Our address is : 12340 Woodruff Ave., Downey, CA 90241. On the Northeast corner of Woodruff Ave and Imperial Hwy. exit west off 605 at Imperial Hwy.
You can park in any of the marked parking spots on campus. All parking is FREE!
Online – register at: www.das.edu
Walk In – You may register in person with Cash, Check, Money Order, Visa or MasterCard. Come to our front office or report directly to your class.
Downey Adult School
12340 Woodruff Ave.
Downey, CA 90241
If you registered:
Online, mail – you can pay with Visa or MasterCard prior to the class starting.
Walk In – you can pay for your class the first night in the classroom or you can come to the front office to preregister prior to the start of classes.
You may register in person. Check or credit card preferred.
Payment is due upon registration. Vocational programs require deposits at time of orientation/ registration.
You must be an adult, which is any person 18 years or older. You may be a high school student enrolled in the Downey Unified School District with permission from Downey, Warren or Columbus counselors or resident of Downey attending another high school with permission from your counselor.
Information on book purchases will be given at the Orientations.
Yes, we do for some of our CTE programs. Payment schedules are provided by each CTE Department.
We recommend that you schedule an appointment with our academic counselor, Brian Ofner, so we can make sure you make an informed decision. Call 562-940-6200 to set up an appointment today.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, assessments tests have been postponed until further notice.
Look for the Financial Aid symbol to see what classes are eligible.
Most supplies are made available for purchase in the class by the teacher or the teacher will suggest locations where you can purchase supplies.
Due to the overwhelming demand, we ask all prospective VN students to refer to our web site, www.das.edu. Click on “Career Training” then “Vocational Nursing.” Here you will be able to register for one of our VN orientation/ exam dates.
Downey Adult School has security both day and night along with a police officer Monday thru Friday. In addition, the campus is monitored with a 24-hr surveillance system.
Student transfers must be made between programs upon approval by the director/ instructor of the program to which they are transferring.
Any new student enrolling in a DAS CTE program (that accepts transfer students) and wishing to transfer credits for courses completed at a different school must meet the institution’s credit transfer requirements:
The course was taken at an accredited school.
The student received a “C” grade or higher.
The course is approved or meets state license requirements (if applicable).
The DAS Transfer of Credit Policy is published in each program’s Student Orientation Packet.
DAS policy requires students to earn a minimum grade of 75% to pass.
90% and above = A
80% – 89% = B
75% – 79% = C
Grades of 74% or less are failing.
There is a $10 discount to students 55 years of age or older. The discount applies to all State funded classes excluding classes designated for seniors.