Registration Information

  • Welcome to the Spring Semester 2022! Online registration for all Fall classes opens December 6, 2021.

     For our 2022 Spring Class Catalog please click here.

    Questions? Call (818) 729-5950 or email BAS@BurbankUSD.org

    PLEASE DO NOT REPORT TO CAMPUS without an appointment.


    Information about registering for classes:

    • Registration system requires all students to have a valid email address. To get a free email address click HERE.

    • Students enrolling in the High School Diploma, ABE or HS Equivalency programs must have a valid email prior to taking assessment or placement tests.

    • You may use a relative's address with their permission.

    • New students will need to create a new account.

    • If your last class at BAS was prior to August 2015, you will need to create a new account.

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    Main Office:

    Specific course information may be found in our course schedule. Please don't hesitate to call our main office at 818-729-5950 or email us at bas@burbankusd.org. Our office hours are: Monday - Thursday 8:00 am to 8:30 pm, Friday  8:00 am to 3:00 pm and Saturday 8:00 am to 12:30 pm.

    PLEASE DO NOT REPORT TO CAMPUS without an appointment, call 818-729-5950.


    Counseling:

    If you seek to enroll in High School Equivalency classes, you will need to visit the Counseling Office (Room A115). Please bring your high school transcripts to the Counseling Office when you enroll. Counselors can be reached at 818-729-5960. Counseling office hours are: Monday - Thursday 8:00 am to 8:30 pm, Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm, and Saturday 7:30 am to 1:00 pm. 

    PLEASE DO NOT REPORT TO CAMPUS without an appointment, call 818-729-5960.


    ESL Students:

     

    PLEASE DO NOT REPORT TO CAMPUS without an appointment.

    Pre-registration and written and oral assessments are required. For more information, please call the ESL Office at 818-729-5965. ESL Office hours: Monday - Thursday 8:00 am to 12:30 pm, Monday - Thursday 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm, and Friday 8:00am t0 12:00pm. 


    Grade Improvement Students (students under 18 years of age):

    This is a program for high school students who would like to retake a particular course (in which they passed) to earn a higher grade. Please obtain the registration forms from your high school counselor, fill them out along with parent(s) and counselor's signature and bring the form to the main office at Burbank Adult. 

    PLEASE DO NOT REPORT TO CAMPUS without an appointment, call 818-729-5950.


    High School Concurrent Students (18 years of age and over):

    High school students who need to recover credits because of failing grades, must bring transcripts and required forms from your high school counselor to the Counseling Office at Burbank Adult. 

    PLEASE DO NOT REPORT TO CAMPUS without an appointment, call 818-729-5960.


    Textbooks:

    Textbooks are required for certain Career and Technical Education (CTE) and personal enrichment classes as indicated in the Burbank Adult course catalog. To purchase required textbooks online, please visit the Burbank Adult School's authorized textbook ordering website: burbankusd.textbookx.com