ESL Overview

CACE offers five levels of online ESL classes in the morning and evening (see below). All ESL students must fill out a student interest form online.  Please click the link below.
Students are contacted to take a placement test.  The results of the placement tests determine which level of ESL class would best serve the student in order to help reach personal, educational and/or employment goals.

Fall Semester
Spring Semester
August 17 to December 22, 2021     January 6 to June 3, 2022


Program Description

CACE provides English language instruction to adults who wish to make a successful transition into American society and develop the skills needed to reach your professional and personal goals. We offer a variety of formats to meet individual needs:
  • General ESL classes
  • FLEX Individual ESL
  • Citizenship
CACE ESL classes will help you develop and improve your listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading, and writing skills. Depending on your individual goals, our ESL classes will enable you to:
  • Continue to study English at a higher level
  • Achieve a high school diploma or GED program if you didn’t finish school in your native country
  • Enter college
  • Begin a job training program
  • Improve your current job skills and/or obtain a better job
Beginning ESL through advanced-level classes are offered mornings and evenings.
Our experienced ESL teachers and Student Advisors work closely with you to help you identify and reach your goals.
Students must take placement tests before enrolling in an ESL class.