Our  English program is designed to:

- Train learners to become highly proficient in English speaking, reading, writing, and listening 

- Provide learners with sufficient English communication skills for the workforce 

- Provide learners with sufficient professional development skills for the workforce 

- Help learners to identify and pursue their desired industry specific vocation  and or career 

- Prepare advanced English speakers for post-secondary academic English learning 

  • 6 Levels

  • 16 weeks per level

  • 112 hours per level 

(On Campus) 

 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (PM)

  • 6:00PM- 7:45PM

  • 8:00PM-9:45PM

(On Campus) 


  •  10:00AM-2:00PM

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Test of English as a Foreign Language 


If you are preparing to attend a college or a university in the United States,  you must take and do well on the TOEFL exam.  We provide an 8 week comprehensive  TOEFL prep course with a strong focus on reading, writing, listening, and speaking.  

For eight weeks, you will study for four hours, in class, with one of our English professors. In addition, you will utilize your study skills for an additional four ours weekly outside of class.  Studying with our professor and weekly independent study time are both ingredients for your success on the TOEFL exam. 

Lastly, we don't leave you hanging. We assist our students with registering for the TOEFL exam and applying for colleges and universities in the United States. 

The TOEFL ibt score is scored on a scale 0 to 120 points. Each of the four sections reading, writing, listening, and speaking, receives a scaled score from 0 to 30 points. 

Our goal is to help every you to reach the highest score possible!!! 

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Course prerequisite:  To enroll into the TOEFL prep course, students must have achieved the following:

1. Completion of high school in their home country and or have attended some college in their home country.

2. Strong mastery of the English language. This can be provided by documentation of an internationally recognized English language exam or an English language school certificate/diploma. 

* If we determine that a student does not meet the English skill level for the TOEFL prep course, we reserve the right to have student  take our free online Cambridge English assessment. Student must score as proficient in the English language. 


English Class ​

  • 4 hours weekly 

  • 2 days per week /2 hours each day 

GED Class in Spanish (DACA  educational requirement

  • 4 hours weekly


  • 4 hours weekly