Free classes for students who need to learn basic English
Courses teach students English for life and work.
Classes offered in many locations around Frederick.
Fee-based classes for students who have an intermediate or higher level of English.
Courses focus on specific English skills, for example, oral skills development, reading, writing, and grammar.
Courses are designed to transition students from basic English to formal professional or academic English.
Tuition-based classes for students with high-intermediate or higher proficiency in formal English.
Courses focus on developing academic English in grammar, reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
Courses are designed to prepare students for the rigor of degree programs and/or professional communication.
Come in to the Adult Education Office for information on
upcoming placement testing
Take the CASAS or LOEP placement exams and then make an appointment with the ESL Program Manager to discuss your options.
*Not sure which test to take? Look at the ESL placement test chart below,under the Targeted ESL section.
Take the LOEP placement test in the Testing Center.
*Take a look at the practice test and other testing tips online at www.frederick.edu
After the test, you will be directed to the next step in the registration process.