Here is our latest information on classes, conversation groups, and tutors in MetroWest, and a few places to search for English classes anywhere in Massachusetts (click on the program’s name for more details):

 Adi’s Language School (Framingham)  – Space Available

 BRACE (Framingham) – Spring classes have begun

Flyers By Night – New beginner class to be offered Mon/Wed PM at Framingham High School

 Framingham Adult ESL – Lottery Sign-up for Spring 2023 classes has closed.  Next classes will be in September 2023.

  Framingham State University – Next community English classes beginning in May. See the data sheet for more about info sessions.

  Hospitality Common at Greater Framingham Community Church – Next Classes begin January 3rd

  Joan Brack Center (SMOC Framingham) – Space is limited.  There may be a waiting list.  Come to the Brack Center (10 Roxanna St) to fill out an application.

Keefe Tech (Framingham) – Next classes begin in March

LEAP (Framingham) – Contact the program for latest status

   MassBay (Framingham and Wellesley)  – Contact the college for latest information

   Hudson/Maynard – You can register for the waitlist at Hudson High School

 Assabet After Dark (Marlborough) – Registration is open.  Next classes begin in March

   ProGente Connections (Framingham and Marlborough) – Contact the school for latest information about classes

 Milford Community – No classes currently offered

Northborough Senior Center – No classes currently offered

  Wellesley Library – Limited space is available. Registration is required. Need to live or work in Wellesley.

 Conversation Groups – Limited availability for online groups, mostly offered by area libraries (free)

 Zoom Groups beyond MetroWest – Here are some free conversation groups and mini-classes being offered online, especially because of the pandemic

   Tutoring – Available now from some private schools.  Or join a waiting list at one of several free programs

More Information:

  • Formal ESL Classes – some are free, some have a cost, where you are registered, and attend classes usually once or twice each week for many weeks.
  • Conversation Groups – most are free and informal.  They usually meet once a week for a few hours, and you attend when you can.
  • Tutors and special instruction – A tutor is a teacher who works with just one student, or maybe two.  Working with an English tutor can be a good way to improve your English more quickly, because you get to speak more, and work more on the kind of English help that you need.  There are also some private schools that offer help preparing for the citizenship test or green card interview, and special instruction for topics such as business English or accent reduction.

Other Classes (HiSet/GED, Citizenship, Job Training, etc.)

High School Equivalency (HiSet / GED) and Citizenship Prep

Framingham Adult ESL – 4 Levels of classes to prepare for the HiSet exam. Contact the office for latest status

   Joan Brack Center (SMOC Framingham) –  Daytime HSE classes.  Sometimes up to 8 week wait after you apply.

   Keefe Tech (Framingham) – 6-week and self-paced online GED Test Prep training

   Hudson/Maynard  – Contact  the Hudson Maynard Adult Learning Center for latest information

  Quinsigamond Community College  (Worcester) –

Job Training

   MassHire (Framingham) – Registration for job training class is open.

   One Family (Framingham) – Free 12-week career counseling program for qualified parents, “Credential to Career”

Other Lists

If you know of any updated information, or other classes that should be included here, please let us know.