• KC Vandalia registration under way

    Registration for classes at the KC Vandalia Campus for the 2019 fall semester is now in progress. 
    The fall semester begins on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019.
    Taking classes at the Vandalia Campus has advantages, such as saving students travel time and reducing the added expenses of gas and childcare.
    The Vandalia Campus also provides all student services, including placement testing, advising, registration, assistance with financial aid, textbook pickup and making payments.

  • KC doing education center survey

    Kaskaskia College is asking residents to take part in a survey to help the institution best serve its communities through its education centers.
    Residents are asked to go to www.surveymonkey.com/r/kcedcenters and spend a few minutes answering questions about the centers.
    Questions on the survey seek input on the types of programs offered, both credit and non-credit, as well as community education classes for adults, children and seniors.
    The survey will also ask about the centers’ hours of operation.

  • KC offering late-starting classes

    Kaskaskia College will offer a group of late-starting classes for the spring 2019 Semester at the KC Main Campus, education Centers and online.
    These classes are designed with the student’s busy schedule in mind and are held so the student can stay on track toward meeting their educational goals.
    All courses will begin the week of March 18.

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  • KC, Greenville renew 2-2 agreement

    Kaskaskia College and Greenville University have partnered together to offer several programs for students to seamlessly transition from their associate’s degree to their bachelor’s degree.
    Students receive their associate’s degree plus additional credit at KC, then transfer to Greenville University to complete their bachelor’s degree.
    Students can transfer up to 87 credits to receive their degree online in the following majors: business management, criminal justice and organizational leadership.

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  • Registration information for area school districts

    Registration for area schools have been announced:
    The Brownstown School District is again offering online registration for students in grades K-12 through July 31.
    Parents will still need to attend registration on Aug. 9 to fill out medical information and pay any registration fees.
    By registering online, parents will be able to update their children’s information and save time on registration day.
    To register online, parents log in to their TeacherEase account and follow the link at the top of the page.

  • Registration for fall classes at KC now under way

    Registration for classes at the KC Vandalia Campus for the 2018 fall semester is now in progress.
    The fall semester begins Monday, Aug. 13.
    Taking classes at the education center saves students travel time and reduces gas expenses.
    Some of the student services offered at the center include: placement testing; advising; registration; assistance with financial aid; and free tutoring.

  • Honor Rolls

    High Honors
    THIRD GRADE: Michael Becker, Addyson Belcher, Brady Cain, Alyssa Gebke, Haley Hassebrock, Daniel Lewis, Madisen Lux, Olivia Shaw, and Jacob Thomas
    FOURTH GRADE: Gwen Belcher, Beau Chapman, Jackson Chappell, Lauren Gray, Riley Hassebrock, Ava Meier, Olivia Murray, Gesleigh Plummer, Benjamin Spencer, and Kenzi Wilkerson
    FIFTH GRADE: Rylee Doza, Brookelynn Hill, Katie Meyer, Raegan Permenter, Camryn Phelps, Landon Robb, Karsyn Ronholdt, and Kaden Williams

  • Brownstown Students of the Month

    Brownstown Students of the Month for April were: Dalton Lake, son of Matt and Kim Lake, a seventh-grader; and Ashlen Richards, daughter of Darrel Richards and Melissa Willms, a junior.