The mission of the Toledo Public Schools Adult Education Center:
To provide quality vocational skill training, retraining, and skill upgrading as well as related support services to any adult living in the Toledo metropolitan area. In support of this mission, the staff is committed to:
a. Provide a quality program
b. Assist students to achieve academic success
c. Link with business, industry and community agencies
d. Provide comprehensive support services
e. Support professional development of students and staff
Adult Education Financial Aid Opportunities
FASTFACTS Exit Counseling
FASTFACTS Entrance Counseling
General Information: 419-671-8700
Practical Nursing: 419-671-8706
The Barber Academy is an 1,800 hour training course. Training includes theory and practical experience. Training will include: barbershop management, shampoos and hair tonics, history of barbering, cosmetic chemistry, razor cuts, clipper cuts, men, women and children cuts, sanitation and sterilization, skin and scalp diseases, barber implements, anatomy and physiology, modern trends, shaving, hair cutting, tinting, facial massage and chemical processing.
The Practical Nursing program is a one-year program divided into four quarters which includes classroom and clinical experience. Nursing experience is provided in a variety of health care facilities, extended care centers and community settings. For more information click on the link below:
The Toledo School of Practical Nursing Program
Effective April 6, 2011, the Toledo School of Practical Nursing implemented the use of the WorkKeys Assessment as the admission testing requirement. There is a limited class size, so admittance will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. A new class begins each quarter - generally in January, March, July and September.
Students are required to have successfully taken and passed three pre-requisite courses before starting LPN classes:
CPR (Adult/Infant/Child) and First Aid (Universal)
S.T.N.A. (State Tested Nursing Ass't) -- you must have
taken this course within one-year of starting LPN classes, or already
be a STNA/CENA.
We offer the Basic Computer course for an additional $60 (there is a “test out” opportunity available). We do not offer the S.T.N.A. or CPR/First Aid classes.
Class hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Clinical days and hours may vary.
There are four courses that you can potentially gain credit for if you have not taken them as part of another nursing program, but have successfully passed them at a college-level. Transcripts and syllabus’ are required.
The courses are:
Anatomy and Physiology - must have both I & II
Tuition (school tuition, as well as fees are subject to change)
$400 out-of-state fee
(tuition includes all books, malpractice insurance and licensure examining)
Please call 419-671-8700 and ask for the Financial Aid Office.
To apply for financial aid, visit www.fafsa.ed.gov.