Napa Valley College's Community Education is offered throughout the Napa Valley with administrative offices located in St. Helena at the Upper Valley Campus. The program is comprised of workshops, fee-based classes, noncredit (no-fee) classes, educational trips and tours, special events, and short-term vocational training programs. Enjoy a variety of classes to choose from in subject areas such as the arts, writing, culinary arts, gardening/outdoors, computer literacy, modern languages and ESL.
Napa Valley College Community Education Program Learning Statement
After attending a Napa Valley College Community Education class, students will be able to use the information received from the class for personal and/or professional development, including a better understanding and/or mastery of specific stated subjects and/or skills.
Browse the Community Education Schedule and choose from our exciting array of classes. As restrictions related to Covid 19 are easing, we're slowing returning to a schedule that includes some in-person classes that will comply with social distancing and give you the opportunity to begin your return to normal.
Registration options make it easy to take community education and non-credit classes. Instant online registration is available.
Some classes fill quickly and others may be canceled due to low enrollment, on their pre-registration deadline, so don't wait to register.
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