English as a Second Language (ESL) for Adults

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  • English Language Acquisition program is defined as "a program of instruction designed to help eligible individuals who are English language learners achieve competence in reading, writing, speaking, and comprehension of the English language; and that leads to attainment of the secondary school diploma or its recognized equivalent; and transition to postsecondary education and training; or employment." 

     

    Class offerings:

    • ESL Basic, level 1, 2, 3, 4/Speech & Writing
    • ESL for Professionals -- those who have professional degrees or training from other countries
    • High School Equivalency (HSE) in English and in Spanish
    • Digital Literacy -- participants must be enrolled, active ESL or HSE student
    • Financial Literacy -- participants must be enrolled, active ESL or HSE student
    • Workplace Literacy -- participants must be enrolled, active ESL or HSE student
    • College Bound -- participants must be enrolled, active ESL or HSE student
    • Pharmacy Technician
    • Medical Billing and Coding
  • English as a Second Language (ESL) Registration 


     

    Please visit Ferrari Learning Center, 107 W. Rampart Drive, Tuesdays or Thursdays; 2:00pm to complete a registration form. 

    If you cannot visit Ferrari, you may download the registration form here. You must download the form then print. 

    Use blue or black pen. No pencil or color pens, please. 

    Please use this guide: 2018-2019 Adult Education Registration Form Guide


     

     Bring social security card (if you have one) and identification.

     

    You must be 19 years old or older.

     

    Click here to download ESL Letter to Student's Employer

     

    Questions? Email: adulted@neisd.net 

     

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  • DISTANCE LEARNING

    The NEISD high school equivalency (HSE) prep and ESL distance learning program is at-home computer study. Students interested in participating in distance learning are required to attend regularly scheduled registration and orientation sessions. Acceptance to the distance learning program is subject to availability, entrance exam scores, and computer skills. Students must have transportation to the Ferrari Center located on Rampart Drive.

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