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Tam Sam, Tom Nguyen and Nguyet Keller
Business Skills students (from left to right)Tam Sam and Nguyet Keller.           Instructional Assistant, Tom Nguyen

Fall 2014 Semester

Welcome new students and welcome back continuing students for Spring semester.

We offer a complete Career Technical Education program that will bring you up-to-date on your computer skills and prepare you for the workplace. We also offer Employability and Customer Service classes where you will learn how to get that job you want, and how to keep that job once you have it.

Registration for New Students

Begins Monday, August 25th.

Fall Start – End Dates

Fall classes begin on Monday, August 25 and continue through Saturday, December 20th.

How to Register for Summer Classes

  • New students may register in person starting the first day of Summer classes.
  • You can register at any time throughout the semester until one week prior to the end of the semester.
  • Please contact us at 714-241-5736 if you need more detailed information.
  • New Student Orientation (required) for new students.
  • All students must bring a USB (Flash) drive to the first day of class.

Fall Class Schedules and Information / Location and Times

Register at the location where you plan to take the class. The Centennial Education Center is located at 2900 West Edinger Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92704. We are at the corner of Edinger and Fairview. The Career Technical Education computer lab is located in Building E, Room 108. We are open from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday thru Thursday.

Click here to view a map: Map of Centennial Education Center

ESL Requirements

Students must be enrolled in ESL Beginning level 3 or above and/or be able to read, speak and understand English to register for lab classes.

Cost to Register

All classes are free.




16 Responses

  1. Hello,
    I want to sign up for the Quickbook and Access classes starting July 1.
    I am a California resident but have been in Brazil for the past 18 months. I will arrive in Santa Ana on July 5, thus I wouldn’t be able to attend the first day of class.

    1. How do I register for these classes?
    2. Does the VBUS260 Word cover just the basics?
    3. Do the classes get full very quickly? VBUS301 Quickbook requires the students to register on the first day of class but I won’t be there. What can I do about this?

    Thank you,

  2. Ok thank u so much

  3. Hi i want to know if i could still register for spring classes for excel

  4. Hi I have a question regarding the registration for the Teacher Directed Classes. I’d like to register for the Accounting & Quickbooks classes and the instructions said that I need to regsiter with the instructor. How can I do this?

    Thank you!

    • Please come to the computer lab, building E, room 108, to register for the Accounting classes. The lab is open Monday-Thursday from 8am – 9pm, Friday from 8am – 12pm and Saturday from 8am – 12pm.

  5. Hi, I have a question about general office clerk certificate.
    can you tell me about class schedules for that?
    I’m going to work for new company and going to study this program at the same time. so, I have to figure out what’s the best option for me.

    – how many days per week do I study to get this certificate?
    – how many hours will it be?
    ( prefered time will be morning and afternoon )

    – how long does It take to get a certificate?
    – how much does It cost me to study this program, I heard this is free class but, what about books?

    Thanks for your answers in advance.

    Have a great day.

    – best regards

    • Dear Tobi.

      There are several courses required for this certificate. Most courses you can complete in the lab where students study independently. The lab is open Monday -Thursday from 8AM-9PM and Friday and Saturday from 8AM-12PM.

      Additional classes may be taken Mondays through Thursdays from 8:00.a.m. to 12:00 p.m. or from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m.

      It could take one year to complete or longer depending upon the amount of time and number of classes taken. There is no charge for the classes or the books.

      We hope to see you this fall.

      Barbara Barone

  6. Hi. I am wondering if these classes are available for everyone?

    • Alma,

      Yes, any person over 18 can take classes. Summer classes start on July 2 and registration for computer lab new students start then. We are located st 2900 W Edinger Avenue in Santa Ana room E108. For more information you can also call 714-241-5736.

      Have a great day,

      Mariella Baldo, Instructor

  7. Is school planning to offer culinary classes?

    • Dear Paul,

      Thank you for your inquiry. Centennial Education Center does not offer culinary classes. Try Google. I found a long list of culinary classes searching google.

      Good Luck.

  8. Excellent page.
    Desire complete information for the next semester, the inscription and the beginning of classes

  9. i think this site is full of helpfull information . for someone that wants to learn and for someone who wants to get ahead in life!!!

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