English as a Second Language

ESL (English as a Second Language) is a program. An ESL program is coursework designed to help students who are looking to learn English as their second, third, or in some cases, fourth language. These programs have teachers that are often bilingual who are there to help students to develop their:

  • Speaking,
  • Writing,
  • Reading, and
  • Listening skills

Structure of ESL Programs

We run a program on a quarterly program and conduct graduation programs accordingly. When the program is one, we usually meet once in a week for 2-3 hours

Many programs teach mathematics, science, and history classes in a way that is easier for students who are non-native speakers.

Who are ESL Programs Designed For?

Anyone in our community from any age that is willing to learn English.

Eligible students are those that do not speak English in their homes, international students, as well as students that genuinely have trouble with English are all welcome at most campuses.