Welcome to Blue Hills Adult Education!
Blue Hills Adults Education is where lives start to change and dreams begin to come true.
We teach Adult Secondary Education and English for Speakers of Other Languages. Our students and graduates have gotten jobs, promotions, and better jobs. They’ve gone to college and launched careers. They support their families, participate in their children’s education, and contribute to their communities.
Sock Drive for Local Homeless People! Please help.
Did you know socks are the most needed but least donated article of clothing at local homeless shelters? Blue Hills Adult Education is collecting warm, unused men’s socks to donate to a local shelter. Help us with this community service project if you can!
Second registration for high school equivalency classes in January!
We added a second registration for this month on January 31, 2019 at 6:30 PM. Start your new year with us! Click here
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Register for English Classes in 2019!
Call us to register for our free English classes! Our number is 781-298-3111 Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 12:30 PM – 2 PM Click here
Norwood Hospital Visit
Students from Blue Hill’s Adult ESOL program were given a warm welcome by Norwood Hospital at their Wellness Fair on December 14. The hospital’s Community Outreach Coordinator Margaret Lutz worked with BHAE Director Ellen Borgenicht to organize an event where students benefited from the expertise of community leaders and hospital staff, including Canton Fire Chief Charles Doody,
Nursing Informatics Manager Eric Buonaccorsi, Christina DaSilva from Interpreter Services, and Director of Orthopedics Walter Kuropatkin, who spoke to the students about sleep disorders and joint pain. Students were also able to talk with medical insurance specialists, learn more about health care proxies, and were given blood pressure screenings.
One student says, “All this information is important to me because I have diabetes.” She says that she can now explain to her children how to use 911. Another student said, “I drive almost 1,200 miles per week and I can always be at risk for accidents. Keeping in mind my location, the direction, and point of reference can help me in case I need help.”
Fire Chief Doody’s 911 presentation and DaSilva’s talk about interpreter services were two of the highlights. Another student was relieved to know about interpreter services. “I have never had an emergency situation here, but I always got worried if I needed to call because I don’t speak English very well and people could not understand me. Now I know that in any emergency, they have all the support to attend to me and I can help others that don’t know about that.”
“We have all come from our countries to the United States in order to reach our dreams. Personal or family dreams, whether to earn more money, or to seek…” Read more
“I’m in level one almost level two. Thank you for these English classes. Thank you everyone for coming.We all come here to learn English and…” Read more
“In Brazil I had a great career, I worked for a big financial company. I graduated and got my post graduate degree in Business Administration…” Read more
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