Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Summer Community Education

Online registration is being conducted now for Spring Branch ISD’s Community Education summer classes ranging from pottery and ceramics to GED preparation and youth and adult dance instruction. Online, instructor-led classes are offered by this community-based program, too.

To register online, visit the Spring Branch ISD Community Education website at this address: Summer semester begins on June 10 and classes will end Aug. 3. Some classes have separate first meeting dates. Residents should register now to reserve their class of particular interest.

In-person registration for Summer 2013 classes will be held these dates:
  • May 29-30, 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
  • June 5, 9 a.m. until 6 p.m.
  • June 6, 9 a.m. until 7 p.m.
  • June 8, 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
In-person registration will be held at the Spring Branch Education Center, 9016 Westview, Room E-106. The Community Education entrance faces the building’s northwest side behind Westview.

Registration fees are nonrefundable and cost $15 for Spring Branch residents; $20 for out-of-district residents. For more information, call the main office at 713-251-1695.

The Summer 2013 Program will include Day, Night and Saturday class offerings. Classroom-based courses will meet at the Spring Branch Education Center, 9016 Westview.

Dance programs for youth and adults may meet at separate locations, including Spring Forest Middle School’s campus and Westchester Academy for International Studies.

Please review the course listings online, or visit the center and obtain a Summer 2013 brochure. Online, Instructor-led Classes Available 24-7 Online instructor facilitated courses are currently being offered on topics ranging from Start Your Own Business to Personal Finance.

A dedicated teacher supports each course, pacing students through the lessons and answering questions. Course work in this format runs for six weeks with a two-week grace period.

This format gives students the flexibility to study at their own pace, but with the structure and support to complete a course. Online instruction is project-oriented and may include quizzes, assignments, demonstrations, discussion, links to other supplementary material, and more.

To learn more about online instruction, please visit the Instruction Center at


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