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Adult & Community Education

There's something for everyone at Royal Palm Beach High School

Welcome to the Royal Palm Beach High School (RPBHS) Department of Adult and Community Education.

RPBHS opened for business in the 1997/98 school year and for many years has been a community resource for children and adults offering classes of high interest to program participants. The Adult Education Office facilitates inter-local agreements with the Village of Royal Palm Beach and Palm Beach State College. We also coordinate facility usage for local residents, as well as facility lease requests for local businesses.

Whether your interest is to seek a GED Diploma in pursuit of higher education or to learn English necessary to obtain gainful employment, Royal Palm Beach High School Adult and Community Education Department has something for you. A variety of course offerings are advertised three times a year in the publication titled "Palm Beach Community Educator" with listings of courses offered at all Palm Beach County community school locations. For your convenience, this brochure is distributed to the mailboxes of 600,000 Palm Beach County households each term.

The Adult and Community Education Office is open:

Monday through Thursday from 2:00pm - 9:00pm

Friday from 9:00am - 4:00pm.

Registration must be completed in-person. For information regarding course offerings please call 561-753-4070 during office hours.


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10600 Okeechobee Boulevard, Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411
Phone: 561.753.4000 | Fax: 561.753.4015

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