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    ✱ CLASSES MOVED - NEW LOCATION: CLASSES ONLY - FALL 2019 ✱

    30175 Highmeadow Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48334 • (248) 426-2635

    Registration for Fall 2019

    Still located at 30415 Shiawassee, Farmington Hills - Registration ONLY - Fall 2019

    • To add your name to the registration list, contact Jennifer Douglas, ESL Clerk (248) 426-2635 or jennifer.douglas@fpsk12.net
    • 8/19/19 - 8/20/19 - Returning student registration
    • 8/21/19 - 8/22/19 - New student registration
    • Walk-ins will be put on the waitlist immediately and will be contacted as soon as seats become available.

     ✱ Classes begin September 9, 2019 at the new location 

    MORNING CLASSES ONLY: MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, & THURSDAY

    9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.

    Students must attend class 3-4 days per week

    Morning classes include Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced ESL

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    ALLOW 3 HOURS FOR EVALUATION AND PLACEMENT

    • All students must have a valid photo I.D. such as a Michigan Driver's License, Michigan I.D. card, or Passport.
    • ALL STUDENTS MUST BE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OLD OR OLDER.
    • A voluntary $25.00 cash donation per semester for student activities is requested (Thanksgiving celebration, graduation, class celebrations, etc.)
    • Child care is not available during registration. Children under 16 years of age are not permitted in the building during registration.

    APPLICANTS ACCOMPANIED BY CHILDREN UNDER 16 YEARS OLD WILL BE TURNED AWAY AT THE DOOR DURING REGISTRATION.


     Child Care 

    • Daycare children must be 18 months and walking up to 4 years old by May 2019.
    • A voluntary $25 cash donation per semester for activities and supplies.

    Program Purpose: Assist students whose first language is not English with development of speaking, listening, reading, writing, and real-life English skills for success within the community.
     
    Program Highlights:
    • English language acquisition
    • Helping ESL students obtain jobs
    • Access to secondary educational opportunities
    • A wide variety of community resources
    • Support your children in the K-12 schools
    • U.S. Civics to prepare for citizenship
    • New, lifetime friendships with classmates and staff
     
    Join us!