Community Ed Programming
Birmingham Community Education offers classes, summer camps and academic summer school programs for all community members. The Birmingham Community Education Department also oversees the rental of BPS facilities and fields. To see current program offerings or to inquire about a rental, please visit the Birmingham Community Education website or call 248.203.3800.
The Birmingham Community Education office is located in Seaholm High School at 2436 West Lincoln, Birmingham, 48009 in room F102. Please park in the staff/guest lot on the east side of the high school, entering off of Lincoln Street. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please note that office hours are subject to change during school breaks and holidays.
Register NOW for Adult Education
English as a Second Classes (ESL)!
Adult Education ESL classes run from September to June.
Registration for Fall 2019 is Tuesday, September 3, from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at Seaholm High School in Room E105. Please park in the guest lot off of Lincoln Street on the east side of the building and enter through the doors that have "Birmingham Community Education" on the awning. Registration continues and classes begin on Monday, September 9.
Please bring your passport and/or visa, social security card and your driver's license or State of Michigan ID with you to registration.
Acceptance in the class will be based on the results of your ESL proficiency exam. Students must obtain a minimum CASAS score of 187 to be eligible and registration is ongoing and open until classes are filled.
Please call 248.203.3800 or email LGrindem@birmingham.k12.mi.us for more information.
"Make a Splash!" Community Open Swim
Returning October 2019!
All ages welcome. Adults will have the use of several lap lanes. Children 10 and under must be directly supervised in the water by an adult 18 years or older. This program follows the BPS school calendar and the open swim program will not be running during school breaks and special events. This program requires pre-purchase of entry cards. Single one time sessions, or multiple entry cards are available from the Community Education department (www.communityed.net / 248.203.3800). Children who are not toilet trained must wear tight-fitting plastic pants over a swim diaper. Showers are required prior to entry to the pool. Flotation devices and toys may not be brought into the pool. No food or drinks are allowed in the pool or locker room areas. BPS and the Community Education are not responsible for unforeseen pool closures beyond our control. BPS is not responsible for lost or misplaced cards or personal items left in the locker rooms. BPS maintains pool water temperature between 80-82 degrees. This may be cold for some swimmers.
Visit our website at www.communityed.net
Jill Reichenbach Fill
Community Education Specialist
& Adult Education
Academic Summer School Support
Office Assistant / Pool, Gym, Fields, Stadiums & Classroom Rentals
ESL Coordinator & Instructor for Adult Education
ESL Instructor for Adult Education