Helpful Links

  • CTE End of Program Survey 2020-21

  • Resources for Students with Disabilities (hotlink to the disabilities page above)
    This is an excellent resource for students with physical, learning, or emotional health challenges to get the resources they need to be successful. The website includes definitions, online resources and apps to help students succeed, and highlight colleges that provide extra support for students with those challenges.
  • Online Course Evaluation
    Click the link above to take an online course evaluation.
  • Guide to Anxiety and Sleep uide-sleep/
  • How Does Trauma Affect Sleep?
  • Mental Illness and Sleep Disorders
    School behavior standards shall be coordinated district-wide, with particular attention to applying the standards for discrimination, intimidation, harassment, and bullying behavior fairly and consistently among schools at the same grade level. Schools will follow district guidelines and policies according to the Education Code and school rules pertaining to related matters such as discrimination, intimidation, harassment, bullying,suspension and expulsion.
  • Government Agencies/Services Organizations
    View a complete list of government departments and agencies.
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    If you, or someone you know, is in suicidal crisis or emotional distress please call 1-800-273-TALK. Who should call? Anyone who feels sad, hopeless, or suicidal. Family and friends who are concerned about a loved one. Anyone interested in mental health treatment and service referrals.
  • California Youth Crisis Line
    California Coalition for Youth offers support, encouragement, and referrals to youth needing assistance or in crisis situations. The California Youth Crisis Line connects an average of 12,000 callers with vital resources annually.
  • One-Stop Career Center, Hayward
    Rubicon finds support that’s right for each individual, enabling them to overcome life’s twists and turns and continue on the path of a healthy, productive life. Rubicon provides employment, housing, mental health, legal and other supportive services to thousands of low-income individuals each year in some of the East Bay’s hardest hit communities.
  • Community Resources
    Locate resources in your community, including post offices, schools, colleges, green communities, public service and volunteer opportunities, income and poverty information, and more.
  • CRIL
    Community Resources for Independent Living is a peer-based disability organization that advocates and provides resources for people with disabilities to improve lives and make communities fully accessible.
  • Student Goal Setting Form - HS Diploma, GED, and Academic Transitions
  • Weekly Schedule of Churches Providing Hot Meals & Showers
  • Privacy Statement 

    Castro Valley Adult & Career Education is committed to maintaining the privacy of student personal information needed for registration and student records. All information collected will be protected within our agency and will not be sold for profit. Aggregated student enrollment and learning outcomes data (except Community Interest classes) is shared with Department of Education and Adult Education Consortia member agencies for required data reporting. All education agencies and their staff are bound by contract and by law to maintain confidential information according to the standards set forth by the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (“FERPA”), by the California Education Code section 49073.1 and, as appropriate, by the Health Information Privacy Protection Act (“HIPPA”). We strictly adhere to California Department of Education Privacy Policy, Government Code §11015.5, dated July 1, 2001 in our on-site and on-line registration procedures and management of student records.


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Castro Valley Adult and Career Education

Serving the community since 1969

4430 Alma Avenue
Castro Valley, CA 94546
P: 510-886-1000
F: 510-537-8537
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CVUSD is committed to providing equal opportunity for all individuals in education. District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination, intimidation, harassment and bullying based on race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. Violations of this policy should be reported immediately to the site administrator(s) at District Schools. Inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Director of Student Services, 4400 Alma Avenue, Castro Valley CA 94546, 510-537-3000 x 1257