ESL in Jackson


The English as a Second Language (ESL) Program offers four levels of ESL, combined into two classes. Each class meets two or three nights a week for two hours a night. The classes are designed to help students improve their general language skills for work, daily life, and prepare them for mainstream and college-level courses. Students learn through textbooks, workbooks, video clips, novels, music, as well as cultural activities and excursions. Come to Room 305 in the Center for the Arts during registration week to fill out an application and take a placement test.


This is a non-credit program and we cannot serve J-1 au pair and F-1 international student visas due to government restrictions. Please see our main CWC office for information on community and credit courses.


Spring 2015 Schedule


Registration Week January 20-23 (Tues.-Fri.), 4:00-8:30PM
Classes January 26 - May 6
Graduation Thursday, May 7, 6:30-8:30 PM
Location Center for the Arts, Room 305



ESL: Levels 1 & 2T/W/Th (3 nights) 6:30-8:30 PM
ESL: Levels 3 & 4T/Th (2 nights) 6:30-8:30 PM
Distance Learning
Distance Learning Training
*Mondays, Jan. 26, Feb. 2 & 9
ESL Levels 1-4 M* 6:30-8:30 PM
Distance Learning Class ESL Levels 1-4 Web  


*Students must attend a three-day training in order to take the distance learning class. Students who cannot attend will make an appointment for a one-on-one training with a volunteer or instructor.


 Please check the class descriptions for more details.


240 S. Glenwood Ave, ESL Room #305
(Center for the
Arts Building)
Jackson, WY 83001
ESL Office:
(307)734- 3429  
Email: Jackson ESL


ESL Program

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in English


ESL Program

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in Spanish

Language Exchange Program

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