English as a Second Language

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    FREE English as a Second Language (ESL) and Citizenship classes for adults in the Greater Sacramento area, are offered at beginning to intermediate levels on a continuous basis. These classes focus on communication for work, home, school, and the community, and help develop and improve communication skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students improve their English grammar, gain important life skills, and learn more about American culture. 

     

    All students must take a placement test and attend an orientation session to determine the appropriate level for class placement. For more information, email us at: Adult.Education@sanjuan.edu or call (916) 971-7654. 

      

    Registration is now open for Fall classes! 

    1. Please complete the online registration form (link below). 

    2. After you complete the registration form, the ESL program coordinator will contact you to schedule a placement test.  

    3. Following testing you will be invited to join an orientation meeting.  
      Please wait to be contacted after completing the online registration form below, as this process takes time.  

    Our FREE ESL classes have continuous enrollment throughout the school year.  Students will be placed into open classes after the registration process is complete. 

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    Click here to complete the ESL online registration for Fall 2022 classes.  

     

     
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Last Modified on August 31, 2022