English as a Second Language

ESL

Classes in English as a Second Language  are offered for beginners through advanced students, mornings and evenings in our classrooms in our West Chester location. Reading, writing, speaking, and English comprehension are developed in the context of real-life and workplace situations. Civics classes help non-native English speakers to learn about the culture and customs, as well as, the laws and government of the United States.

To attend a class, please call the Educational Director, Maryann Mann at 610-692-2344.
You must make an appointment and meet with her before you can attend a class.

Morning
Monday – 9am-12pm
Tuesday – 9am-12pm
Wednesday – 9am-12pm
Thursday – 9am-12pm

Evening
Monday – 6pm – 8:30pm
Wednesday – 6pm – 8:30pm

Students are assigned to class by the Educational Director and required to attend class twice per week.

Tutors are also available to work with students whose work or daily schedules interfere with regular class attendance. Please call Jeanne King, Workforce Literacy Program Coordinator to ask about this service.