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Tax Credit Offered for Students

The U.S. Congress has recently passed a bill that is a $13.8 billion tuition tax credit boost called the American Opportunity Tax Credit. This tax credit reimburses 100 percent of the first $2,000 of educational expenses for lower income students. For the next $2,000, students will receive a 25 percent reimbursement. In short, lower income students will receive $2,500 in education reimbursements per year.

The bill also features other benefits for low-income students. Families that do not earn enough to pay income taxes can receive a $1,000 education refund. These benefits have been extended through the 2013 tax year.


Federal Financial Aid

Beaumont Adult School is fully accredited to offer federal financial aid to students enrolling in the Vocation Nursing program. To estimate your eligibility for financial aid please click on the following link.......

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New Federal Regulations for Pell Grants

Effective as of July 1. 2013, the amount of Federal Pell Grant funds a student may receive over his or her lifetime is limited by new federal regulations to be the equivalent of six years of 100% Pell funding. Since the maximum amount of Pell Grant funding a student can receive each year is equal to 100% of the maximum Pell amount, the six-year equivalent is 600%.

You can log on to the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) Student Access Web Site at using your Federal Student Aid PIN and view your Lifetime Eligibility Used (LEU). The LEU will be found on the Financial Aid review page.

Gainful Employment Disclosures

As required by federal financial aid regulations, the attached document provides prospective students with disclosures of gainful employment relating to the courses of instruction for LVN and CCNA... click here for Gainful Employment Disclosures for LVN or you may click here for Gainful Employment Disclosures for CCNA


Contact Us

Our school facility is located at 1575 Cherry Ave. Beaumont, CA 92223

Contact us at (951) 845.6012 or email

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2013-2014 BAS Fact Sheet

The 2012-2013 BAS Fact Sheet contains many of the numbers, such as enrollment, completions, etc. and other items of information for all the programs at BAS. To view the 2012-2013 Fact Sheet, please click here.

Beaumont Adult School Mission and Career Technical Education programs

Beaumont Adult School’s mission is to;

  • provide opportunities for students to complete basic and secondary academic instruction
  • provide opportunity for students to complete career technical  training in a variety of programs including vocational nursing

Students satisfactorily completing the Vocational Nurse program have met the requirements of the California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians and are eligible to test for vocational nurse licensure.

Satisfactory progress in all parts of the program curriculum requires a minimum grade of 80%.

The LVN program requires 656 hours of theory plus 1073 hours of clinical instruction. Basic computer literacy is required as much of the curriculum is conducted online or by CBI. Students are required to bring personal laptop with wireless accessibility and also word processing program.


Students satisfactorily completing the Comprehensive CNA program will have the prerequisite skills to complete the state of California CNA certification exam and (once acquiring the CNA status) will also have the skills and knowledge for certification as a Home Health Aide, Acute Care CNA and Restorative Nurse Aide based on criteria developed by the school and the California Department of Health.

Satisfactory progress in all parts of the program curriculum requires a minimum grade of 75%.

The CCNA program requires 336 hours of theory plus 264 hours of clinical instruction. Students satisfactorily completing this course of instruction will have the skills to use and/or monitor standard medical equipment.

BAS Principal Summit Presentation 2011-2012

The BAS Principal Summit for 2011-2012 is a power point presentation providing information on the programs, including overall student achievement, provided at Beaumont Adult School. To view this power point presentation please click here.... Principal Summit


See below for

2015 Spring Schedule


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BAS Spring 2015 Class Schedules

To view class schedule click below.


  2015 Spring Schedule.pdf


Registration Process:  (Registration is on going - MTWTh 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. & Friday 8:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.)

Classes -

  •  ESL all levels and G.E.D. Prep  $10.00 registration fee (cash or check only)
  •  High School Diploma Studies - No cost for classroom enrollment / must bring Official Transcript from last High School attended
  •  High School Independent Study - $50.00 (non-refundable fee for books/materials) - must bring Official Transcript from the  last  High  School attended      
  •  All registrants must complete a registration test at time of enrollment - approximately 1 hour.


Hiset Testing:  Now available at Beaumont Adult School

  • Test Dates  -  3/31/ & 4/1

                              -   6/16 & 6/17

                              -   8/12 & 8/13

                              -   10/27 & 10/28

  • Fee:  $150 Full Test
  • Active student discount available
  • Contact school at 951-845-6012, ext. 7 for enrollment information




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VA Offers Comparison Tool for GI Bill Benefits

The U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs recently launched an online comparison tool to allow veterans to calculate their educational benefits and compare costs of various post secondary schools. The online comparison tool can be accessed at

District Non-discrimination Policies and Complaint Procedures

The Beaumont Unified School District prohibits, during all school activities, programs, and employment, discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation , or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. 

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5145.7 AR Students Sexual Harassment

5145.7 BP Students Sexual Harassment

Notice To Parents and Guardians - Complaint Rights.pdf

1312.3 BP Uniform Complaint Procedures December 9, 2014.pdf

1312.3 BP Uniform Complaint Procedures December 9, 2014 Spanish.pdf


To file a formal complaint, please contact:

Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Support Services

(951) 845-1631

350 W. Brookside Avenue, Beaumont, CA 92223