LCMC will be offering a range of ESL classes for adults at various sites throughout Montgomery County. Interested students must identify which class works best for their schedule, and attend its registration and testing date to take a placement assessment to determine what level of English instruction they need. Please see the below schedule, or
If you would like to take an ESL class beginning in December 2018 or January 2019, please fill out this form. We are in the process of finalizing our class locations and schedules, and will contact you directly as soon as we know when and where we will be holding classes and when you can
LCMC’s ESL Classroom program might be less familiar to the vast majority of LCMC’s volunteers, as it relies heavily on our TESOL-certified teaching staff. However, it serves almost 1,100 adult learners from over 100 different countries each year. Volunteers may recognize Ahu Moser, our Assistant Director of Programs, if they have volunteered to help at
Dear LCMC family, It’s late summer, a time when our stores have “back to school” items for sale, and children are anticipating what their teachers and classes will be like. However, at the Literacy Council of Montgomery County (LCMC), as our classes begin again, we know it’s not just children headed back to school after summer
UPDATED: 10/18/2017 We are offering a limited number of classes for Session II of Fall 2017. Please see the schedule of available classes here for information on how to register. We are also still finalizing our schedule of Winter 2017-2018 classes. If you would like to be notified when Winter registration dates are available in
We are offering limited ESL classes Spring 2017. Weekday Classes For weekday classes, click here to view the orientation schedule. You must attend the designated orientation for a class during the week. Saturday Classes View the flyer to learn more about this special offering. To register for the Saturday-only, 10-week Communication Skills for the American Workplace
Please click on one of the links below to find an English as a Second Language (ESL) class in your location. Students must attend a Registration and Testing session to be assessed and placed into an English class. Below you will find the complete Winter 2017 Classes Schedule along with the Registration and Testing locations and time.