For Families‎ > ‎

English Classes for Adults

There are English (ESL) classes in Watertown and Waltham.  There are also many, many classes all around Boston.  For more classes, open the document called Boston-Area Literacy Organizations on the bottom of the page.  Things change very quickly so it's always best to call or email.

ESL Classes In Watertown and Waltham


·      Watertown Public Library Project Literacy English Classes

Call 617.924.8797 or email  jbayer@watertown-ma.gov to make an appointment about registration, or stop by our office on the second floor of the library.

There is a waiting list so best register as soon as possible.  Classes start September, November and January. 

 

·      Watertown High School Conversation Group

Call  617.924.8797 or email jbayer@watertown-ma.gov for more information.

Drop in—anyone can come.

Thursday nights, 7-8:30 room 346 (3rd floor)

No classes during the summer.

 

·      Waltham Public Library

English Conversation Groups by English at Large (held at Waltham Public Library)

free conversation groups to adult intermediate and advanced English speakers.
Days and Times: During fall and spring sessions at various times during the week.
Contact: Register with English at Large, 781-395-2374, www.englishatlarge.com
Address: Waltham Public Library, 735 Main Street, Waltham, MA Web Addresses: englishatlarge.org

English at Large

Course offerings: Individual and small group instruction in English and Literacy for adults.
Contact: 781-395-2374
Web address: www.englishatlarge.com


·      WATCH: Breaking Barriers

Course offerings: Classes and referrals at various levels in English, empowerment, life skills. Classes cost between $30- $60; Free Computer Classes
Contact: 781-891-6689
Address: 24 Crescent Street, Suite 401, Waltham MA 02453
Web address: http://watchcdc.org/breaking-barriers-at-watch

 

·      Hope International Church

Course offerings: ESL classes three evenings a week in July and August.
Contact: 781-891-5238
Address: 21 Bruce Rd., Waltham, MA 02453
Web address: http://www.hopeic.org/

·      Online English Learning

There are many computer programs to help learn English:

http://www.englishatlarge.org/resources.html

 

 For a list of Boston Area Literacy Organizations, open the file below.

 

 

ĉ
Miriam Shenitzer,
May 17, 2015, 12:22 PM
Comments