Center for Learning (C4L) Academy is a private, accredited, and registered provider of adult education leading to a high school diploma. Our curriculum is designed to fit any individual's schedule and lifestyle. Our adult high school program is uniquely positioned to help adult learners earn their high school diploma while concurrently enrolled in a vocational training program.
In addition to the vocational postsecondary schools programs, C4L Academy provides ongoing coaching, support, and live instruction to ensure student success. C4L Academy is eligible to provide high school course work to students enrolled in Ability to Benefit (ATB) programs that offer Eligible Career Pathway (ECPP) programs. Students who are enrolled in the postsecondary ATB program offered at their institution may be eligible to participate in this adult education program to complete their high school requirements.
C4L Academy Adult High School is committed to the optimum development of each learner and to the belief that all students can and want to learn. We believe students nurtured in a warm and supportive environment develop responsibility for their own behavior and a concern for others. In a climate of inquiry and excitement all students acquire basic skills and develop their own special capabilities. Such a program requires an educational system that is adaptive and uniquely responsive to the students and communities served. C4L Academy's primary focus is to instill a sense of self-reliance, self-confidence, and self-esteem in each student.
Earning a high school diploma while enrolled in a career school.
Self paced curriculum with the ability to access from anywhere.
Functional and practical curriculum geared towards adult learners.
Live instruction, animated, course materials, and study skills training.
Lead and empower the education community to ensure that all learners realize their full potential.
Accreditation is a voluntary method of quality assurance developed more than 100 years ago by American universities and secondary schools and designed primarily to distinguish schools adhering to a set of educational standards. Today, the accreditation process is used at all levels of education and is recognized for its ability to effectively drive student performance and continuous improvement in education.