ESL (English for Students of Other Languages)

English for Students of Other Languages (ESL) Classes

ESL Classes
Learn to speak English! Improve your skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy!
Prepare for your Citizenship Test!

Dearborn Adult Education is offering classes that will help you learn to read, write, and communicate in English….. and help you acquire the skills and knowledge to become active
and informed parents, workers, and community members. Classes will be offered for beginning, intermediate, and advanced learners. All classes will include listening, speaking, reading, writing, and numeracy.

Please Note – Class placement will be based on the results of the assessment testing done at registration.

ESL students must be 20 years or older as of September 1, 2013 and must not be currently enrolled in a high school. ESL students under 20 years are eligible if they have a GED or a high school diploma


DAY classes will be held at:

  • – M-TEC (Day Time) for GED
  • 3601 Shaefer, Dearborn 48126
  • – McDonald (K-5)
  • 10151 Diversey, Dearborn 48126
  • –  Geer Park
  • 14767 Prospect,

-Henry Ford Elementary

16140 Driscoll, Dearborn 48126

– McCollough-Unis Elementary
7801 Maple

– Salina Intermediate School
2623 Salina Street
(women only classes)
EVENING classes will be held at:
– Dearborn Heights Campus
22586 Ann Arbor Trail

Class Schedules
DAY classes are two-hour classes that meet for 12 weeks Monday through Friday from 8:30-10:30, or 10:30-12:30 or 1:00-3:00.  Classes begin Monday,Wednesday 14, 2016 and ending December 16, 2016.
EVENING classes are three-hour classes that meet for 15 weeks Tuesday and Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Classes begin Tuesday, September 6, and end December 26, 2016.

Call  (313)827-1900 for more information

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