ABC Adult School ABC Adult School is a public local adult school, established by the ABC Unified School District and headquartered in Cerritos, California. The mission of the ABC Adult School is: To improve the quality of life by providing our diverse community with meaningful opportunities to fulfill personal, educational and workplace goals through lifelong learning. ABCAS has been in the business of providing relevant occupational training for high school and adult students since its inception over 50 years ago. Adult School is celebrating 50 years of quality adult education in 2015 along with the ABC Unified School District.
The Unite Show is a district show based on themes of The Tonight Show that shows students, parents, and faculty the events around the ABC Unified School District. The Unite Show first premiered on May 9, 2006 on local Cerritos cable channel 6, Artesia RTA, as well as with Time Warner Cable local Public-access televisioncable TV channels in Lakewood, La Palma and Cypress. The Unite Show is a proud partner with the ABC Unified District Council PTA to bring The Unite Show to a greater ABC audience. The show was created by Colin Sprigg, Director of IT and Greg Porter, Television Production teacher at Tetzlaff Middle School, with Faye Ross Middle School schoolteacher Jim Keating hosting and Carmenita Middle School teacher Alan Hallback co-hosting. The Unite Show became a recipient of the Golden Bell Award in 2008, which is given to schools or other programs by the California School Boards Association for exemplary programs which focus on curriculum and instruction. The show is made possible by the overwhelming number of volunteer students, parents and district staff who contribute each month to the production of the show.