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Teach at Brenham Community Education

logoCommunity Education is an important part of the district’s involvement in the community and can open doors for students and instructors alike. Brenham Community Education classes are designed to reflect the needs and interests of the people in our community.  

Teaching a Community Education course is a great way to share your knowledge and skills with members of the community. There is no minimum requirement or educational degree to be an instructor, and our staff will assist with planning and promoting your course. Community Education instructors have a passion for the subject they teach and a level of professionalism that reflects well on our community.

Community Education classes can include health and fitness, technology, arts and crafts, cooking, music and dance, business and financial, and adult enrichment. Programs vary in length and time, and fees for classes vary according to number of class hours, facilitator costs and materials. Every effort is made to keep fees affordable, and the office will discuss pay in more detail upon acceptance as an instructor.

Unfortunately, sometimes classes to do not make. If a class does not meet the minimum registration, the class will be canceled with no obligation to either party. Please note that Brenham Community Education is not responsible for students who do not show up to class.

Community Education is a service for the community. We reserve the right to decline or modify any classes that do not fit the guidelines for Brenham Community Education.

If you have a new course idea or would like to teach a course, please fill out the form below or contact us at 979-277-3895. Community Education welcomes and encourages inquiries and suggestions from the community regarding future planning of future classes and programs.


Brenham Community Education Instructor Guidelines

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