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About our School

Moreno Valley Community Adult School campus

Student Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

  • Identify and establish personal, academic and/or workforce goals and demonstrate progress towards them.
  • Analyze and solve problems by using critical thinking skills.
  • Communicate clearly and collaborate with each other through speaking, listening, and writing. 
  • Use various resources, including but not limited to technology, to research, organize and communicate information. 

MVCAS, Motivated, Visionary, and Committed, Adult Students

ABOUT OUR SCHOOL

Moreno Valley Community Adult School (MVCAS) promotes personal enrichment and advocates lifelong learning for adult learners to pursue multiple pathways with equity, collaboration, and excellence on purpose.

MVCAS, provides an exceptional education that prepares students for their future.  Moreno Valley Community Adult School is dedicated to its students' success, personal enrichment and assist students to realize their passions and assist them to pursue and achieve their academic and/or personal goals. Students have access to highly trained instructors, supportive administrators, counseling services and front office staff. Our staff works diligently and collaboratively to provided a welcoming environment, rigorous curriculum and engaging school culture.   

MVCAS offers adult education courses such as: English as a Second Language (ESL), Citizenship preparation, High School Diploma, GED (General Education Development; available in both English and Spanish), Basic Computer Applications, and Adult Basic Education. 

Career Technical Education courses are also available in the medical field through pathways such as Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy, EKG, and Medical Assistant all recognized by the industry. Upon course completion and passing the state exam, students receive their state certification and/or license.

Moreno Valley Community Adult School prepares students to be college and career ready, prepares them to transition to college and/or a viable career, and provides assistance with entering or returning to the workforce.

We look forward to serving our adult learners in Moreno Valley and our surrounding communities throughout Riverside County.  

Career Technical Education

Career technical education (CTE) provides students and adults with the academic and technical skills, knowledge and training necessary to succeed in future careers and develop skills they will use throughout their careers. The CTE pathway prepares students for the world of work by introducing them to workplace competencies, and makes academic content accessible to students by providing it in a hands-on context. Foundational to CTE are rigorous program standards. These standards ensure that students are equipped with the knowledge and foundational skills for their career goals. 

Who We Serve...

Moreno Valley Community Adult School serves adult learners 18 year of age and older who are wanting to master English as a second language, improve their academic skills to earn their high school diploma or equivalency.  We also serve individuals who are pursuing citizenship and those who are looking to invest in career advancement or workforce preparation. 

Student Group Number Percentage
Workforce Preparation 101 6.62%
Emergent Bilinguals
(English Learners)
850 55.70%
High School Equivalency (GED) 425 27.85%
Career and Technical Education 70 4.59%

Since 1980, CASAS has worked to help improve basic skills for success in the family, community and workplace. CASAS has partnered with education and workforce providers to document progress, report results, and guide instruction. CASAS is backed by a National Consortium of education and workforce professionals. 

Ethnicity Number Percentage
African American 122 7.99%
American Indian or Alaska Native 2 0.4%
Asian 66 4.33%
Filipino 9 0.59%
Hispanic or Latino 1294 84.80%
Pacific Islander 4 0.26%
White 1340 87.81%
Native Hawaiian 3 0.20%
Unspecified 25 1.64%

Since 1980, CASAS has worked to help improve basic skills for success in the family, community and workplace. CASAS has partnered with education and workforce providers to document progress, report results, and guide instruction. CASAS is backed by a National Consortium of education and workforce professionals.