All programs at RAS are open to any person who is 18 and older and no longer attending high school. There is no charge for any class at RAS. 

Citizenship:
 This course provides an overview of United States history and the structure of Federal, State, County and City government. It includes the responsibilities of citizens living under a democratic form of government. It also addresses the procedure for applying for naturalization and provides test taking practice in preparation for the INS approved Basic Skills Citizenship Examination. 


English as a Second Language (ESL): These courses give English learners opportunities to study and practice English language communications skills, including listening, speaking, reading, writing, and critical thinking. Competency-based courses span seven levels ranging from basic literacy to advanced English language development.
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