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Community Education

Longview Community Education

Office Location

Business Building, Room 101
500 SW Longview Rd.
Lee's Summit, MO 64081

Phone: 816.604.2030

Office Hours

Ed 2 Go

These noncredit online classes offer flexibility and convenience. Classes run for six weeks, and consist of 12 lessons.

Whatever your interests, the MCC-Longview Community Education Department has what you are looking for when it comes to education for enrichment and fun.

Whether it is finding lifes purpose, exploring the art of meditation, planning for retirement, or focusing on health and wellness, you can find that perfect class and instructor at MCC-Longview. 

Search the wide variety of other classes offered by MCC-Longview on our classes page or download the Fall 2018 brochure (pdf).

One-on-One Computer Training

Get the attention you need on a computer project you choose. While the Community Education program offers group computer classes on many subjects, one-on-one lessons can be a better way to learn for some people. Select your topic and call to schedule your training. Some topics our instructor can assist with are:

  • basic computer skills
  • email basics
  • software applications such as MS-Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access or Outlook
  • navigating the internet
  • completing a mail merge

There are many possibilities! All instruction will be in a computer lab on one of the MCC campuses. Both day and evening sessions are available.

Note: Upon your initial inquiry, we will discuss your specific needs so that our instructor is prepared to work with you. We require each session to be a minimum of two hours, which we have found to be beneficial for both student and instructor. Two people may attend together, if they are interested in the same training. Fees for the sessions are payable in advance, at the time of enrollment, as follows:

  • One person, 2-hour session: $100
  • Two person, 2-hour session: $80 per hour, per person

Call the MCC-Longview Community Education office at 816.604.2030 for more information. Program information can be found here.

Silents Night

Lon Chaney's portrayal of "The Phantom of the Opera" (1925)Grotesque. Creepy. Genius. All three descriptions have been used to describe Lon Chaney's portrayal of "The Phantom of the Opera" (1925), this year's pick for Silents Night. Stay in horrow mode for just one more night after Halloween and join us for this classic silent thriller. The unmasking of Chaney's Phantom was said to have made audience members faint when they saw his skull-like features. Enjoy the mystery and intrigue of this gothic melodrama that tells the story of Erik (the Phantom) and his love for actress Christine, set in the opulence of the Paris Opera House. Admission is free.

Time: 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)

Date: Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018

Place: MCC-Longview Cultural Arts Center



Save the Date:

The 13th Annual Flights of Fancy Kite Festival will be Saturday, April 20, 2019

Mark your calendar and join us on the picturesque north lawn of MCC-Longview to usher in spring with this yearly celebration of kites. See awe-inspiring mega kites, power kites, stunt kites, and more, including the worlds largest windsock three stories high and 200 feet long!

MCC-Longview Flights of Fancy welcomes community volunteers. If you or your organization are interested in volunteering at the event, please contact the Community Education office at 816.604.2030.

For refer to the Flights of Fancy website for detailed information. For up-to-the minute festival information leading up to the event, please visit the festival's Facebook page, MCCflightsoffancy.

Questions? Call 816.604.2030 for more information.



Click on the Classes tab (at left) to explore all of our class offerings this coming semester.

Browse our class offerings and enroll today!

We provide students of all ages with a wealth of opportunities for personal development, skills development, cultural enrichment and recreational enjoyment. Each semester hundreds of students enroll in our non-credit classes, which cover many interests and disciplines, including art, writing, technology, photography, music and more.

Last Modified: 10/19/18