Community Education

Adult Education

 Stockbridge Community Schools does not offer high school completion or GED preparatory classes.  

Below are some other programs in the vicinity that you may want to check out:

Lansing School District

offers Adult Basic Education (ABE) and GED classes and GED testing.

Potterville Public Schools

offers ABE, GED and High School Completion.

MSU Testing Office

offers the GED test

T.A. Wilson Academy

offers the GED test
T.A. Wilson Academy

Ann Arbor Public Schools

offers a high school diploma program and GED classes for adults,

Washtenaw Community College

offers the GED test

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Dynacal Calendar

Class Descriptions

Cheer Clinic

Grades 3-8, $30
February 19, 20, 21, 22, 6:00 - 7:30 pm

Come join the High School Cheerleaders to learn competitive cheer skills. Participants will cheer on February 22, 2019 for their families.  T-shirt included

Dog Training with Julie Glair

Minimum age for handlers is 14 years. Vaccinations are STRONGLY recommended. 

Please bring to class:  any collars you currently have, a six-foot, leather or nylon web leash (No chain or retractable leashes allowed), small, soft, easily eaten training treats for your dog. Dogs that display aggression towards other dogs or people are not permitted in group classes. Private training is available for problem behaviors.

Class size is limited, so please register early! All Classes will be held at Smith Elementary School, 100 Price Avenue, Stockbridge, MI 49285

Practically Perfect Puppy I & II

Ages 10 weeks to 1 year
Tuesdays, 6:00-6:45 pm          $86/session

Start your puppy out right with this 6-week class. Young dogs want and need to know their place in your family and with others. Pups learn basic manners while having fun and increasing the bond with their handlers.

Adult Dog Obedience

Ages 1 year & Up
Tuesdays, 7:00-8:00 pm, $86/session

“Come” learn how to effectively communicate with your dog so he/she will come, sit, down, and stay.  This class also incorporates basic household manners.

Open Gym Basketball Schedule Winter 2019

High School Jr. High Gym, use back door, $2/night
January 12, 19,  February 2, 9,  March 2, 9

Come dressed to play with your friends for an evening of supervised basketball. Parents are welcome, too! Please bring your player to the time according to his/her grade. This is enforced for safety reasons.  Students must remain in the gym until they sign out when leaving. Locker rooms will not be open. 

Players in grades 3-7

6:00-7:55 pm

Players in grades 8-12

8:00-9:55 pm

Travel U10-U19 CASL Soccer League

Register by February 15, 2019 $80 no jersey needed, $100 jersey needed

Register between February 16-February 28, 2019 $105 no jersey, $125 jersey needed

We are required to submit teams to the League for scheduling by February 28, 2019. This league is offered through the Capital Area Soccer League for players born 2000-2008 and will provide a field of play closer-resembling what is experienced in High School. Players ages 10-12 may play 9 v 9; Ages 12-19 may play 11 v 11 on a High School regulation field.


Sporties for Shorties Winter

February 28, March 7, 14 and 21
5:30-6:15 pm
Smith Elementary Extended Learning Center

Pre-schoolers (ages 3 – 5), come learn the basics of 4 different sports.  We’ll use kid-sized equipment and focus on one sport each week.  Instructor Larry Torrey.

Strip Quilting with Rose -Spring

Wednesdays, March 6 – May 8 Or Thursdays, March 7 – May 2
(no meeting March 13, April 3, 4, 2019)

The first night you will decide on a pattern and get yardage requirements. The techniques taught will enable you to have your quilt top done in eight weeks. Color, fabric, batting and backing choices will also be covered in class. Instructor, Rose Reinhardt.

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Contact Us

Janice Armstrong
Director of Community Education and Early Childhood
517-851-7735 x3207
Dena Sommer
Community Education and Special Education Secretary
517-851-7188 x5601