Keep Learning with Katy ISD’s Community Education Classes – katy magazine stories

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August 28, 2021

By Natalie Cook Clark

Enrollment is now open for Katy ISD’s Community Education classes that begin next month. Classes meet in the evenings at various Katy high schools and offer a wide variety of continued education classes from finance, languages, art, and more.

Local residents (18+) can learn a wide range of classes offered in Katy ISD’s Community Education program. From learning a foreign language, mastering a business software, stretching out with yoga, or unlocking your creativity in painting; the list of courses is varied.

Register for Community Education Classes

Registration is now open for the fall session of community education classes offered by Katy ISD. Evening classes are offered at Cinco Ranch High School, Taylor High School, the Agricultural Science Center, and Rhythm Inc. Dance Studio. Classes start next month and follow the Katy ISD academic calendar.

Community Education class subjects include classes in the following areas:

Continued Education Benefits Career Development

Whether it’s staying up on the latest computer skills, learning a new language, or simply having fun in an art class; continued education in adults has been proven to be beneficial.

“One of the biggest benefits of continuing education is that it can improve one’s skills in a current job or help gain new skills in preparation for a career change,” states LinkedIn, a major job networking site.

Continued Education Benefits Career Development

Whether it’s staying up on the latest computer skills, learning a new language, or simply having fun in an art class; continued education in adults has been proven to be beneficial.

“One of the biggest benefits of continuing education is that it can improve one’s skills in a current job or help gain new skills in preparation for a career change,” states LinkedIn, a major job networking site.

Many Benefits to Learning a New Skill

Research shows that learning something new has major benefits even if it isn’t for a career or career change. Learning and always being a student can make a major impact on your life and health. Research stresses these possible benefits from continuing to learn:

1. Brain chemistry changes for the better

2. Learning speed increases

3. Becoming a more interesting person

4. Fighting boredom

5. Adapting better to change

6. Warding off or delaying dementia

Classes range from session length and price. Learn more about classes offered and sign up at the website.

Have a course suggestion? Call 281-396-6365.

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