Continuing Education (CE) English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) - Adult Education and Literacy (AEL)
Academic ESOL focuses on academic-bound students. It emphasizes preparation for college study while at the same time teaches students about American culture and English for everyday living, and communication with Americans. We offer academic courses in reading, writing, oral communication, and grammar.
There are five levels of instruction for reading, writing, and grammar and four levels for oral communication. Learn More »
Continuing Education (CE) English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) - ESOL for Workforce Professionals and Adult Education and Literacy (AEL)
CE ESOL courses give students the knowledge and skills they need to become successful English language speakers. The integrated skills courses are designed with competency-based lessons covering everyday topics such as school, business, financial literacy, community services, work, health, and emergencies. CE ESOL students will improve their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills and will gain confidence when communicating with other English speakers. CE offers two types of ESOL programs: The ESOL for Workforce Professionals and the Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) program. Both programs are designed for the true beginner up to the advanced student.
Attend Orientation and take a placement test (BEST)
ABE ESOL Basic Literacy
ABE ESOL Beginning
ABE ESOL Intermediate
ABE ESOL Advanced
ABE ESOL Career Transition for ESOL Professionals
ABE Citizenship Workshop
ABE ESOL For the Workplace – Beginning
ABE ESOL for the Workplace - Intermediate
Students interested in developing all language skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening) putting an emphasis on conversational skills at different settings: school, work, business, etc. Each course is 48-hour long, intensive and fast paced.
Students interested in learning and improving their English language skills in a more gradual manner. Most of these courses are 72-hours long and space is limited. Students will be placed on the appropriate class based on placement test results.