English as a Second Language

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English as a Second Language

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    All Summer English as a Second Language classes are still being held virtually - online. 


    All classes are FREE!

    We offer classes for adults whose first language is not English. Students in beginning classes learn to speak, listen for understanding, read, and write English. Intermediate and advanced students have the opportunity to improve conversation, grammar, pronunciation, reading, and writing.

    Other classes include:

    • U.S. Government and History
    • Citizenship
    • TOEFL

     

    Conversation and Citizenship - Fall and Spring Only

    Conversation and Citizenship is available Monday-Thursday from 4-5:30 p.m. at the Community Learning Center (Door 6). It is only available to registered students.
     

    TOEFL Preparation - Fall and Spring Only

    Students wishing to study for the TOEFL test may attend a preparation class every Thursday from 6-9 p.m. at the Community Learning Center (Door 6). Students must register for an ESL class before they can attend a TOEFL class. Only qualified students will be admitted. Call/text 314-415-4940 for more information.
     

    English Classes

    Classes are ongoing; however, students must attend an orientation session before beginning classes. Orientation is for two days, and students must arrive on time and plan on staying the entire time.  Call/text 314-415-4940 for orientation dates and times. 

    Students may sign up online; however, students MUST attend orientation and testing before beginning classes.  Online registration does not guarantee placement in a class. Call or text our office at 314-415-4940 for more information. Please arrive by the start time. 

     

    2020 - 2021 Spring Class Schedule

    Fall classes begin the week of August 31.  Classes may include both virtual online and/or in-person instruction.  Classes are ongoing and new students are added to classes every two to three weeks.  Students must attend a testing and/or orientation session before beginning classes.  Once our office receives your application, a staff member will contact you regarding testing and/or orientation. 

    SIGN UP NOW! Students may sign-up online; however, students MUST attend orientation amd testing before beginning classes.  Online registration does not guarantee placement in a class.   Call or text 314-415-4940 for more information

    Area

    Days/Times

    Location

    Morning Session

    M-Th
    9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

    virtual - online

    Morning Session

    M-Th
    1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

    virtual - online

    Evening Session

    M-W
    6-9 p.m.

    virtual - online

      

    ESL Fall/Spring Class Schedule

    Directions to Class Locations

    ESL Citizenship Class

    ESL TOEFL Class

    Citizenship/Immigration/Naturalization Website

    TOEFL Website

    Call or text 314-415-4940 for more information.  Orientation and testing takes 2 days.  Students must arrive on time.  Students need to call for orientation dates.

     

     

    Please check back here regularly for more information.  We will be available Monday - Friday from 8:30am - 5:00pm.  During this time we can be reached by the following methods:

    • Email:  ParkwayAdultEd@parkwayschools.net
    • Call/Text:    314.415.4940