English as a Second Language Opportunities
Many students seek to improve their English skills in order to enhance their ability to communicate with others, improve their job opportunities or prepare for college classes. Alamo Colleges provides many learning opportunities for non-native English speakers if you or someone you know is interested in learning English, our ESL classes are affordable and effective. In these classes, students learn how to use English in their everyday lives, communicating with co-workers and the community in general with a better vocabulary and more confidence. A variety of ESL classes—from beginning level conversational to advanced grammar and reading—is available in continuing education ESL classes or an ESL academic program which leads to college or university study.
Northeast Lakeview College Workforce Development and Community Education
We provide noncredit education for the public. No formal entrance requirements are needed.
Northwest Vista College ESL Home
Learn English as a Second Language (ESL) at Northwest Vista College, where we create opportunities for success by providing quality learning and enrichment experiences to meet the various needs of students of limited English proficiency. The program offers English as a Second Language (ESL) curriculum that includes Grammar, Conversation, Reading and Writing.
Palo Alto College Continuing Education
ESL courses are for non-native speakers of English who have limited or no English language skills and who are 17 years or older. Our classes have a student-centered approach with small class size. Course includes communication skills for the workplace with emphasis on basic grammar, writing, vocabulary, reading, speaking and listening skills.
St. Philip’s College English as a Second Language
Rather than blending students of various skill levels in one class, we place students in our classes as a result of their ESL ACCUPLACER placement exam scores. This results in classes that are better-targeted to their respective students. Our patient but challenging instructors then work with students in the classroom setting to help them reach their language goals.
SAC’s Continuing Education ESL Program
The English as a Second Language (ESL) Program at San Antonio College provides beginning through advanced ESL classes in 8-week courses. The curriculum includes speaking and listening, reading and vocabulary, writing and grammar.
SAC's Academic ESL Program (prepares students for academic programs at colleges or universities)
The English as a Second Language Program (ESLA) at San Antonio College offers stimulating and challenging courses to motivated students from around the world (including students with F-1 visas).
Students who finish the program are highly successful in college classes. Furthermore, successful completion of the English for Academic Purposes (ENGA) program guarantees you entry into college classes at SAC and in many cases, subsequent automatic transfer too many prestigious four-year universities.