Anoka-Hennepin Community Education reaches more than half a million people every year - through classes, services, tours, programs, outreach activities and athletics. Community Education is provided by the Anoka-Hennepin School District as an efficient and effective way to offer residents of all ages the opportunity for lifelong learning.
Mission: The Anoka-Hennepin School District Community Education department is dedicated to lifelong learning, involving people and enriching communities.
Community Education offers something for everyone, ages 0 to 100.
- When you are born, you can attend an Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) class with your mom or dad.
- When you are three, you can go to preschool.
- When you are six, you can receive before- and after-school child care at your elementary school.
- When you are nine, you can take an after-school Spanish, art, science or recreational activity or class.
- When you are 12, you can play Volleyball through the middle school athletics program.
- When you are 15, you can enroll in driver education classes.
- When you are 17, you can volunteer in the community.
- When you are 25, you can play competitive league sports.
- When you are 30, you can take the GED or a computer class to help you get that job promotion.
- When you are 43, you can serve on the parent-teacher organization at your child's school.
- When you are 51, you can do a lap swim.
- When you are 64, you can take a class about investing.
- When you are 72, you can take a defensive driving course.
- When you are 88, you can take a bus tour of southern Minnesota.