English Language - Evans Community Adult School

English as a Second Language Courses

Summer Courses: July 6 - July 31
New and returning students, please follow these steps to register:
Fill out an online application.

Watch the above video on how to fill out your online application

How to fill out an online form

Step 1:

Online Enrollment

An EVANS counselor will contact you at the phone number provided in your online application to:
  • Review your online application
  • Complete an interview over the phone
  • Schedule your class
We look forward to speaking with you.

Step 2:

Interview and Registration

After completing your registration, activate your student email account.
* Your teacher will give your student ID number and PIN
Watch the above video on how to activate your school email (SSO) account

Step 3:

Activate School Email (SSO)

July 6 - July 31

Monday to Friday

8:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Teachers will provide lessons via Zoom or Schoology, assign students offline activities, as well as teacher hours for assignment correction.

Click here for Summer school flyer.

Class Schedule

  • Vocational ESL Beginning Low A

  • Vocational ESL Beginning Low B

  • Vocational ESL Beginning High A

  • Vocational ESL Beginning High B

  • Soft Skills ESL Intermediate Low A

  • Soft Skills ESL Intermediate Low B

  • Soft Skills ESL Intermediate High A

  • Soft Skills ESL Intermediate High B to Advanced Low

ESL Levels - Summer 2020

Call or Email
Please contact us at (213) 241-4792 or email us at contact@evansla.org for questions or assistance.

Need Assistance?

The English as a Second Language (ESL) program provides English learners with the language skills needed to:

  • Support the academic achievement of their K-12 children

  • Find and improve employment opportunities

  • Succeed in college and career training programs

  • Become United States citizens

  • Participate more fully in their communities


ESL classes give English learners opportunities to study and practice English language communications skills, including listening, speaking, reading, writing, and critical thinking. Competency-based courses span seven levels ranging from beginning to advanced English language development.