Bloomington Community Education offers enrichment classes to adults of all ages. Classes are available year-round and can be found in our catalog, which is delivered to Bloomington homes three times per year. Classes are taught by certified and professional instructors as well as members of the community who have a passion for the subject of their class.
Metro South Adult Basic Education offers classes for adults seeking classes in English as a second language, adult diploma, GED, career pathways and college prep.
Learning Exchange offers learning and community involvement opportunities for adults with disabilities.
Bloomington Community Education publishes a catalog of enrichment classes three times per year: August, January, and April. In the catalog you will find information regarding all of our programs and classes for early learners, young learners and adult learners.
Registration for all summer classes and camps is open.
To register call 952-681-6132 or online at bloomington.ce.eleyo.com.
Adult Enrichment Coordinator
Adult Class Registration Secretary
Bloomington Community Education provides over 250 classes to adults including classes in:
- Artistic endeavors
- Business and investment
- Computers and technology
- Culinary skills
- Dance and music
- Health and wellness
- Hobbies and special interests
- Home improvement
- World languages and cultures
You can register for classes five ways: online, by phone, by mail, walk-in, and by fax.
Registration for Summer 2021 classes is open.
- Cancellations that are customer-initiated must be received within five or more business days in order to qualify for a full refund, minus at $10 processing fee, per person, for each class cancelled.
- Cancellations made less than 5 business days prior to the start of the class will not be eligible for a refund.
- There are no refunds issued after the class has begun.
- Community Education reserves the right to cancel a class that does not meet the minimum enrollment.
Do you have a special skill, talent, or hobby that you would like to share with other Bloomington residents? Have you ever wanted to teach a Community Education class? We are seeking proposals for the Fall 2021 session of classes.
Bloomington Community Education knows that the safety of you and your family is very important. Our district has put together a Summer COVID-19 Guidance Plan. Please refer to the plan regarding any questions you have.
Note the plan and screening may change at any time based on updates and guidance from the Minnesota Department of Health and Minnesota Department of Education, as well as directives from ISD 271.
With questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Metro South Adult Basic Education
Metro South Adult Basic Education provides English as a Second Language, Adult Diploma, GED, College Prep, and Career Pathways to Adult Students.
Learning Exchange: Adults with Disabilities
Learning Exchange provides lifelong learning and community involvement opportunities for adults with disabilities. We offer a variety of customized classes and special events, as well as training and accommodations to include adults with disabilities 18 and older in all Community Education activities in Bloomington, Eden Prairie, Edina and Richfield. Classes take place at various locations in the four cities or online.
Learning Exchange is the LE in AR&LE: a consortium of the Adaptive Recreation departments of the cities of Bloomington, Eden Prairie, Edina and Richfield, with Learning Exchange representing the school districts' community education programs.
Accommodations, interpreters and note takers are available for adults with disabilities who wish to participate in community education classes in Bloomington, Eden Prairie, Edina and Richfield. Requests must be placed at least 10 business days before class. Call 952-681-6109 Monday–Friday from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for more information.
Learning Exchange is offering online classes during April through early June.
To receive email updates, email your name and city of residence to: email@example.com.
A participant profile is required to participate in AR&LE programs.
All registration for April through early June classes is online. DO NOT mail or bring registrations or payments in person. Staff may be working offsite.
See additional registration information on the Learning Exchange Classes button above.
If you have registration questions, leave a voicemail with your phone number and the best time to call you back.
Our learners with developmental disabilities need your assistance to get the most out of community education classes structured specifically for them. Classes in cooking, crafts, performing arts, self-development topics and more are held Monday - Thursday evenings during the school year in Bloomington, Eden Prairie, Edina and Richfield. Occasionally, classes are held on select weekends.
Each class needs between one and six volunteers, depending on the activity.
As a volunteer, you start with a brief training so you know what to expect and how to comfortably work with learners.
Single-session classes are 1 to 1.5 hours long, and you can sign up at the beginning of each quarter to help with as few or as many as fit your schedule.
- Complete the volunteer application.
- Return your application:
- Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mail to
2575 West 88th St. #340
Bloomington, MN 55431
- Fax to 952-681-6171. Call 952-681-6121 to let us know if you send a fax.
- We will email you a link to online training to complete at your convenience.
Limited financial assistance may be available to help reduce a Learning Exchange class fee. Fill out and submit this tuition assistance form.
2575 W. 88th St., Room 340
Bloomington MN 55431
Note that Learning Exchange classes are not generally held at this address. See AR&LE catalog or class confirmation for class locations.
952-681-6171 - fax