Citizenship Classes at the Arlington Public Library
Adult Education has opened registration for citizenship classes beginning this fall. Classes will be ongoing starting in September and ending in June 2023. These free ten-week courses are designed to get students prepared for the citizenship test. The classes will cover civics, government, geography fundamentals, and United States history. Classes are taught in English.
Any Arlington residents that are interested in taking the next step in earning their citizenship are encouraged to attend. The first course begins September 21. Registration is required. Classes will meet on Wednesday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the East Library and Recreation Center and online. Students can find the link for online classes on the calendar.
Adult education also offers resources for those looking to earn their GED or improve their English.
ESL (English as a second language) classes are offered for all skill levels. These interactive, and dynamic classes are led by dedicated experienced teachers. Students will take a test to determine their language needs. Classes are free and all materials are provided.
Adults working towards earning their GED or high school equivalency diploma are encouraged to attend free test-prep classes. These classes will help prepare students for high school equivalency tests like the GED. Classes will cover Math, Social Studies, Science, Writing, and Reading. All materials for classes are provided.
Contact Adult Education at (817) 459-6912 for more information.