Community Education Programs & Facilities

Community Education

Flagler Community Education is a friendly environment for learning in Flagler County! At FCE we offer a variety of classes from basic computer education to aerobics and strength classes. We have summer camp for K-6, kids & adults tennis, and much more!  Click the links below to learn more about each offering.

21st Century

21st Century Community Learning Center is an after-school enrichment program made possible by a Federal Grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

This program supports the creation of community learning centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours. This program helps students meet the state and local student standards in core academic subjects such as reading and math; offering students a broad array of enrichment activities that will complement their regular academic programs. 21st CCLC offers literacy and other educational services to the families of participating students. ** This is a FREE program for qualifying students**

For more information contact:
Pam Sarria - 386-447-4345 Ext. 1222

Step Up Program

Adults with Special Needs - Life Skills Development Program Learning Skills

Eligibility Requirements for all students:
Must be 22 years or older and have a documented disability.

FTI’s AWD program is a contracted Medical Provider. All participants must have completed an application with the Agency for Persons with Disabilities and either; (a) be on the Medicaid Home & Community based Waiver; (b) be on the waitlist for the HCBS waiver; (c) have documentation from APD stating the student is not eligible for the HCBS waiver and the reason why.

Must be independently mobile in a 1:10 ratio setting and be able to tend to personal needs i.e. feeding, toileting, dressing, grooming, etc. (Student Must Be Continent)

Must not be a danger to self or others.

Must be willing to participate in all program activities.

Must be free of all sexual misconducts, felonies, and/or 2 misdemeanor convictions.

There will be no discrimination for individuals acceptance based on race, creed, religion, age, national origin, disability or sex with regard to admission, training or employment with Flagler School District’s Adults with Disabilities programs.

30-Day Trial Requirement:
All individuals who meet the initial eligibility requirements above will be admitted to the program for a mandatory 30-Day trial period to determine if the eligibility requirements have actually been met and that this is the proper placement for the individual.

For more information contact:
AWD Manager - Jeanne Elliott 
Office Specialist - Rikke McHugh

New Beginnings Program

The New Beginnings Program is meant to help qualified participants with Day Care services while they are attending Flagler Palm Coast High School or Flagler Technical Institute

Who can participate?

- Students enrolled in Flagler Palm Coast High School or FTI Career Programs
- Students enrolled in FTI GED programs and/or ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) students
- Have child(ren) 0-3 years of age
- Low Income (poverty level)