President’s Letter 2018

CCEA Graduation 2018

A Message from the 2018-2019 CCEA President, Scott Braden: Welcome to the California Continuation Education Association — the voice for all things continuation education. Historically, CCEA has been instrumental in structuring success for schools and students up and down the State. Today, CCEA is growing and expanding as an organization. It’s mission and vision is committed to honoring, advocating, resourcing, … Read More

Important News: Officer Update

CCEA Executive Board Decisions

Announcement from the CCEA Board Effective June 11, 2018, Scott Braden will assume the role of CCEA President. Tony Munguia, the organization’s recently elected President, resigned his position due to unforeseen circumstances.  His dedication to CCEA over the years has been significant and meaningful, with his previous tenure as as an Officer (as State Secretary) and his establishment of the … Read More

State Officer Elections 2018

State Officer Voting

The California Continuation Education Association (CCEA) is holding an election for its 2018 State Officers. Voting Begins February 15, 2018 | Ends March 15  (closed) Voting will be held online starting Thursday, February 15th, and all CCEA members and schools are invited to vote.  Click the button below to open your ballot during the voting period 2/15/18 – 3/15/18.  To … Read More

President’s Letter 2017

CCEA - class meeting

Welcome 2017 Message from CCEA President – Febrauary 16, 2017 I would like to welcome you to 2017 and a re-branding of the California Continuation Education Association.  We begin the year with 37 outstanding schools being eligible to be named Model Continuation Schools by the California Department of Education.  In addition, our website has undergone a complete makeover and looks … Read More

President’s Letter 2015-2016

CCEA - study

Welcome to the website of the California Continuation Education Association (CCEA)!  For thousands of California students, the Continuation School is a second chance, and in some cases the last chance, to re-direct their academic and socio-emotional path from one of imminent failure and dropping out to graduating with a high school diploma.  As an alternative educational option, California’s Continuation Schools … Read More