Monday Night Courses

005 Citizenship          $25
Mondays 6:00-8:00 PM    (Main Bldg)
      Kim Wallace

Kim will lead a group to an understanding of history and testing requirements for people who wish to prepare for the Citizenship test.


003 Blueprint Reading and Understanding  $65

Mondays 6:00 – 8:00 pm Main bldg Michael Pickering

Learn to interpret 2D drawings and understand how they relate to actual three dimensional materials and components. Learn this great skill and applicable to construction jobs and other trades.


021 Lynn’s Colorful Past: How We Got Here – Workers, Radicals, Immigrants  $65
Mondays 6:00-8:00 PM    
(Main Bldg) Crosby

Join Labor Historian Jeff Crosby a for a six week introduction to Lynn’s colorful past. From Lynn’s early Native American settlements to the Civil War, from the shoe industry to General Electric , Crosby  will explore the lives of Lynn residents through the centuries and Lynn’s future development. Lynn has been the source of many our our countries movements for progress, full of abolitionists, fighters for women’s rights, and pioneering unions.  Bring your own family history, visit some historic sights, and have fun.

Lynn, Lynn, City of……Social Justice Movements!


020 Foundations of Childcare Work. Spanish Class by Matahari        $65

Mondays 6:00-8:00 PM   (Main Bldg) Ana Perdomo

Esta clase te dará los conceptos básicos de los servicios disponibles para el cuidado de niños de temprana edad  y conocerás lo que signfica ser una educadora de temprana edad, niñera o Au Pair. Estudiaremos los elementos fundamentales de la educación desde el nacimiento hasta los 8 años de edad. Esto incluye la filosofía y la práctica de la niñez temprana, los contextos psicológicos y sociales de los niños y sus familiares, y la diversidad planes de estudios en los centros de cuidado de niños y en las escuelas. También nos enfocararemos en el método en dónde los niños pequeños son participantes activos de sus proprias vidas.


035 Basic Conversational ESL $65

Lunes  6:00-8:00 PM Main Bldg, Magalie Rowe

Este es un curso de Inglés como Segundo Idioma (ESOL) para principiantes, que necesitan hablar Inglés en el trabajo, en negocios y para interactuar con otras personas. Además van a aprender a escribir y leer en ingles.

This course is geared towards adult learners who need English for work and, as such, concentrates on vocabulary and forms that are useful for the working world, business, and personal interactions or for general use.

Our Adults ESL (English as Second Language) Level 1 (Beginners) course will develop your English fluency by developing the following language skills: verbal, writing, reading and listening.

Learning English with Second Language courses always has its challenges, but it can also open up a world of possibilities that could never have been explored before.


012 Yoga    $65
Monday 4:00- 5:30 PM
  (ECD gym, Annex)   Lisa Lynch 

The focus of this yoga class is to provide an encouraging and invulnerable environment for beginners and advanced beginners to increase flexibility, balance, strength, endurance and awareness of self. In this class you will learn a variety of poses through step by step verbal descriptions and demonstrations with emphasis on moving at your own pace. You will be guided through the foundations of yoga with the use of props and the breath in order to perform the postures successfully and build confidence in a safe and supporting way!

You will need to bring a yoga mat and  a blanket. If you have yoga blocks and/or a yoga belt that will be helpful. Looking forward to practicing with you. Namaste!

Tuesday Night Courses

026 Acrylic Painting $65 plus $20 Material fee

Tuesday Main Building 6:00 – 8:00 PM  Jennica Pratt

Acrylic painting is ideal for the beginner or intermediate student. The class will cover color mixing, paint application and selection and use of brushes. Students will be guided step-by-step to replicate the weekly featured painting.


014 Cake Decorating        $65 plus Material Fee
Tuesdays 6:00-8:00 PM  (Tiger’s Den, Annex)    Luis “Carlos” Mendoca

Chef Carlos will introduce students to cake decorating tools, techniques and concepts. During the first three sessions, students will learn to torte, frost and decorate beautiful buttercream cakes with a variety of decorations and piping styles. The following three weeks students will learn to wrap and emboss fondant cakes as well as create amazing sugar paste decorations. Imaginations encouraged!


012 Introduction to Oil Burner Technician    $65
Tuesdays 6:00-8:00 PM
        Jim Walsh

Jim will introduce students to basic electrical controls, oil burner operation and safety, all components, sequences and operations associated with home heating systems. There will also be discussions on careers in the HVAC industry


003 Carpentry             $65 plus Material Fee
Tuesdays 6:00 – 8:00 PM (Carpentry Shop, Main)   Fred Dupuis

This class will teach the aspiring Woodworker how to safely handle the tools of the trade.  Students will learn how to build a project discussed with the class by following the set of blue prints and instructions.  Power tools and hand tool safety and use will be covered.


Wednesday Night Courses

Teacher’s Aide Test Prep

Wednesday 6:00-8:00PM (Main Bldg) Rachel Tose

If you are interested in becoming a teacher’s aide or in working with children in an educational setting, you will want to take the ParaProfessional Assessment test. The ParaProfessional Assessment Test measures the skills and knowledge in reading, writing and math needed for prospective and practicing teacher’s aides. So this class is designed to help you prepare to take the test with confidence. Also this class will review materials applicable to the test and practice the test. * High School Diploma or GED required. Please call 781-417-9002, if you need further information.


007 Conversational Spanish $65
Wednesday 6:00-8:00PM (Room 3105, Main Bldg) Magalie Rowe

In Conversational Spanish, veteran ESL teacher and native Spanish speaker Ms Rowe will introduce helpful Spanish language phrases for any interested person. Spanish learners of all levels are welcome. Limited to 25 students.

It is important to learn Spanish because Spanish is, by far, the most spoken non-English language in the U.S. More than 50 million people speak Spanish in this country and they are an important group of clients for any type of business and organizations.

Magalie Rowe, MAT (Master Teaching Spanish)
Former Professor at Boston College & UNH, Spanish Teacher Lynn Public Schools.


009 Cooking  $65 plus materials

Wednesdays 6:00 – 8:00 pm (Tiger’s Den, Annex)

Chef Bill Morelli will help students plan and deliver the most scrumptious meals.


006S Computer Applications in Spanish. Beginner Level    $65
Wednesdays  6:00-8:00PM
    (Data Center, Main)       Michelle Guzman

Esta clase es para personas que no han tenido experiencia con computadoras o su conocimiento es básico. Juntos aprenderemos a conocer las computadoras, los diferentes medios de uso de internet y los programas disponibles en las computadoras. También conoceremos los programas básicos de Microsoft y cómo nos ayudan en el diario vivir.


015 Introduction to Welding    $65 plus  material fee
Wednesdays 6:00-9:00PM
   (Main Bldg, Room 3075)   Arthur Badger

Art will cover safety and health requirements pertaining to the welding trade. They will also teach students how to properly set up and perform basic welding on carbon steel. Limited to 16 students.