We offer classes in a variety of locations. Here is the list:
PVAEC is located at 50 Mayo Street, Dover Foxcroft ME 04426
We are located in Penquis Higher Education Center. PHEC is behind the Courthouse and Rite-Aid in the old Mayo Street Elementary School building.
SeDoMoCha Middle School is located at 63 Harrison Ave., Dover-Foxcroft ME 04426
Harrison Ave. is off Summer Street after the Lary Funeral Home. The school is at the end of Harrison Ave. Use the main entrance. Signs will be posted to direct you to your classroom.
Dexter Learning Center is located at 16 Church Street, Dexter ME 04930
This is the Millwork Building, right across the street from Bud’s Shop n’ Save.
Dexter Regional High School and Tri-County Technical Center, 12 Abbott Hill Rd, Dexter ME 04930
Both schools are located on Abbot Hill Rd. From the lights at Spring and Main Streets, turn onto Zion Hill Road to go past True Value and Renys. Continue up Zion Hill and take your first right onto Dustin Street. As Dustin Street veers to the left, take a right onto Abbot Hill Road.
Guilford Learning Center, 4 Library Street, Guilford ME 04443
The Guilford Learning Center is now located at the Guilford Memorial LibraryPiscataquis Community High School, Campus Drive, Guilford, ME 04443
Milo Learning Center, 29 West Main St., Milo ME 04463.
Our Milo Learning Center meets at the MSAD 41 Transportation building. This is the small building at the front of the PVHS/PVMS driveway, formerly the superintendent’s office.
PVHS, 37 West Main St., Milo ME 04463
All other classes in Milo take place at PVHS, which is located at 37 West Main St., on the west side of the bridge. This is Route 16.
If your location is not listed, call us at 564-6525 for more information.
- You can register for enrichment courses online here
- You can register by telephone (you can either pay over the phone, or make arrangements to mail in or drop off your payment). Call us at 207-564-6525 to register by telephone
- You can register by mail. Registration forms are located on the inside back cover of the PVAEC brochure. You can also download/print and mail in a registration form found here.
Please DO NOT send CASH by mail.
If you are interested in any of PVAEC’s academic programs: High School Diploma, HiSET Diploma, College Transitions, Adult Transitions, Career Readiness, CNA or CDL-b, you can enroll with us at any time. Even if your plan is to enroll in a CNA or CDL-b program that’s happening later in the year, you can still enroll with PVAEC to get a headstart on the admission process.
The first step in enrolling in any of our academic programs is setting up an appointment with PVAEC Academic Advisor, Eve Salley. At your intake appointment with Eve, she will go over program requirements with you, help you choose which of our programs best fits your needs, and prepare you for your next steps. You will also be given placement testing, which is called CASAS. CASAS testing will help us determine your strengths and weaknesses. You will then move on to your next step with your academic goals.
To set up your appointment with Eve, you can call her at 207-564-5884, email email@example.com, message her on FACEBOOK or fill out our ONLINE FORM.
We also offer academic programs with ACADEMY OF MEDICAL PROFESSIONS. You can contact Academy of Medical Professions directly for registration or questions about their programs by calling 1-866-516-8274 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We also offer hundreds of online, instructor led courses with ED2GO.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the PVAEC Office at 207-564-6525 or email email@example.com
PVAEC Academic Programs (College Transitions, Career Readiness, High School Diploma, HiSET Diploma and Adult Transitions) are funded by federal and local tax dollars, and are free to all Maine residents.
Our CNA Program typically costs $1,150 and CDL-B is $2,600.
ED2GO Online Courses are $115.
Academy of Medical Professions classes range from $1,850-$3,500 depending on the program.
Enrichment class prices vary depending on projected class participation, supplies and instructor salaries. Enrichment classes are not taxpayer funded, therefore, each class is self-supported. We try to keep enrichment class prices as low as possible.
FMI call 564-6525 or email firstname.lastname@example.org