Adult Education

*MCVSD will be running a limited offering of courses for the Fall 2020 Semester*

*NOTE* All Adult Education students must bring their own mask to class. Masks must be worn for the duration of class.

The following courses will run and may be offered in-person, remotely or a combination of both.

All courses will take place at the Neptune Annex, 105 Neptune Blvd., Neptune for the Fall semester.

Apprenticeship:  Plumbing I, II, III, IV

Apprenticeship:  HVAC/R I, II

Apprenticeship:  Electrical I, II, III, IV

Intro to Water/Waste Water Technology


ESL/ABE Basic Skills Classes : FREE!


Licensed Practical Nursing


MCVSD submitted the Funding Certification and Agreement Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. MCVSD received $60,651 from the Department of Education, Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, section 18004(c) of the CARES act. This funding was divided equally to the 47 students who were enrolled in our programs on March 27, 2020. The Emergency Financial Aid Grants will be paid to the students by check on or before June 30, 2020.



Thinking of a new career? Looking to upgrade your present skills? Just entering the workforce? Monmouth County Vocational School District offers a quality adult education program to county residents at an affordable price. We strive to serve the needs of community members and to help them to further their educational, employment and personal goals.

Need a copy of your Adult High School Transcript?

Call 732-431-7942 Ext 1.

Main office phone number:

732-431-7942 Ext 1 for Adult Education

Have an idea for a new course?

Submit a Course Proposal Form Here

Comments/Questions/Suggestions/New Course Suggestions

Contact Principal/Director, Dana Schaed Ed.D.
Phone: 732. 431. 7942 ext. 1


Adult vocational education classes are open to all persons 16 years of age or older who have graduated or left an elementary or secondary school system. Additional course requirements are listed as prerequisites.


Students may be dismissed without refund of fees when their behavior or actions violate Board of Education policy for students. These policies cover such action as vehicle parking, visitors, alcohol or drugs, smoking, vandalism, disregard of safety rules, plus any action covered by civil or criminal law.


The Monmouth County Vocational School District's Post Secondary Institution's mission is to foster the educational experience of the adult learner and prepare them for the competitive demands of the workplace.