Fall 2018 ESL ClassesJuly 6th, 2018
The Literacy Council offers a classroom program for adults who want to learn English. We have classes for beginning, intermediate, and advanced learners. Classes are a total of 60 hours. We offer Morning, Evening, and Saturday Classes. Students may not miss more than 6 hours of class or they will be removed from the program. Classes are free, but students are encouraged to buy their books. Students must live or work in Montgomery County. Students in the ESL class program must be at least 18 years old and not enrolled in high school.
Please see the Fall 2018 Class Schedule and Registration/Testing Dates here. We recommend arriving for your selected class’s registration date at least 30 minutes early.
PLEASE NOTE: Students must attend the registration date listed for the corresponding class they want to take. For example, A student who wants to take a morning class at Gaithersburg Library must register and take the test in the morning at Gaithersburg Library on the registration date and time listed for that class; registering and testing in the evening will place them in an evening class.
Registration and testing is first come, first served. We do not guarantee a spot in a class for every student who tests, as some students’ level of English proficiency may be too beginner or too advanced for our classes. If that is the case, we will refer them to a more appropriate program.
For further questions or more information, please contact Rishan Habte at firstname.lastname@example.org or (301) 610-0030 ext. 215.