English for New Americans (ENA)
ESOL/English as a Second Language Classes for Adults!
We offer day and evening classes for English language instruction. Refugees, immigrants, and visitors from many countries come together to read, write, listen and speak the English language.
To enroll, students must fill out a registration form and take a language test. The results will determine student placement level.
- Our classes offer practical English for living and working in the community, and conversing with friends and neighbors.
- ENA also offers computer skills classes for students who are enrolled in ESL classes.
- Citizenship classes are offered in the Fall and Spring and are open to anyone needing help preparing for citizenship.
- There are special events such as conversation cafes, holiday dinners, and afternoon teas where our students practice conversation with native English speakers.
ESOL Class Schedule
- Monday & Wednesday (9 AM to 12 noon)
- Tuesday & Thursday (9 AM to 12 noon)
- Monday & Wednesday (6 PM to 8:30 PM)
- Tuesday & Thursday (6 PM to 8:30 PM)
Frequently Asked Questions
When does the next class start? Classes run from September to June and students can enter classes in September, January or March. To register, contact our office to schedule an orientation appointment.
How much do English classes cost? Basic English classes are free of charge.
For registration information: Please see our Facebook page, call, or email for more information
- Facebook: English for New Americans, ENA
- Phone: 603-361-2649
- Email contact: Barbara DelloRusso, Program Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
ENA is a program of Southern New Hampshire Services and is funded primarily by grants from the NH Department of Education (Adult Division). Many Manchester residents and students from local colleges volunteer their time to help ENA students.