Adaptive Computer Training

New classes start April 10, 2017! Check out our “Resources” tab below to learn more.

The SACT is devoted to improving job marketable skills for people with disabilities. In addition to our Microsoft-approved curriculum and certifications in the Microsoft suite, we also offer customer service and computing fundamentals courses.

Though the school originally opened for adults affected by the digital divide, we now partner with the Workforce Alliance, Unified School District 259, United Cerebral Palsy, and United Way to offer morning, afternoon, and summer classes to help high school students earn school credit and learn skills that enable them to pursue their college/vocational goals.

We also offer remote learning classrooms throughout the state, using video conferencing equipment. Youth and adult students receive financial literacy training on topics such as budgeting, saving money, understanding loans and credit, preventing identity theft, and interpreting credit scores and reports. Financial literacy sessions enable our students to leave with a better comprehension of personal finance and responsibility. Our classroom is fully accessible for people who use wheelchairs or have other needs.


  • How long are SACT courses?
    Course length varies from three to ten weeks depending on the program you choose. 
  • How often do new classes begin?
    Since we offer several programs, classes begin continually.  Contact us to learn more.
  • Do you have night classes?
    No, at this time we do not have classes in the evening or on weekends.
  • How do I qualify for this school?
    SACT student candidates must have a documented, permanent disability or have a documented medical condition that impedes employment. Candidates must be unemployed or underemployed with the physical ability and personal motivation to accept fulltime employment upon graduation.
  • Will I need to provide you with any documentation? If so, what?
    Yes, we will need documented proof of the following:
    • Proof of disability, if you have one
    • Social Security Insurance or Social Security Disability Insurance proof, if applicable
    • A high school diploma, GED certificate or college transcripts
    • A SACT medical form filled out by your doctor (provided by the SACT)
  • Is there tuition assistance?
    Yes, we have tuition assistance.  If you have a documented disability you could qualify for a federally funded grant.  If you are a displaced worker without a disability then you could qualify for tuition assistance from Workforce Development funds.  Be sure to ask about tuition assistance when you contact us below so we can help.
  • What will I learn in SACT classes?
    At a minimum, we hope your SACT experience will give you the following:
    • Microsoft Windows Basics
    • Microsoft Office 2007 Word, Excel, Outlook Basics
    • Keyboarding
    • Data entry
    • Writing business letters
    • Customer service skills
  • Who can I call for more information?
    Call the SACT Admissions coordinator at (316) 651-5232.

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