About Our English School

The ESL faculty provide student-centered instruction, and all have the necessary experience, certifications, and degrees to ensure excellent classroom instruction. Many have advanced degrees, are industry thought leaders, and serve on boards of local and national organizations in TESOL, adult education, refugee empowerment, literacy, and accreditation bodies for ESL programs.  We also have an extensive network of volunteers who play a vital role in supporting our work. 

Fast facts about Colorado's most diverse English school

  • The largest English as a Second Language program in Colorado
  • The longest running English program in the state, teaching English since 1916
  • 94 countries and 72 languages are represented in our student population
  • High-quality and low-cost classes
  • Scholarships are available
  • All tuition-based ESL classes are the same rate regardless of residency status
  • Refugees attend English classes for free

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Upcoming Related Events

Monday, August 20, 2018
Hospitality Management Program Starts
Time: 7:30am
Monday, August 20, 2018
GED High School Equivalency Classes
Time: 9:00am

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From our students...

I chose EGTC because the stellar reputation the LPN program has for teaching their students the best way to practice in the medical field.

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From our teachers...

I started the Phlebotomy Program here 15 years ago. Phlebotomy is a great field that can open many doors; new opportunities can arise depending on how far a student wants to extend themselves.

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Current Faculty