Keene Community Education is the adult education division of the Keene School District.
We are proud to offer the greater adult community a variety of academic, vocational and enrichment classes, apprenticeship, and virtual classes.
We think we will be intrigued by the variety you’ll find within our organization, Explore our website and see for yourself. We are the bridge to your future!
In creating a safe, welcoming, and diverse community of adult learners
In life-long learning for all
In supporting the whole student
In personalized learning with flexible means to access knowledge
In supporting one another and our students, and in celebrating our successes
In civic engagement
In active partnerships with our greater community for the enrichment of all
At Keene Community Education we empower adult students to reach their academic and vocational goals, while emphasizing life-long learning and civic engagement as means to enrich their own lives and the lives of others.
Keene Community Education Programs
Please visit the Project Keep and Driver’s Ed. pages for specific updates to each of those programs in regards to the current COVID-19 school closure.
(Updated March 15, 2020)
Governor Sununu has issued a directive that all schools in the State of NH will be closed, effective March 16, until April 3. Keene Community Education, as a division of Keene School District, will follow all guidelines set forth by SAU 29 and the State of New Hampshire Department of Education. At this time, all programs are suspended and our office will be closed to the public unless an appointment is made. Staff can be reached by phone and email during this closure but we ask for your patience in returning correspondence.
During the first few days of this closure we will be working on alternative plans for each of our programs, and their individual classes. We ask for your patience during this time while we work through many details. Please know that we will be working hard to contact everyone in a timely fashion with plans for your particular program, processing refunds as necessary and rescheduling as we can.
Note: April 3 is being used as an evaluation point, for the Governor, to make further decisions given the status of our state at that time and this closure may be extended at that time.
ALL 2019-20 SCHOOL YEAR SESSIONS FOR DRIVER’S ED. ARE NOW FULL. SUMMER APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE, AND REGISTRATION WILL OPEN, ON MAY 1ST.