Lifelong learning for everyone is at the core of St. Michael-Albertville Community Education’s mission. Adults of all ages will find opportunities in an extensive array of educational and enrichment offerings. From classes in computers and cooking to fitness and health, you will no doubt find something to peak your interests or hobbies. For those who are looking to obtain their GED or learn English as a second language, we also offer an Adult Basic Education program. Classes and events are published online and in our catalog mailed out to all district residents three times a year. For more information or to register for classes, visit the STMA Community Education website at

Congratulations . . .    

Pam Dane    

Recipient of the Adult Basic Education (ABE) Leadership Award, 2016. Presented by Literacy Action Network, Thursday, August 18. Pam is an ABE/ESL instructor for WEST ABE in Monticello, Big Lake and St. Michael.

The WEST ABE Fall class schedule available at or 763-272-2040.

ABE (Adult Basic Education): is a free program to help adults age 17 years or older (who are not enrolled in High School) develop basic skills; such as Reading, Writing, Math and English. Click HERE to find more information about classes and locations through West ABE.

GED (General Education Development): Classes are free. Please contact Community Education Office at 763-497-6550 for more information.

ESL (English as a Second Language): Morning and Evening Classes are available for individuals whose first language is not English. Classes are free. Please contact Community Education Office at 763-497-6550.