English as a Second Language Courses in Macomb County

Macomb County residents who want to learn to speak English as a second language find support through these community classes.

Macomb County has been designated as a “welcoming community” by the nonprofit Welcoming America.

This means that the community is filled with, and embraces, people of different colors, ethnicities and backgrounds — it means that it provides resources to help immigrants and refugees better assimilate to their new home.

Among those resources are the many English as a Second Language programs.

Here, you will find a list of eight Macomb County programs that teach English to residents who primarily speak another language but want to improve their skills.

Share it with those who wish to learn more — and remember, no matter where you come from, or what language you speak, you’re welcome in Macomb County.

Adult Education at Lakeshore Schools in St. Clair Shores

Find all kinds of educational support from GED prep classes and testing to summer school and English as a second language, which teaches English, civics, citizenship, career and technical skills.

Clinton-Macomb Public Library ESL Programs in Clinton Township

This program helps students learn English through conversation groups, book discussions and more. It includes the citizenship program and learning materials.

English for Academic Purposes and English as a Second Language Courses at Macomb Community College in Warren

These courses work to prepare non-native English speakers for an English-speaking academic environment and help students gain confidence in their English-language skills. Students take a test to decide which course they should be placed in based on their current abilities.

English as a Second Language at Warren Woods Public Schools

Residents of Macomb County ages 18-plus who are not registered in a K-12 school learn how to read, write, speak and listen to English. Conversational skills, basic computer instruction and citizen prep are taught during the lessons. Students of all languages are welcome.

English as a Second Language at Chippewa Valley Schools in Clinton Township

This program is made for adults ages 20-plus. It starts by building a foundation and then works to build grammar, vocabulary, listening, pronunciation, reading and writing skills.

English as a Second Language at Warren Consolidated Schools

Try free ESL classes for ages 20 and up. You’ll work on listening, speaking, reading and writing English. Advance registration required.

English as a Second Language and Adult Education through Utica Community Schools

This program teaches English language communication skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) to students whose native language is not English. You’ll also learn valuable life skills and skills for the workplace.

L’Anse Creuse Public Schools English Learners in Clinton Township

This program offers a comfortable learning environment for kids to strengthen their English skills. Students must take a state-mandated test to assess their current writing, listening and speaking skills.

For more information on living and learning in Macomb County, visit Make Macomb Your Home. Find more articles like this at Metro Parent’s A Family Guide to Macomb County.

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