Lifelong Learning

RappCE hopes to resume in-person lifelong learning classes in the fall of 2021.

In the meantime, watch for the debut of videos that will promote learning about our community.  The first one will help us all understand what it has been like to attend Rappahannock High School during the pandemic.

RappCE Lifelong Learning offers a wide-ranging selection of non-credit, just-for-fun classes taught by volunteer instructors. Held during Spring and Fall semesters, these classes generally cost $20 or $25 each and run for three to nine weeks in length. These courses are taught for avocational purposes only.

Classes are held at the RappCE facility located at 12018 Lee Highway in Sperryville (the Sperryville Schoolhouse)
as well as other sites spread throughout Rappahannock County.

If you are interested in teaching a Lifelong Learning course,
please email us at rappcentered2@gmail.com.

Your fellow Rappahannockans taught these classes during the Fall 2019 semester:

  • 2018 Update on Middle East Conflicts
  • A Roadmap to Estate Planning
  • American Politics: Big Issues, the 2018 Election, and Judicial Confirmations
  • Beginner Golf Instruction
  • Chair Yoga
  • Chess: The Basics and Beyond
  • Finger-style Guitar for Beginners
  • Foodie U and Wine School
  • Intermediate Fly-Fishing
  • Introduction to Acting for the Stage
  • Introduction to Forest Management
  • Invasive Plants in Rappahannock County: Understanding, Identification, Control, and Replacement
  • Knit a Hat
  • Let’s Speak Spanish
  • Making Sushi
  • Microsoft Excel–Levels I, II, III
  • Microsoft Word for Writers
  • Painting on Locations: Using Nature as a Starting Place
  • Painting with Flowers
  • Physics Minus the Math
  • Pocket Billiards (Pool) for Everyone
  • Railroads, Real and Model
  • Rappahannock County and the Civil War
  • Safe and Sound at Home
  • Screenwriting
  • Stained Glass for Beginners
  • Storytelling for the Fun of It
  • Taxing Tales
  • The Basics of Sign Language
  • The Healthy Way to Weight Management
  • Think like a Chef
  • Walk with Courage: Women’s Self-Defense
  • Weather and Climate, or Is It Climate and Weather? Or Both?
  • Woman’s Support Circle
  • Writing Fiction

Rapp Center for Education is an IRS-approved 501c3 non-profit organization committed to lifelong learning and workforce training in Rappahannock County, Virginia. We are not a university, nor do we grant college credit or award degrees. View our most recent IRS 990 form.

 

Lifelong Learning
Course Information
  • Course Id: Lifelong Learning
  • Days: Fall 2021

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