Adult School Law and Legal Definition
Adult school is an educational facility in the U.S. for adult education. The purpose of establishing adult school is to provide the adults who have not completed high school education to continue their education. Adult school is also known as adult high school. In the U.S., a high school is an upper secondary school which educates children from grade nine through grade twelve.
Additionally, adults school provides facility for child care; special integration programs for immigrants and refugees; career counseling and other programs. Special service programs are provided for special needs of adult students. Adult schools provide general interest programs like, computer education also.