Community Resource Guide: Education 

List of Waltham Public Schools


Waltham Headstart


WATCH’s Adult Education Program

Offers basic, intermediate, and advanced English classes and tutoring, as well as GED/Hi-Set classes and Citizenship Classes.

English classes are Mondays/Wednesdays or Tuesdays/Thursdays (come twice a week); at either 10 am - noon or 6-8 pm.

GED classes are offered Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5-7 pm, during the school year only (no summer class).

Call Brian Logue, the director, at x202 for more information on how to apply. Cost is $60 per semester; fee waiver application available.

24 Crescent Street, Suite 201

Waltham, MA, 02453 

781-891-6689 x 202


Middlesex Community College Free HiSET/GED Evening Classes

Mondays & Wednesdays, 6 pm-9 pm

McDevitt Middle School, 75 Church Street

Contact: Katherine Innis, 781-280-3665;

innisk@middlesex.mass.edu


Bentley University ESL Tutoring Program

Offers various classes, including ESL, Practice English GED, Citizenship, and Computer.

510 Moody Street

Waltham MA, 02453

781-891-2000


Waltham Family School

A program of the Waltham Public Schools. Adult education with simultaneous educational childcare for families with children ages 2.9-5.  Teachers speak Spanish and teach English. Meets 4 days a week.

510 Moody Street

Waltham, MA, 02453

781-314-5696


Massachusetts Adult Literacy Hotline
Provides information about education opportunities in your area.

1-800-447-8844


State of MA Special Education Services


Project LIFT

Offers supportive relationships between advocates and committed individuals who need to gain confidence and skills to enter and succeed in the workplace.

339 Dudley St
Boston, MA, 02119
617-427-1154


Cambridge Community Learning Center

5 Western Ave

Cambridge, MA, 02139

617-349-6363