Community ESL classes help students with limited language proficiency or low literacy skills develop their English proficiency, life skills, and career readiness. Classes provide instruction and practice in conversation, grammar, listening, reading, and writing in the context of both life and work skills. Community site classes are a result of partnerships with agencies throughout Baltimore City. The program serves immigrants and refugees. The Community ESL program provides the highest quality of instruction, consistently performing above the state average for successful academic completion of ESL programs in the state of Maryland.
The Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR) provides grant funding for the program. All Community ESL classes are FREE for students.
Class Locations (Baltimore City)
- BCCC-Harbor Site (710 E. Lombard St.)
- BCCC- Reisterstown Plaza Center (6764A Reisterstown Rd.)
- Enoch Pratt Free Library-Patterson Park Branch (158 N. Linwood Ave.)
- Esperanza Center (430 S. Broadway St.)
- Hampstead Hill Academy (500 S. Linwood Ave.)
- Judy Center at John Rurah Elementary/Middle School (701 Rappolla St.)
- Park House (200 S. Linwood Ave.)
- Southeast Early Head Start at Kennedy Krieger Family Center (100 N. Chester St.)
- St. Vincent de Paul Head Start Southeast at Our Lady of Fatima (6400 E. Pratt St.)
- UA House at Fayette (1100 E. Fayette St.)
Last Modified on August 17, 2018