The English as a Second Language program consists of day or evening classes for adults whose predominant language is not English. These classes stress the basic communication skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Improved English skills will enable ESL students to interact more confidently in everyday situations, improve consumer skills, apply for a job, and prepare for technical or other educational programs.
Students are assessed at entry and placed in a class consistent with their goals.
ESL classes are offered in the morning, afternoon, and evening at various times and locations. Online or hybrid options may be available. Classes are $25.