English as a Second Language
English as a Second Language (ESL) courses are for students whose first language is other than English.
Those who come to the United States and want to become fully functional members of society first need to know the language. English is important in order to be successful in the United States. We teach basics such as reading, writing, speaking, and listening , and on more intricate levels, life skills, such as how to succeed on a job interview, and how
to communicate in a variety of social situations. Adult students learn English for day-to-day communication in the community and learn to access government community resources.
Our flexible schedule conforms conveniently to any schedule our students may have. After completing our courses, students have a wide range of choices ahead of them, such as pursuing citizenship, finding a job, or continuing their education.
At Orientation an assessment test will be administered to determine placement. The student will be registered at that time.