-April 1, 2021

To register, please: 


    1.  Complete this registration form: 


    2.  Take a test. An APDC staff person will contact you in March to schedule the test.

         Students must take a test to join a class.


          Testing options (Monday, March 29 - Thursday, April 1):

                - Online testing- must have a computer or tablet and internet

               - In-person testing at APDC, 1537 Alton Street, Aurora 80010


     3. Start class online April 5.



Adult Education Classes:


About Classes:

  • All classes are FREE!

  • Classes start April 5, 2021

  • Classes will be online April 4 - June 11,2021

  • Students will use Zoom and an online learning program

  • Registration is required

Please visit the links below for more information. 

Questions?  Contact us at 303.923.6320 |








About APDC's Adult Education Program:


Our mission is to assist Limited English Proficiency (LEP) adult learners to become literate in English and obtain the knowledge and skills necessary for employment and self-sufficiency. Asian Pacific Development Center’s Adult Education program serves the diverse needs of our learners and includes life-skills classes for beginning to advanced level students. Students learn the skills needed to read, write and speak in English at levels necessary to function in a job, in the family and in society. Our goal at APDC is to offer adults the opportunity to acquire academic and life skills through small, engaging classes that are taught by experienced ESL and ABE/ASE instructors both online and in person.



Classes include English as a Second Language (ESL), Adult Basic Education (ABE), Adult Secondary Education (ASE), Small Business, Paraeducator Pathways, Citizenship and Computer classes. Additional services include an ESL Tutoring Program and Career Navigation. 


APDC offers morning, afternoon and evening classes. All classes are FREE! 

Asian Pacific Development Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, or disability in admission, access to, treatment, or employment in its educational programs and activities.



For assistance with your learning, please contact Rondi Noden, Accessible Design Coordinator. 303.923.6320.