Adult Education Programs and
English as a Second Language (ESL)

Instructional services and materials are provided free of charge.
Virtual and in-person sessions available.

Please contact us at:      (850) 606-2644        literacy@leoncountyfl.gov

Learn With Us

We can help you:

· Improve your math, reading, writing, and conversation skills

· Get your diploma/GED

· Improve your score on PERT, TOEFL, TABE, and other exams

· Pass the U.S. Citizenship exam

· Improve your English language skills

We will connect you with a volunteer tutor or tutor-guided group that fits your schedule.

Please contact us at:      (850) 606-2644        literacy@leoncountyfl.gov


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Try Learning Express for practice tests, online tutorials, job preparation tools and more. A library card is required for access outside the library. Library cards are free for Leon County residents. If you need a library card, apply here.


The Library offers FREE Kindergarten through 8th grade tutoring:

Homework Hub tutoring on zoom

 


Volunteer with us

Volunteer tutors meet with their learners in small groups or one-to-one once per week for one to two hours to help them reach their  goals.

Our Adult Education program helps adults in achieving their learning goals. Tutors work with learners improve their reading, math, and workplace skills. They also help learners prepare for the GED or other tests.

The English as a Second Language (ESL) program helps newcomers from around the world learn English, prepare for the U.S. citizenship exam, improve workplace skills, and learn about American culture. Tutors do not need to know a foreign language to be an ESL tutor.

To become a volunteer, please contact us at:      (850) 606-2644        literacy@leoncountyfl.gov


 

english as second language learner spotlight

Jaime is our newest U.S. citizen. He has been in the library ESL program for 2 years. During this time he has been working with his tutor, Nashali, to prepare for the U.S. citizenship exam. In November he passed the test with flying colors and completed the oath ceremony in December. Congratulations, Jaime!