ESL Classes

  • globe English as a Second Language

     
     
    Spring Semester Classes Begin on January 9, 2018 

    Learn or improve your English skills so you can get a job or a better job, get your  High School Equivalency (GED) or go to college. We have ESL classes for all learners.

    Next New Student Orientation at Serramonte is on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at 10:00 am. Sign up in the Adult Education Office. Jefferson High School evening students: New student registration Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at 6:00 pm.

    699 Serramonte Blvd., #111, Daly City
    650-550-7890

    The English as a Second Language (ESL) program is designed to develop English language skills of adults who are either non-English speaking or have limited English speaking skills. Through participation in the ESL program, adults will increase their ability to participate in the community, the workplace and school as life-long learners.

     

    Class Locations
    Serramonte Del Rey-mornings and evenings
    Jefferson High School on Mission Street in the evenings
    Community Locations-mornings

     

    Distance Learning and ESL Online

    Lessons Resource Website

    ESL Classes
    for All Learners
    Flexible Schedules to Accommodate Everyone

     

    • Literacy
    • Beginning
    • Intermediate
    • Advanced

    Classes for all levels are offered as:

    • Intensive Daily Instruction
    • Classes 2-5 Days a Week
    • Individual Study
    • Online Courses

     

    Location Schedule

    Serramonte Del Rey
    699 Serramonte Blvd., #111

    Mornings and Evenings

    Jefferson High School
    6996 Mission Blvd.

    Evenings

    Community ESL Locations

    Call 650-550-7873 or
    550-7871 for information

    Monday-Friday: 9:00 am-12:00 pm
    Tuesday-Thursday: 5:30-8:30 pm


    Tuesdays-Thursdays: 6:00-9:00 pm

     

    Testing:

    Upon enrollment, students are given a short English assessment test to determine their level of English proficiency. The test results are used to place students in the appropriate ESL classes. Students are then tested using the standardized test for ESL students, CASAS, three times a semester to assess progress in order to move to the next level.

    ESL/Citizenship:

    This course offers individualized instruction to prepare for the US Citizenship Test and interview. For more information and an appointment call: 650-550-7910.

    Distance Learning: Learn English at Home:

    ESL lessons are also available through individualized instruction and online for students who are unable to attend regular classes. Materials are provided. Complete the assignments, talk with the teacher and improve your English. For more information and an appointment call: 650-550-7910.

    Computer Classes for ESL:

    ESL students have the opportunity to learn to use the computer to study English. Classes visit the computer lab on a regular basis where students not only study English on the computer, but learn basic computer skills.