Adult Basic Education SPSCC Partnership
Yelm Community Schools has expanded its educational vision beyond K-12. Through partnerships with SPSCC, Yelm Timberland Library, and the South Sound YMCA, YCS offers English as a Second Language and High School + Diploma completion courses locally at Yelm Extension School, and promotes SPSCC's Adult Digital Literacy course.
As part of the district's larger Graduate Yelm! initiative, YCS formed strong regional partnerships to address a broader range of educational needs. The district's goal is to remove every conceivable barrier to educational attainment for Yelm citizens. Through High School + and ESL Class, students have access to Chromebooks; onsite YMCA childcare; and printing, wifi, and electronic research tools through Yelm Timberland Library. SPSCC further provides career counseling, including financial information and access to certificate and degree programs. All services are free of charge to High School + and ESL students.
SPSCC Digital Literacy for Adults
At SPSCC, students can learn basic computer skills necessary for their college classes by taking a low-cost, non-credited Digital Literacy Course.
Learn to use:
- Basic Computer Operations
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft PowerPoint
Visit SPSCC Digital Literacy for more information.
SPSCC High School + Program
The High School+ (HS+) Program at SPSCC allows adult students age 18 or older to earn a high school diploma issued by SPSCC and the State of Washington. Students can apply credits earned in high school and knowledge gained in the workforce toward a HS+ diploma. Any remaining credits can be earned through self-paced assignments in the HS+ class.
Visit SPSCC HS + Classes for more information.