English Classes : Emily Griffith Technical College

English Classes

We have full-time and part-time start dates throughout the year! Give us a call at 720-423-4700 to find out when our next available start date is.

Are you ready to learn English? We can help! We have been helping adults  learn English for more than 100 years. Each year more than 1,400 students from 85 different countries, speaking 66 different languages come to Emily Griffith to learn English. 

At Emily Griffith, we offer several different types of English language classes programs. You can register for the classes based on your needs, and you can take classes from any of the programs simultaneously:

  • Pre-Academic and Community English (PACE): PACE is our academic program. In these classes, you’ll improve your everyday English and focus on skills that will prepare you for community college, trade school, and university. These classes are 8 weeks long. 
  • Career Readiness ESL (CRESL): CRESL classes are FREE English classes specifically for newly arriving refugees. You’ll learn English skills to help you get a job. Students in these classes MUST be refugees. Classes start every Monday. 

Resources: We also offer a variety of different resources for immigrants and refugees, including legal advice, career assistance, citizenship classes, job training and more. 

Resources

Questions? If you need more information, give us a call at 720-423-4700 or email us at LearnEnglish@emilygriffith.edu

You can also get the English Classes Program Flyer.

You can view our current class schedule here.

To register, contact us at LearnEnglish@emilygriffith.edu.

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EMILY’S STORIES


"It has been my desire to succeed in life and I believe that having a good education is the foundation of good success."

Lillian is a graduate of our HSE program. Lillian is originally from Nigeria and came to Denver in 2016. She came to Emily Griffith to continue her education. The GED program was her starting point and her goal was to then continue to CNA and then LPN and from there additional training in nursing if she has the chance.

Lillian says her husband encouraged her and helped explain concepts. Laura Blom gave her textbooks to practice reading, Martha in the SSC was really helpful as well. Lilian used the SSC to get help with math questions and Martha would help her out, and Laura was always there and she approached her on breaks to ask questions. The encouragement she received was really important to staying positive and ultimately achieving her goal.

Lillian passed her GED and she is now preparing to apply to the CNA program! “It has been my desire to succeed in life and I believe that having a good education is the foundation of good success,” says Lillian. “I would like to thank Laura, and Emily Griffith for showing me the way and for providing me the opportunity to achieve one of my goals.”

Congratulations Lillian! 

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