Continuing Education

Our Mission

Through a rigorous, holistic and comprehensive program of vocational/technical and academic preparation, as well as a progressive system of individual support and guidance, we strive to maximize the potential of each student for successful transition to full-time employment, to the pursuit of higher education and to a personal commitment of lifelong learning.

Tri-County’s Continuing Education Program consists of classes designed to educate you in a variety of areas that reach from computer technology to personal finance to cooking and everything in-between.  You can learn new skills that might help you in the work place or may just lead to a new hobby.  Classes come in all shapes and sizes from one night workshops to multi-night programs.  Some of the classes are designed around a fun night out to enjoy solo or with friends.

Tri-County also offers access to a wide variety of Distance Learning programs that allow you to access these programs from the comfort of home and to work at your own pace.  These programs span a wide variety of interests and intensity levels that encompass everything from workplace skills building to photography to container gardening.  These programs are instructor led and open enrollment based so you can start at any time.  To learn more about or distance learning programs you can follow this link here.

Online Registration Help/FAQ

How do I register Online?

1. Follow the link to online registration page.

2. Sign in (Click on Sign In located on the top right of the page) or click on “My Account” in the menu on the left. If you do not already have an account, you will need to create one. Click on “Create Account” at the top right-hand side of the page and enter the information requested.

If you are registering a second family member, you will need to add them as a member on your account. You can do this when you create your account or by adding them to your existing account. You may have to click on “My Account” in the menu on the left a second time to reveal the “Manage Members” option.

3. Once you have created an account, add courses to your shopping cart by registering for the courses you are interested in. If you have more than one member on your account, you will be prompted to include the name of the member to register when adding the registration to your account.

4. Once you have completed registration, you will need to go to your shopping cart and pay for the classes to complete the registration process. Follow the instructions in the shopping cart to complete payment. When the payment process is complete, you will see a page confirming your registration.

Creating Account/Login on Mobile Version of Website

You cannot set “Create an Account” in the mobile version of the online registration site. You will need to use the full site to create an account. Once you have created an account, you can use your login information to register for courses using the mobile version of the site.

I Forgot my Password or Username.

Click on “Sign In” or “My Account.” Under the entry fields for username and password, select either “Forgot Username” or “Forgot Password” to receive an e-mail with your login information. When prompted, enter your e-mail address and you user name or password will be sent to you via e-mail. We do not have access to that information, so you will have to follow that procedure.

How do I make changes to My Account such as changing address, passwords or adding members?

Once you have logged in, click on “MyAccount.” Click on “My Account” a second time in the menu on the left to reveal a number of different options that will let you make changes to your account.

How do I see what is in my shopping cart?

Click on “MyAccount.” Click on “My Account” a second time in the menu on the left to reveal a number of different options that will let you make changes to your account. The last option on the list is “View Cart.” Click on “View Cart” to see what is saved to your account.

How do I see what classes I am registered in?

Click on “MyAccount.” Click on “My Account” a second time in the menu on the left to reveal a number of different options that will let you make changes to your account. Click on “Registrations” to see a list of classes you are registered in.

Do all the classes run?

The short answer is no. We make every effort to run all the classes listed, however sometimes we do cancel classes for various reasons including low enrollment, instructor conflicts, weather, etc. We will notify you by email as soon as we are aware of a class not running. In the case of low enrollment, we will wait until the last possible minute before cancelling in order to reach the minimum enrollment requirements.

Certificates and Course Credits

Unless otherwise specified, all Tri-County RVTHS evening courses are non-college credit and non-graded courses. Certificates of attendance and completion will be issued to students upon request.

Books and Supplies

Students may be required to purchase a textbook or supplies/equipment at an additional fee. Instructors will advise.
Please remember to bring any supplies listed in the course description to the first night of class.

If there is a material fee payable to the instructor, please remember to bring a check or cash for that amount on the first night of class.

Withdrawal/Refund Policy

Unless otherwise stated, the refund policy is as follows:

– A written notice of withdrawal is required to notify us of your withdrawal from a class, an email is ideal. There is a $10 minimum withdrawal processing fee for all withdrawals.

– If we cancel a class, or if a class is filled when we receive your payment, we will issue a full refund.

– If you withdraw from a class:
* At least one week before the start date, you will receive a full tuition refund minus the processing fee.
* Less than one week before the start date, you will receive a pro-rated refund based on the schedule below:
> 60% of the course fee minus the processing fee (withdrawal notice received before the second class).
> 40% of the course fee minus the processing fee (withdrawal notice received before the third class).
> No refunds will be issued for withdrawal notices received after the third class.


Tuition must be paid in full at the time of registration. Payment may be made by cash, check, money order, MasterCard, Visa, American Express or Discover. There will be a $20.00 charge for all returned checks. Tuition prices shown are subject to change without notice. Tri-County reserves the right to cancel class if there is insufficient enrollment and to change instructors or schedules due to unforeseen circumstances.

Registration Fee: A non-refundable, $10.00 student registration fee is charged each semester. You can register by phone or by completing the registration form available online and either emailing or mailing it to us. Click on the words “registration form” to access our registration form to print.


In case of inclement weather or an emergency, there will be no evening classes on days when school has been closed.

On days when school is in session and evening classes have to be cancelled due to weather, please check the “Tri-County Adult Education” Facebook Page,

If any instructor needs to cancel a class for personal reasons, you will be notified.

Classes will be made up if any of these cancellations occur.

First Night of Class

Access to the Post-Secondary/Continuing & Adult Education Day and Evening programs.

● Entry will be through the double-doors at the rear of the building

● Parking will also be in the rear of the building

If you have any questions please contact the Post-secondary/Continuing & Adult Education office at 508-528-5400 ext. 126, 117 or 119

The office is open until 7pm — Monday through Thursday and until 5pm on Friday.

We do our best to ensure accuracy and keeping these pages are up to date, however prices, dates and descriptions are subject to change without notice.

Tri-County RVTHS reserves the right to cancel or postpone classes due to insufficient attendance or the lack of a qualified instructor.


We are always looking to add new and interesting courses to our continuing education program. If you have a hobby, craft, or specialized skill, and are interested in teaching it within our program please fill out our Course Proposal Form, you may also contact the Adult Education Director, Bob Foley ,  (508)528-5400 ext. 119 with any questions