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Aspire ESOL Classes

Aspire ESOL Classes

Great Oaks ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages)

Free English classes are available at Live Oaks and Scarlet Oaks Career Campuses during the school year. The program is for adults who wish to improve and practice speaking, reading, listening and writing skills at a level that is right for them. The classes are designed for lower level students who need basic English.

Services Available:

  • Reading, writing and basic math skills
  • Life skills, employability skills and computer literacy
  • Transition services – including employment and post-secondary

 

Scarlet Oaks ESOL Winter Pre-Registration Dates:

Our Scarlet Oaks Classes are Now Full.  Check back to the website in May for fall 2019 registration dates.

 

Live Oaks ESOL Winter Registration Dates:

Our Live Oaks Classes are Now Full.  Check back to the website in May for fall 2019 registration dates.

 

All ESOL Classes

*Seating is limited and on a first-come basis. Late arrivals will not be admitted.*
*Valid government-issued photo ID or passport required to enter building.*

In order to enroll in the Aspire ESOL program, participant must be at least 19 years old.

Please open the links below for printer friendly versions of registration dates and class schedule, and directions to our various locations.

 

Related Information

Great Oaks Aspire ESOL registration dates and class schedule

Directions to Great Oaks Aspire ESOL locations

 

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