|ADULT LEARNING CENTER||Offers multimedia programs to learn English and improve reading, writing, and math skills including skills for high school equivalency, and computer-assisted and audio-visual instruction by trained personnel. Provides adult literacy, English as a Second Language and citizenship programs. Call for details and for an appointment.||Nassau||ADULT LEARNING CENTER||HEMPSTEAD PUBLIC LIBRARY|
|BALDWIN PROGRAMS||Offers one-to-one professional tutoring by licensed teachers in reading, reading readiness, mathematics, science, Social Studies, spelling, written expression, SAT, ELA preparation, regents and other test preparation.||Nassau||BALDWIN PROGRAMS||THE LEARNING PLACE|
|HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PREPARATION||Provides 16 to 18 year old students an opportunity to achieve a high school equivalency diploma, now TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion). This program serves eligible students who cannot earn the number of credits necessary to receive a diploma, or who have been out of school (grade 9 or above) for at least one year. Students attend classes at least 14 hours per week. Call for more detailed information.||Suffolk||HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PREPARATION||WESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION|
|REGIONAL ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM||Provides students, ages 16-21, who have been identified as having needs not being met in current school programs in our region. The program will be located in local area high schools and/or BOCES programs and offers our “at risk” students an opportunity to address individual and family issues that are currently hampering their progress toward a New York State diploma. The program will continue to offer academic education at a commencement level, development of transition skills, and development of social skills designed to foster improved functioning in a school setting. The Regional Alternative High School Program is also offering placement to students that have been suspended or are awaiting an out of district placement, as well as offering students the option to attend for credit recovery and test preparation for state assessments. The Regional Alternative High School is also offering placement to students who are English Language Learners. Students enrolled in this program will have a daily schedule that consists of four hour departmentalized format. Instruction takes place in “blocks” focusing on two core subjects (ELA and Math), and includes a daily CTE component. Call for more detailed information.||Suffolk||REGIONAL ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM||EASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES|
|REGIONAL SPECIAL EDUCATION SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM||Offers a program that was developed in response to requests from local school districts. Eastern Suffolk BOCES organized a consortium to create and oversee a regional summer school program. The program is located in local area school districts and serves students who attend their home districts during the traditional school year. Students with intensive management and/or educational needs require a continuation of district curriculum and instructional approaches during the summer months to prevent regression. Call for more detailed information.
||Suffolk||REGIONAL SPECIAL EDUCATION SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM||EASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES|
|REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL||Any two school districts that house summer school populations at a common site may participate in the Regional Summer School. Courses offered are determined by the participating districts in collaboration with Nassau BOCES, The Regional Summer School enables students to enrich their education through additional courses; credit recovery or work not complete during the school year; or improve their competencies in basic elementary skills. It also provides for the administration of Regents examinations in accordance with the New York State Education Commissioner’s regulations. Call for more detailed information.||Nassau||REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL||NASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS|
|REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL||Offers remedial courses for students in grades 6–12 to make up deficiencies in academic work. This wide variety of remedial courses can benefit students with low or failing grades. Residents within the participating districts whose children are registered in public, private or parochial schools, grades 6-12, are eligible to attend, with permission of their home school principal or designee. Non-resident students are permitted to register after all residents are accommodated. Non-residents are required to show proof of immunization and authorization from their home school allowing them to register for specific courses and/or Regents/RCT examinations. Call for more detailed information.||Suffolk||REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL||WESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES|