Continuing Education Office Phone: (412)344-2020

*General information about registering, additional contact information, and entrance locations can be found at the bottom of the page.


SPRING ADULT CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES

FINE ARTS



No. 201 GREAT MOVIES
START DATE: Tuesday, April 4th
Fee: Res.-$41; Nonres.-$45; G.C.-$37
Tues. 7:00-9:30 PM
INSTRUCTOR: Elaine Wertheim
Join us for movies you missed or movies you want to see again. This series will included: ROMAN DE GARE, LOVING and 3 other worthwhile films NEW STUDENTS CALL ELAINE WERTHEIM AFTER REGISTERING 412-341-4463 LIMIT 20 STUDENTS. THIS IS A 5 WEEK CLASS. NO CLASS ON APRIL 18TH

No. 401 GREAT MOVIES
START DATE: Thursday, April 6th
Fee: Res.-$41; Nonres.-$45; G.C.-$37
Thurs. 7:00-9:30 PM
INSTRUCTOR: Elaine Wertheim
Join us for movies you missed or movies you want to see again. This series will included: ROMAN DE GARE, LOVING and 3 other worthwhile films NEW STUDENTS CALL ELAINE WERTHEIM AFTER REGISTERING 412-341-4463 LIMIT 20 STUDENTS. THIS IS A 5 WEEK CLASS. NO CLASS ON APRIL 20TH

No. 301 ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS
START DATE: Wednesday, April 12th
Fee: Res.-$33; Nonres.-$37; G.C.-$30
Weds. 7:00-9:30 PM
INSTRUCTOR: Elaine Wertheim
Alfred Hitchcock said, Drama is life with the dull bits cut out. Join us for 4 Hitchcock gems including THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH and SABOTEUR. NEW STUDENTS CALL ELAINE WERTHEIM AFTER REGISTERING. 412-341-4463 LIMIT 20 STUDENTS THIS IS A 4 WEEK CLASS. NO CLASS ON APRIL 19TH


HEALTH & RECREATION



No. 206 STRENGTH & CARDIOVASCULAR CONDITIONING
START DATE: Tuesday, April 18th
Fee: Res. $50; Nonres. $55; G.C. $45
Tues. & Thur. 6:30-7:45 PM Fitness Center Jefferson Elementary
INSTRUCTOR: Matt Capan
Begin or continue a regular exercise regimen. The one hour and fifteen minute format will include circuit strength training, cardio/aerobic fitness, proper stretching techniques and some polymeric exercise. Class will be a challenge and fun for all participants. Consult with your physician before beginning any regular exercise. Class size is limited to 22. SIX WEEKS
(Use small parking lot at the corner of Ruth Street and Bower Hill. Follow sidewalk from end of lot to the front entrance marked "Jefferson Elementary School". Enter double doors, find stairwell to the left, go down one floor. We are in the Auxiliary Gym.) NO CLASS MAY 11TH OR 18TH.

No. 207 STRENGTH & CARDIOVASCULAR CONDITIONING
START DATE: Tuesday, April 18th
Fee: Res. $50; Nonres. $55; G.C. $45
Tues. & Thur. 8:00-9:15 PM Fitness Center Jefferson Elementary
INSTRUCTOR: Matt Capan
Begin or continue a regular exercise regimen. The one hour and fifteen minute format will include circuit strength training, cardio/aerobic fitness, proper stretching techniques and some polymeric exercise. Class will be a challenge and fun for all participants. Consult with your physician before beginning any regular exercise. Class size is limited to 22. SIX WEEKS
(Use small parking lot at the corner of Ruth Street and Bower Hill. Follow sidewalk from end of lot to the front entrance marked "Jefferson Elementary School". Enter double doors, find stairwell to the left, go down one floor. We are in the Auxiliary Gym.) NO CLASS MAY 11TH OR 18TH

No. 102 FOOT IT and BARRE IT (EXERCISE CLASS)
START DATE: Monday, April 24th
Fee: Res. $40; Nonres. $45; G.C. $35
Mon. & Wed. 7:00-8:00 PM HS Dance Studio, D-105
INSTRUCTOR: Meghan Moran
Have fun and get fit! MONDAY’S class begins with a variety of fun & inspiring cardio dance routines followed by toning and stretching. WEDNESDAY’S class will sculpt your body using the barre, thera-bands and hand weights, followed by core work on the floor and a generous stretch (infusing Ballet, Pilates, and Yoga exercises). These classes are the perfect complement to each other. Get ready to burn calories, strengthen your core, sculpt those trouble spots, and leave in a more peaceful state. Monday: Bring a mat & bottle of water. Wednesday: Bring a mat, bottle of water, 5 lb. hand weights, & thera-band (available for purchase or BYO). No sneakers. Sticky socks/dance shoes/barefoot only. FIVE WEEKS. NO CLASS ON Wednesday, May 17th and Monday, May 29th
(Park in the South lot; enter via B-9)

No. 501 BOOT IT
START DATE: Fridays, 4/21;5/5;5/12;5/26;and 6/9
Fee: Res. $27; Nonres. $30; G.C. $22
Fri. 6:30-7:30 PM HS RM Fitness Room
INSTRUCTOR: Meghan Moran
This class is an indoor/outdoor boot camp style training course that combines cardio and toning exercises to get a total body workout. It will begin with a warm-up and then will include cardio and strength training intervals. Outside use of the field is dependent on weather. Participants should bring water and a mat. FIVE WEEKS
(Use entrance AA-7, Athletic Complex via South Parking Lot)

YOGA


Bring a yoga mat & water. Blocks, blankets, straps or towels optional. Participants can sign up to attend 1, 2, or 3-classes per week. Please indicate the sessions you plan on attending when you register.
1 class/ week (5 weeks): R $33, NR $36, GC $28
2 classes/ week (5 weeks): R $60, NR $65, GC $50
3 classes/ week (5 weeks): R $85, NR $90, GC $75
(Park in the South lot; enter via B-9)

No. 502 BASICS & FOUNDATIONS – SATURDAY’S ONLY
START DATE: Saturday, April 22nd
Sat. 9:00-10:00 AM HS Aux. Dance Studio, D-106
INSTRUCTOR: Erin McAuley
Class focuses on yoga as a "science of the mind" to incorporate into the asana practice. This class was designed for the beginner yoga students. SIX WEEKS
DROP INS ARE WELCOME AT $7 PER CLASS!

No. 202 RESTORATIVE VINYASA
START DATE: Tuesday, April 11th
Tues 7:15—8:15 PM HS RM D-106
INSTRUCTOR: Erin McAuley
Mild to moderate "flow" with dynamic breathing and synchronized movement. Open, relax, reinvigorate, nourish & restore. SIX WEEKS
DROP INS ARE WELCOME AT $7 PER CLASS!

No. 503 RESTORATIVE VINYASA
START DATE: Saturday, April 22nd
Sat 10:15—11:15 AM HS RM D-106
INSTRUCTOR: Erin McAuley
Mild to moderate "flow" with dynamic breathing and synchronized movement. Open, relax, reinvigorate, nourish & restore. SIX WEEKS
DROP INS ARE WELCOME AT $7 PER CLASS!

No. 409 ENERGY FLOW (VINYASSA) YOGA
START DATE: Thursday, April 20th
Thurs. 7:15-8:15 PM HS RM D-106
INSTRUCTOR: Erin McAuley
Link breath and movement in a rhythmic dance that frees the mind, physically wrings out and balances all parts of the self. This class includes several sun salutations to help build heat, align and strengthen the body. SIX WEEKS
DROP INS ARE WELCOME AT $7 PER CLASS!

SPECIAL INTEREST COURSES



No. 101 DRIVER EDUCATION
STATE DATE: April 24, 25, 26, 27, May 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, and 9
Mon. 6:00PM –9:00 PM HS RM D-302
INSTRUCTORS: Mr. Antis, Mr. DeHaas, Mr. Herzog, and Mr. Sliacky
To be eligible for this program, students must meet one of the following criteria: (1) Be under the age of 18, or, (2) still be enrolled in high school. The Mt. Lebanon Driver Education Program is a state accredited program that meets the 30 hours of theory and 6 hours of car instruction that most insurance companies are looking for. Our full program is a 3-tiered approach. Students in in this program will attend 30 hours of theory (classroom) instruction at Mt. Lebanon High School, be required to complete 3 sessions in our state of the art driving simulator, and are also given on-road instruction with one of our in car instructors. We do not administer the permit test, but are able to administer the licensing test upon the completion of our full program. We use our own vehicle (parked outside of entrance B9) and our instructors have their own brake and mirror on the passenger side of the car.


Students who successfully complete the Mt. Lebanon theory/simulation class are eligible for road instruction and license testing with Mt. Lebanon program certified instructors. Can I register if I'm only fifteen? Students without a permit can still enroll in our full program, but cannot do the on the road instruction until they have passed the permit test. We have many students who take our program that have to contact us after they get their permit for on the road instruction. We ask that you register for the full program, but let us know when you get your permit, so we can begin the on the road instruction.


I did the theory portion of driver education elsewhere. Can I take the car portion of the driver education program at Mt. Lebanon High School?
Students who have taken and passed the theory component of driver education outside of Mt. Lebanon can sign up for the car only part of our program (but we must see proof that you have completed the theory program elsewhere).


When is the best time to take a driver education program? Ideally, you want to take driver education classes when you are preparing for your permit test. However, that doesn't work perfectly for everyone. Our program is a large time commitment, so you should take it when it best fits your schedule. Driver Education classes are offered year round. Typically, classes are offered in early September, late October, January, May, and multiple times over the summer. Students should take the class nearest their 16th birthday, and one that is not too demanding on their schedule as it is a 30-hour classroom commitment, 3-simulator sessions, and multiple sessions in the car. For additional information on our driver education program, please call (412) 344-2020.
Mt. Lebanon Residents: Fee - $375.00 (Complete Program)
Nonresidents – Fee - $390.00 (Complete Program)
Car Instruction Only / License Test – Fee - $300.00

No. 403 BALLROOM BEGINNING
START DATE: Thursday, April 20th
Fee: Res. $42; Nonres. $45; G.C. $39
Thurs. 7:00-9:00 PM HS RM D-204
INSTRUCTOR: Ruth Sanders
Tired of not knowing what to do on the dance floor? Stop jumping around and learn to dance. This course is an introduction to the social side of ballroom dance. Students will learn the basic patterns and proper techniques in a fun and easy going atmosphere while developing self-confidence on the dance floor. The class will cover the most commonly used dances: foxtrot, swing, cha-cha, waltz and others. Let’s dance. SIX WEEKS

No. 302 PRACTICAL PLUMBING
START DATE: Wednesday, April 19th
Fee: Res. $87; Nonres. $92; G.C. $82
Wed. 7:00-9:00 PM HS RM E-308
INSTRUCTOR: Mike Feligno
If you’re interested in learning or own a property and want to be able to maintain it then this course will be very beneficial. You won't be disappointed. All you need to bring is some writing material and your enthusiasm. We ask that you think about what you would like to learn and write those concerns down. It’s my job to make you feel at home and comfortable in asking any questions. Every question is important. I judge my performance on how engaged people are with this course. There is a huge amount of straightforward jobs that can be done around the home. I am here to show you how to do them. Whatever areas or concerns you want me to discuss, I will be more than happy to do that. You will be able to tackle the vast majority of plumbing issues the average person is confronted with. Finally, you will know what to do in a leak emergency and how to add on that needed addition bathroom. This class should also help with basic preventive maintenance on Aerators, Clothes Washers, Dishwashers, Pressure Regulators, Showerheads, Toilets: Tune-up kits, Types of toilets, Toilet parts, Toilet troubleshooting, Water Heaters, and Water Softeners/Water Treatment Units. *Cost includes supplies needed. SEVEN WEEKS

No. 405 DRAWING FOR THE BEGINNING ARTIST
START DATE: Thursday, April 20th
Fee: Res. $45; Nonres. $50; G.C. $40
Thurs. 6:30-8:00 PM HS RM C-314
INSTRUCTOR: Howard Bender
Unleash your creativity and discover your fundamental drawing skills, abilities, and personal modes of expression with the use of basic drawing. Work in charcoal, pencil, ink, wash, and other materials learning to use line, value, gesture, and perspective. Students will work with a variety of subjects, including the figure, still life, and landscape and explore patterns, shapes and color. Learning a strong foundation in drawing will support work in all of the visual arts. Six weeks

No. 204 PHOTOGRAPHY Part I
START DATE: Tuesday, April 11th
Fee: Res. $45; Nonres. $50; G.C. $40
Tues. 7:00-9:00 PM HS RM F-305
INSTRUCTOR: Victor Blandburg
DSLR: Are take you ready to take you camera off auto? Topics include F stop, ISO, Shutter speed, composition, stop motion, proper exposure, and three point lighting. Course includes weekly assignments with review. Software and photo editing are also covered. Bring your DSLR and a few photos to first class for review. FIVE WEEKS

No. 402 PHOTOGRAPHY Part II –BUILDING ON THE BASICS
START DATE: Thursday, April 6th
Fee: Res. $45; Nonres. $50; G.C. $40
Thurs. 7:00-9:00 PM HS RM F-305
INSTRUCTOR: Victor Blandburg
Now that you have your DSLR camera off auto, whats next? In this class we will build on what we learned by exploring more detail on photography basics: composition, perspective, stop motion, filters (Black and White), focal length and external flash photography and a bit of studio lighting for products. This class is designed for people with DSLR experience that want to further their knowledge. FIVE WEEKS

No. 103 INTRODUCTION TO HAND TOOL WOODWORKING
START DATE: Monday, April 10th
Fee: Res. $68; Nonres. $72; G.C. $64
Mon. 6:30-9:30 PM HS RM E-308
INSTRUCTOR: Ken Bayer
This course is an introduction to hand tool woodworking for those power tool woodworkers who would like to add some hand tool techniques to their repertoire. The course will cover the preparation and use of planes, chisels, scrapers, saws and will include an introduction to hand cut dovetails. The course is limited to 12 participants. The instructor will discuss the materials and tools required in the first session. SIX WEEK. NO CLASS ON MONDAY, APRIL 17TH

No. 404 HOW TO SAVE AND PAY FOR COLLEGE WITHOUT GOING BROKE
START DATE: Thursday, April 27th
Fee: Res. $12; Nonres. $14; G.C. $10
Thurs. 7:00-9:00 PM HS RM C-304
INSTRUCTOR: Gregory A. Phillips
This college funding workshop will benefit parents with children of any age. Learn the six steps to maximize college funding, the four ways to pay for college, how college financial aid works, ten options to save for college with their pros and cons, four costliest mistakes parents make, and budget strategies to pay the least amount possible for college bills. ONE NIGHT CLASS

No. 211 HOW TO SAVE AND PAY FOR COLLEGE WITHOUT GOING BROKE
START DATE: Tuesday, May 23rd
Fee: Res. $12; Nonres. $14; G.C. $10
Tues. 7:00-9:00 PM HS RM C-304
INSTRUCTOR: Gregory A. Phillips
This college funding workshop will benefit parents with children of any age. Learn the six steps to maximize college funding, the four ways to pay for college, how college financial aid works, ten options to save for college with their pros and cons, four costliest mistakes parents make, and budget strategies to pay the least amount possible for college bills. ONE NIGHT CLASS

No. 104 COLLEGE SAT – VERBAL
START DATE: Monday, April 3rd
Fee: Res. $75; Nonres. $90
Mon. & Weds. 6:00-8:00 PM HS RM C-302
INSTRUCTOR: Katy Grant
High School Students! Plan to increase word power and to improve your SAT score. Review verbal skills and strategies for test taking. Starts and will finish just in time for the test date. Register now! Class size limited for individual attention. FOUR WEEKS MEETING TWO NIGHTS PER WEEK. STUDENTS NEED TO PURCHASE A BARRON’S SAT 28th EDITION. NO CLASS ON APRIL 12TH or 17TH

No. 205 COLLEGE SAT – MATH
START DATE: Tuesday, April 4th
Fee: Res. $75; Nonres. $90
Tues. & Thurs. 6:00-8:00 PM HS RM C-302
INSTRUCTOR: Jennifer Marsh
High School students can improve their chances for higher scores on the math section of SAT College Entrance Exam.
Improve your odds on being accepted to that college you have always wanted to attend. Starts and will finish just in time for the test date. Class size limited for individual attention. STUDENTS NEED TO PURCHASE KAPLAN MATH WORKBOOK FOR THE NEW SAT. FOUR WEEKS MEETING TWO NIGHTS PER WEEK. NO CLASS ON APRIL 13TH

No. 208 i-PHONE/i-PAD
START DATE: Tuesday, April 11th
Fee: Res. $48; Nonres. $53; G.C. $43
Tues. 6:00-8:00 PM HS RM C-312
INSTRUCTOR: Leanna Lucas
Become familiar with basic functions and usage of the iPhone, and also explore some useful and easy-to-learn functions that are slightly beyond the basics. We will explore some popular apps, including some apps that are “must-haves” for quick reference and life hacks. We will also explore apps within specialized themes such as shopping, social media, games, music, photos, video, news, travel, finance, and more! Though the course will focus primarily on iPhone, you can learn a lot about your iPad as well. Most apps and techniques apply to both, and we can spend some time focusing specifically on the iPad device as needed. Bring your devices so you can practice while we learn, and I will address individual questions as well. Please note that this course applies only to Apple devices (iPhone/iPad) and NOT Android devices. SIX WEEKS

No. 303 NRA HOME FIREARMS SAFETY
START DATE: Wednesday, May 3rd
Fee: Res. $22; Nonres. $25; G.C. $16
Wed. 6:30-9:00 PM HS RM C-321
INSTRUCTOR: Mark Yaworski
The course will cover the rules for safe gun handling, identifying and unloading different types of firearms, types of
ammunition, and safe storage of firearms. There are no prerequisites for this course. There is a $12 lab fee for materials payable to the instructor on the first night of class. THIS CLASS DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY SHOOTING. NEITHER GUNS NOR AMMUNITION MAY BE BROUGHT TO THE CLASS. Limit 16. TWO NIGHT CLASS

No. 105 BASKETBALL – LEAGUE
START DATE: Monday, May 8th
Fee: Res. : Team (nine players)-$320/team; Additional players (up to 2)-$40/player
Reversible league jersey-$12 each
Forfeit fee-$75
Mon. – Thurs. 7:30-10:00 PM
INSTRUCTOR: Dick Black/David Black
Athletic Complex-Auxiliary Gyms – Gold Gym (A101) and South Gym
Competitive five-on-five basketball league for adult residents and Mt. Lebanon graduates in its 57th year. Email dblack@mtlsd.net for Team Entry/Roster Form. Team captains can bring Entry/Roster Form completed with players’
names & addresses along with payment for fees to the Athletic Building Lobby between 8:00-9:00 PM on Tuesday, May 2nd. Teams making the playoffs will be responsible for the additional cost of licensed referees. SEVEN WEEKS. NO CLASS MAY 29h OR JUNE 8TH. Use entrance AA-7, Athletic Complex via South Parking Lot

SUMMER ADULT CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES


No. 601 DRIVER EDUCATION
STATE DATE: June 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27
Mon. 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM HS Fine Arts Little Theater

INSTRUCTORS: Mr. Antis, Mr. DeHaas, Mr. Herzog, and Mr. Sliacky
To be eligible for this program, students must meet one of the following criteria: (1) Be under the age of 18, or, (2) still be enrolled in high school. The Mt. Lebanon Driver Education Program is a state accredited program that meets the 30 hours of theory and 6 hours of car instruction that most insurance companies are looking for. Our full program is a 3-tiered approach. Students in in this program will attend 30 hours of theory (classroom) instruction at Mt. Lebanon High School, be required to complete 3 sessions in our state of the art driving simulator, and are also given on-road instruction with one of our in car instructors. We do not administer the permit test, but are able to administer the licensing test upon the completion of our full program. We use our own vehicle (parked outside of entrance B9) and our instructors have their own brake and mirror on the passenger side of the car.


Students who successfully complete the Mt. Lebanon theory/simulation class are eligible for road instruction and license testing with Mt. Lebanon program certified instructors. Can I register if I'm only fifteen? Students without a permit can still enroll in our full program, but cannot do the on the road instruction until they have passed the permit test. We have many students who take our program that have to contact us after they get their permit for on the road instruction. We ask that you register for the full program, but let us know when you get your permit, so we can begin the on the road instruction.


I did the theory portion of driver education elsewhere. Can I take the car portion of the driver education program at Mt. Lebanon High School?
Students who have taken and passed the theory component of driver education outside of Mt. Lebanon can sign up for the car only part of our program (but we must see proof that you have completed the theory program elsewhere).


When is the best time to take a driver education program? Ideally, you want to take driver education classes when you are preparing for your permit test. However, that doesn't work perfectly for everyone. Our program is a large time commitment, so you should take it when it best fits your schedule. Driver Education classes are offered year round. Typically, classes are offered in early September, late October, January, May, and multiple times over the summer. Students should take the class nearest their 16th birthday, and one that is not too demanding on their schedule as it is a 30-hour classroom commitment, 3-simulator sessions, and multiple sessions in the car. For additional information on our driver education program, please call (412) 344-2020.

Mt. Lebanon Residents: Fee - $375.00 (Complete Program)
Nonresidents– Fee - $390.00 (Complete Program)
Car Instruction Only / License Test – Fee - $300.00

No. 602 DRIVER EDUCATION
STATE DATE: June 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27
Mon. 1:00 PM –4:00 PM HS Fine Arts Little Theater

INSTRUCTORS: Mr. Antis, Mr. DeHaas, Mr. Herzog, and Mr. Sliacky
To be eligible for this program, students must meet one of the following criteria: (1) Be under the age of 18, or, (2) still be enrolled in high school. The Mt. Lebanon Driver Education Program is a state accredited program that meets the 30 hours of theory and 6 hours of car instruction that most insurance companies are looking for. Our full program is a 3-tiered approach. Students in in this program will attend 30 hours of theory (classroom) instruction at Mt. Lebanon High School, be required to complete 3 sessions in our state of the art driving simulator, and are also given on-road instruction with one of our in car instructors. We do not administer the permit test, but are able to administer the licensing test upon the completion of our full program. We use our own vehicle (parked outside of entrance B9) and our instructors have their own brake and mirror on the passenger side of the car.


Students who successfully complete the Mt. Lebanon theory/simulation class are eligible for road instruction and license testing with Mt. Lebanon program certified instructors. Can I register if I'm only fifteen? Students without a permit can still enroll in our full program, but cannot do the on the road instruction until they have passed the permit test. We have many students who take our program that have to contact us after they get their permit for on the road instruction. We ask that you register for the full program, but let us know when you get your permit, so we can begin the on the road instruction.


I did the theory portion of driver education elsewhere. Can I take the car portion of the driver education program at Mt. Lebanon High School?
Students who have taken and passed the theory component of driver education outside of Mt. Lebanon can sign up for the car only part of our program (but we must see proof that you have completed the theory program elsewhere).


When is the best time to take a driver education program? Ideally, you want to take driver education classes when you are preparing for your permit test. However, that doesn't work perfectly for everyone. Our program is a large time commitment, so you should take it when it best fits your schedule. Driver Education classes are offered year round. Typically, classes are offered in early September, late October, January, May, and multiple times over the summer. Students should take the class nearest their 16th birthday, and one that is not too demanding on their schedule as it is a 30-hour classroom commitment, 3-simulator sessions, and multiple sessions in the car. For additional information on our driver education program, please call (412) 344-2020.

Mt. Lebanon Residents: Fee - $375.00 (Complete Program)
Nonresidents– Fee - $390.00 (Complete Program)
Car Instruction Only / License Test – Fee - $300.00

No. 603 DRIVER EDUCATION
STATE DATE: July 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, 25
Mon. 9:00AM –12:00 PM HS Fine Arts Little Theater

INSTRUCTORS: Mr. Antis, Mr. DeHaas, Mr. Herzog, and Mr. Sliacky
To be eligible for this program, students must meet one of the following criteria: (1) Be under the age of 18, or, (2) still be enrolled in high school. The Mt. Lebanon Driver Education Program is a state accredited program that meets the 30 hours of theory and 6 hours of car instruction that most insurance companies are looking for. Our full program is a 3-tiered approach. Students in in this program will attend 30 hours of theory (classroom) instruction at Mt. Lebanon High School, be required to complete 3 sessions in our state of the art driving simulator, and are also given on-road instruction with one of our in car instructors. We do not administer the permit test, but are able to administer the licensing test upon the completion of our full program. We use our own vehicle (parked outside of entrance B9) and our instructors have their own brake and mirror on the passenger side of the car.


Students who successfully complete the Mt. Lebanon theory/simulation class are eligible for road instruction and license testing with Mt. Lebanon program certified instructors. Can I register if I'm only fifteen? Students without a permit can still enroll in our full program, but cannot do the on the road instruction until they have passed the permit test. We have many students who take our program that have to contact us after they get their permit for on the road instruction. We ask that you register for the full program, but let us know when you get your permit, so we can begin the on the road instruction.


I did the theory portion of driver education elsewhere. Can I take the car portion of the driver education program at Mt. Lebanon High School?
Students who have taken and passed the theory component of driver education outside of Mt. Lebanon can sign up for the car only part of our program (but we must see proof that you have completed the theory program elsewhere).


When is the best time to take a driver education program? Ideally, you want to take driver education classes when you are preparing for your permit test. However, that doesn't work perfectly for everyone. Our program is a large time commitment, so you should take it when it best fits your schedule. Driver Education classes are offered year round. Typically, classes are offered in early September, late October, January, May, and multiple times over the summer. Students should take the class nearest their 16th birthday, and one that is not too demanding on their schedule as it is a 30-hour classroom commitment, 3-simulator sessions, and multiple sessions in the car. For additional information on our driver education program, please call (412) 344-2020.

Mt. Lebanon Residents: Fee - $375.00 (Complete Program)
Nonresidents– Fee - $390.00 (Complete Program)
Car Instruction Only / License Test – Fee - $300.00

No. 604 DRIVER EDUCATION
STATE DATE: July 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, 25
Mon. 1:00 PM –4:00 PM HS Fine Arts Little Theater

INSTRUCTORS: Mr. Antis, Mr. DeHaas, Mr. Herzog, and Mr. Sliacky
To be eligible for this program, students must meet one of the following criteria: (1) Be under the age of 18, or, (2) still be enrolled in high school. The Mt. Lebanon Driver Education Program is a state accredited program that meets the 30 hours of theory and 6 hours of car instruction that most insurance companies are looking for. Our full program is a 3-tiered approach. Students in in this program will attend 30 hours of theory (classroom) instruction at Mt. Lebanon High School, be required to complete 3 sessions in our state of the art driving simulator, and are also given on-road instruction with one of our in car instructors. We do not administer the permit test, but are able to administer the licensing test upon the completion of our full program. We use our own vehicle (parked outside of entrance B9) and our instructors have their own brake and mirror on the passenger side of the car.


Students who successfully complete the Mt. Lebanon theory/simulation class are eligible for road instruction and license testing with Mt. Lebanon program certified instructors. Can I register if I'm only fifteen? Students without a permit can still enroll in our full program, but cannot do the on the road instruction until they have passed the permit test. We have many students who take our program that have to contact us after they get their permit for on the road instruction. We ask that you register for the full program, but let us know when you get your permit, so we can begin the on the road instruction.


I did the theory portion of driver education elsewhere. Can I take the car portion of the driver education program at Mt. Lebanon High School?
Students who have taken and passed the theory component of driver education outside of Mt. Lebanon can sign up for the car only part of our program (but we must see proof that you have completed the theory program elsewhere).


When is the best time to take a driver education program? Ideally, you want to take driver education classes when you are preparing for your permit test. However, that doesn't work perfectly for everyone. Our program is a large time commitment, so you should take it when it best fits your schedule. Driver Education classes are offered year round. Typically, classes are offered in early September, late October, January, May, and multiple times over the summer. Students should take the class nearest their 16th birthday, and one that is not too demanding on their schedule as it is a 30-hour classroom commitment, 3-simulator sessions, and multiple sessions in the car. For additional information on our driver education program, please call (412) 344-2020.

Mt. Lebanon Residents: Fee - $375.00 (Complete Program)
Nonresidents– Fee - $390.00 (Complete Program)
Car Instruction Only / License Test – Fee - $300.00

No. 605 MAT PILATES
START DATE: Tuesday, June 13th
Fee: Res. $33; Nonres. $38; G.C. $28
Tues. 7:00-8:15 PM HS Dance Studio, D-105
INSTRUCTOR: Meghan Moran
This class uses controlled movements in the form of mat exercises to tone and strengthen the body, increase flexibility, and build endurance, without adding muscle bulk. By incorporating the eight principles of control, breath, flow, precision, centering, stability, range of motion, and opposition, the core muscles that support the spine will be strengthened, increasing the functionality of the body. The class will end with a generous stretch. Please bring a mat and water. FIVE WEEKS NO CLASS ON TUESDAY, JULY 4TH

No. 606 MAT PILATES
START DATE: Tuesday, August 8th
Fee: Res. $27; Nonres. $32; G.C. $22
Tues. 7:00-8:15 PM HS Dance Studio, D-105
INSTRUCTOR: Meghan Moran
This class uses controlled movements in the form of mat exercises to tone and strengthen the body, increase flexibility, and build endurance, without adding muscle bulk. By incorporating the eight principles of control, breath, flow, precision, centering, stability, range of motion, and opposition, the core muscles that support the spine will be strengthened, increasing the functionality of the body. The class will end with a generous stretch. Please bring a mat and water. FIVE WEEKS

No. 607 FOOT IT and BARRE IT (EXERCISE CLASS)
START DATE: Monday, June 12th
Fee: Res. $48; Nonres. $54; G.C. $42
Mon. & Wed. 7:00-8:00 PM HS RM D-105
INSTRUCTOR: Meghan Moran
How do you dance when no one is looking? Monday’s class begins with a cardio portion of class that allows you to connect your soul to your movement in a variety of fun and inspiring dances followed by some sculpting and stretches. WEDNESDAY’S Class will begin by sculpting your body through use of the barre followed by core work on the floor and a generous stretch (infusing Ballet, Pilates, and Yoga exercises). You will burn calories, strengthen your core, sculpt those trouble spots, and leave in a more peaceful state. Bring a mat, a bottle of water, 5 lb. hand weights (on Wednesdays only). No sneakers. Sticky socks/dance shoes/barefoot only. SIX WEEKS NO CLASS ON MONDAY, JULY 3RD.


No. 608 FOOT IT and BARRE IT (EXERCISE CLASS)
START DATE: Monday, August 7th
Fee: Res. $40; Nonres. $45; G.C. $35
Mon. & Wed. 7:00-8:00 PM HS RM D-105
INSTRUCTOR: Meghan Moran
How do you dance when no one is looking? Monday’s class begins with a cardio portion of class that allows you to connect your soul to your movement in a variety of fun and inspiring dances followed by some sculpting and stretches. WEDNESDAY’S Class will begin by sculpting your body through use of the barre followed by core work on the floor and a generous stretch (infusing Ballet, Pilates, and Yoga exercises). You will burn calories, strengthen your core, sculpt those trouble spots, and leave in a more peaceful state. Bring a mat, a bottle of water, 5 lb. hand weights (on Wednesdays only). No sneakers. Sticky socks/dance shoes/barefoot only. FIVE WEEKS NO CLASS ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH

No. 609 STRENGTH & CARDIOVASCULAR CONDITIONING
START DATE: Tuesday, June 13th
Fee: Res. $50; Nonres. $55; G.C. $45
Tues. & Thur. 6:30-7:45 PM Fitness Center Jefferson Elementary
INSTRUCTOR: Matt Capan
Begin or continue a regular exercise regimen. The one hour and fifteen minute format will include circuit strength training, cardio/aerobic fitness, proper stretching techniques and some polymeric exercise. Class will be a challenge and fun for all participants. Consult with your physician before beginning any regular exercise. Class size is limited to 22. SIX WEEKS. NO CLASS ON MONDAY, JULY 4TH (Use small parking lot at the corner of Ruth Street and Bower Hill. Follow sidewalk from end of lot to the front entrance marked "Jefferson Elementary School". Enter double doors, find stairwell to the left, go down one floor. We are in the Auxiliary Gym.)

No. 610 STRENGTH & CARDIOVASCULAR CONDITIONING
START DATE: Tuesday, June 13th
Fee: Res. $50; Nonres. $55; G.C. $45
Tues. & Thur. 8:00-9:15 PM Fitness Center Jefferson Elementary
INSTRUCTOR: Matt Capan
Begin or continue a regular exercise regimen. The one hour and fifteen minute format will include circuit strength training, cardio/aerobic fitness, proper stretching techniques and some polymeric exercise. Class will be a challenge and fun for all participants. Consult with your physician before beginning any regular exercise. Class size is limited to 22. SIX WEEKS. NO CLASS ON MONDAY, JULY 4TH (Use small parking lot at the corner of Ruth Street and Bower Hill. Follow sidewalk from end of lot to the front entrance marked "Jefferson Elementary School". Enter double doors, find stairwell to the left, go down one floor. We are in the Auxiliary Gym.)

YOGA


Bring a yoga mat & water. Blocks, blankets, straps or towels optional. Participants can sign up to attend 1, 2, or 3-classes per week. Please indicate the sessions you plan on attending when you register.
1 class/ week (5 weeks): R $33, NR $36, GC $28
2 classes/ week (5 weeks): R $60 NR $65 GC $50
3 classes/ week (5 weeks): R $85 NR $90 GC $75

No. 611 YOGA: BASICS & FOUNDATIONS
START DATE: Monday, June 19th
Mon. 9:30-10:30 AM HS Aux. Dance Studio, D-106 (MORNING CLASS)
INSTRUCTOR: Erin McAuley
Class focuses on yoga as a "science of the mind" to incorporate into the asana practice. SIX WEEKS
DROP INS ARE WELCOME AT $7 PER CLASS!

No. 612 RESTORATIVE VINYASA
START DATE: Wednesday, June 14th
Wed 12:00-1:00 PM HS RM D-106 (AFTERNOON CLASS)
INSTRUCTOR: Erin McAuley
Mild to moderate "flow" with dynamic breathing and synchronized movement. Open, relax, reinvigorate, nourish & restore. SIX WEEKS
DROP INS ARE WELCOME AT $7 PER CLASS!

No. 613 RESTORATIVE VINYASA
START DATE: Tuesday, June 13th
Tues 7:15—8:15 PM HS RM D-106
INSTRUCTOR: Erin McAuley
Mild to moderate "flow" with dynamic breathing and synchronized movement. Open, relax, reinvigorate, nourish & restore. SIX WEEKS. NO CLASS ON MONDAY, JULY 4TH
DROP INS ARE WELCOME AT $7 PER CLASS!

No. 614 ENERGY FLOW (VINYASSA) YOGA
START DATE: Tuesday, June 13th
Tues. 9:30-10:30 AM HS RM D-106 (MORNING CLASS)
INSTRUCTOR: Erin McAuley
Link breath and movement in a rhythmic dance that frees the mind, physically wrings out and balances all parts of the self. This class includes several sun salutations to help build heat, align and strengthen the body. SIX WEEKS. NO CLASS ON MONDAY, JULY 4TH
DROP INS ARE WELCOME AT $7 PER CLASS!

No. 615 ENERGY FLOW (VINYASSA) YOGA
START DATE: Thursday, June 15th
Thurs. 7:15-8:15 PM HS RM D-106
INSTRUCTOR: Erin McAuley
Link breath and movement in a rhythmic dance that frees the mind, physically wrings out and balances all parts of the self. This class includes several sun salutations to help build heat, align and strengthen the body. SIX WEEKS
DROP INS ARE WELCOME AT $7 PER CLASS!


GENERAL INFORMATION


Continuing Education Office
Office Hours: 6:00-9:00 PM Monday - Thursday
(412) 344-2020
Room D-409

Ray Schrader
Adult Education Coordinator
rschrader@mtlsd.net

Larry Johnson
Assistant Adult Education Coordinator
ljohnson@mtlsd.net

Pam Robinson
Administrative Assistant
probinson@mtlsd.net

REGISTERING FOR CLASSES
Registration by mail is recommended and should be received by Wednesday, April 5th.
Send registration form with a separate check for each class made payable to:
Mt. Lebanon School District, mail to:
Mt. Lebanon Senior High School
Office of Continuing Education
155 Cochran Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15228

  • In person registration will be held on April 3rd and 4th at Mt. Lebanon Senior High School, from 6:00-8:00 PM. Outside the auditorium entrance (A2) off Cochran Road – weather permitting. Registration will be in the auditorium lobby in the case of bad weather (entrance A2).
  • Registration fees are listed with each class.
    R = Mt. Lebanon Resident
    NR = Non-resident
    GC = Mt. Lebanon Senior Citizen (Gold Card, age 62 or older)
  • Individuals should only attend classes on evenings for which they have specifically registered.
  • You are automatically registered for a class with your payment and should plan to attend the first session. You will only be notified if the course is cancelled or if there is a problem.
  • Sorry, we do not take credit card or online registrations at this time. Print out a registration form at the top of our website and mail it in with your check.
  • CLASS INFORMATION

  • All participants should park in the South Lot next to the Fine Arts Entrance. Everyone should enter the building via entrance B-9 unless otherwise noted.
  • Classes are subject to cancellation if there is not enough interest. Because of this, we ask you to get your registrations in early as possible.
  • Most classes begin the week of April 10th (spring term) on June 12th (summer term) and meet for 6-weeks unless otherwise stated in the course description.
  • Adult-Continuing Education classes will cancel if the senior high building closes due to an emergency. A list of predetermined dates when there are no evening continuing education classes can be found on the bottom, right side of this page.
  • Classes are not offered to anyone under the age of 18 with the exception of driver education and SAT preparation.
  • For program updates tune into the Mt. Lebanon Cable Channel 19 (Comcast) or Channel 33 (Verizon).

  • Interested in teaching a class?

  • We offer a competitive pay and are always looking for new and exciting classes for our program.
  • New classes will be started when a need is expressed.
  • Make your interest known to the program coordinators.

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    Pittsburgh PA 15228

    Fax: 412-344-2047

    412-344-2000

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