English as a Second Language
Maria Campbell, right, is seen with Christina Bello. Bello began taking ESL classes at Sandhills, completed her high school equivolency, and now owns La Poblanita Mexican Café in downtown Aberdeen.
Communicating in English supports our foreign residents on their journey to a satisfying life in our area. Sandhills Community College is committed to helping non-English speaking residents of Moore and Hoke counties learn the English language through English as a Second Language (ESL).
ESL Classes Help Many in Community
In an ESL class at Sandhills, there are typically individuals of many different languages. We have taught Czechoslovakians, Russians, Ukrainians, Germans, Vietnamese, Laotians, Hindus, Japanese, Thais, Central and South Americans, Iraqis, and Iranians. It doesn’t matter the native language, ESL classes help foreigners learn English.
Our ESL instructors have taught students from a range of educational levels. We have had students who hold advanced university degrees from their home countries. We have taught English to physicians, clergy, engineers, and attorneys. Alongside them, we teach those who are almost illiterate in their own country and have little education.
ESL Locations and Times
We schedule ESL classes during the mornings and evenings on our main campus in Pinehurst, at the Garner Center in Robbins and at the Sandhills Hoke Center as well as other locations.
Schedule of Classes
129 Van Dusen Hall
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