Fall Lifelong Learning Classes

Lifelong Learning Classes Opens Sunday, September 26, at 9 a.m.

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 two 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 are teaching these classes during the Fall 2021 semester:
Class Title Name of Instructor
A Fresh Look at History Fred Catlin
Beginning Fly Fishing Roger Flinchum
Citizen Journalism 101 Alexander/Meyer
Current Issues in U.S. Politics Brooks/Regnery
Kiser in Russia, and Beyond: Paths Least Taken John Kiser
Learn to Play Golf Doug Schiffman
Making Hay in Rappahannock County Chris Parrish
Microsoft Excel Donna Rose
Screenwriting Michael McLeod
Solar Storms and Space Weather Art Poland
The Future of Money 101 Rich Spillenkothen
The Iroquois Influence on the U.S. Constitution Jill Duvall
Today’s Middle East Hot Spots: Afghanistan, Iran, Lebanon, Israel-Palestine Tim Nolan
Writing Fiction Michael McLeod

 

 

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.