try to find an adult ed class so you can pay yoru fee and go in and bang out whatever you want...you do a calss for credit you have to do projects and are graded too and if you dont do the projects and get a bad grade it could hinder future enrollment in the course.
yup, thats what I'm looking for Kritter, but I'll take the fullerton class if I can't find anything else. They don't have a summer class, just fall so I'd have to wait but I'm sure I'll learn something that my high school didn't teach me
If you go take welding classes at fullerton the first semester will be oxyacelene and he let you play with the mig near the end. Then take a semester of tig. Then you can just sign up for welding lab and do anything you want tig/mig/oxyacetlene.
At Mt. SAC in Walnut you can take the similar welding and machining classes they offer at Fullerton, but you can choose to either get college credit or take the class as an adult education class if you want, you can do either-or. I don't know if you can do that at Fullerton however.