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Our online summer session has ended. Please check back in mid-August for fall class information.  

Meantime, Keep learning! 
Here are some ideas: 

Duolingo online language learning

One of our staff, Summayia Khan, has made some short YouTube videos for learners in her classes. She's happy to share them with you. Check them out at:

Another staff member, former schoolteacher Shari McCright, has found some online education sites that are making free services available during the pandemic crisis:  

They are giving free basic access right now.  Teacher adds students and gives them a code to join. Teachers give assignments and can see progress. Lessons focus on phonic skills, reading, writing, and math.
Thousands of Free books for students to read or listen to online.  Videos and articles are included on many topics.  The teacher can join, then share a code and add students to a classroom roster.
Free online lessons.  More appropriate for higher-level readers, and those students interested in math or other academic subjects.
Free The teacher adds students to his/her class and can give students assignments.  Students can videotape presentations and share with the teacher. 
Free Lively music and actions for all ages!  You can choose a curricular concept to work on such as the song and vocabulary activity, “Word Off.” 

News for You (News in simple English)

Other online educational websites:


An ESL mobile learning platform that provides support for grammar, listening, reading, vocabulary, and writing. has 14 different languages, word banks, grammar guides, flashcards, and pronunciation practice.

If you have a cellphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer, you can connect with us during this Covid-19 emergency. If you do not have a laptop or internet connection at home, let us know. We will try to help.