Napa Valley College's Community Education is offered throughout the Napa Valley with administrative offices located in St. Helena at the Upper Valley Campus. The program is comprised of workshops, fee-based classes, noncredit (no-fee) classes, educational trips and tours, special events, and short-term vocational training programs. Enjoy a variety of classes to choose from in subject areas such as the arts, writing, culinary arts, gardening/outdoors, computer literacy, modern languages and ESL.
PLEASE NOTE: Napa Valley College is closed on Fridays in June and July.
Napa Valley College Community Education Program Learning StatementAfter attending a Napa Valley College Community Education class, students will be able to use the information received from the class for personal and/or professional development, including a better understanding and/or mastery of specific stated subjects and/or skills.
Community Education Schedule of Classes
Browse the Fall Community Ed schedule and choose from our exciting array of classes. As restrictions related to Covid 19 are easing, we're slowing returning to a schedule that includes some in-person classes that will comply with social distancing and give you the opportunity to begin your return to normal.
Registration options make it easy to take community education and non-credit classes. Instant online registration is available. If you need help with online registration, please review the registration directions.Some classes fill quickly and others may be canceled due to low enrollment on their pre-registration deadline so don't wait to register.