Adult ESL Night School

  • Levels range from Beginner to Advanced. Students will learn reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills, with an emphasis on reading. Students are placed into a level and may not choose a level. Children

    of students are not allowed to attend class. Classes fill quickly. Students may not miss more than four classes any semester. New students must attend one of the Orientation dates. Students who completed the previous semester and second test must come to Orientation. The testing date will be provided during orientation. Testing will take three hours. Advanced-level students must attend an extra night of testing for reading instruction prior to the first night of class. For more information, visit https://adc.d211.org/Adult-ESL-Information for more information.

    If you are interested in signing up for ESL classes please fill this form out HERE

    Most classes will be in person. Registration link will be provided here when the next semester is ready.  Choose your program, testing dates, and complete the registration form. Attend testing on your selected date and you will be placed into a class.

    Classes are held at:

    Registration Chart

     


    Additional questions? Contact Julie Frost @ jfrost@d211.org or text at 331-444-2766.

District 211 Adult ESL Orientation

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Need More Information?

  • Any further questions, contact Julie Frost @ jfrost@d211.org or text at 331-444-2766.