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Available Courses

  To become an adult learner, you must:

  • Have access to the internet and a computer with video and audio.
  • Register online with a valid email address, phone number, first name and last name (no initials).
  • Commit to attend all classes in the course.

Online Course Schedule and Registration

Registration with a valid phone number and full name is required for participation. Adult learners can register by clicking on the registration links below or by visiting the Library’s Calendar of Events. Registration will be for the full course – there is no need to register more than once. All sessions will be recorded. Online classes are hosted through Zoom. Registrants will receive the Zoom link via email 24 hours prior to start time.

Basic Spanish for Beginners (10 Weeks)

Basic course designed for non-Spanish speakers who have never spoken the language. To provide more scheduling options, the same course is taught at both 5:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.


Basic Spanish with Mango Languages (10 Weeks*)

This course is designed for non-Spanish speakers who have never spoken Spanish. Certified teachers will provide Spanish-language instruction incorporating the Mango Languages electronic resource available through the library.

*No classes Monday, January 16 and February 20. Make-up classes will be held Tuesday, January 17 and February 21.


Intermediate Spanish (10 Weeks)

This course is designed for those who can communicate in Spanish but need help to improve vocabulary, grammar and conversational skills. To provide more scheduling options, the same course is taught at both 5:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. 


Advanced Spanish Communication Skills (10 Weeks)

This course is designed for adults who have a high-intermediate understanding of Spanish as a second language but need improvement in communication skills, including listening, reading and writing.


Basic English for Beginners (10 Weeks)

Certified teachers will provide basic, elementary English language instruction for adults with no understanding of the language. To provide more scheduling options, classes are taught at both 5:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.


Intermediate English (10 Weeks*)

This course is designed for those who can hold basic conversations in English but need help to improve vocabulary, grammar and fluency. To provide more scheduling options, classes are taught at both 5:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

*No classes Monday, January 16 and February 20. Make-up classes will be held Tuesday, January 17 and February 21.


Advanced English Communication Skills (10 Weeks*)

This course is designed for adults who have a high-intermediate understanding of English as a second language but need improvement in communication skills, including listening, reading and writing. To provide more scheduling options, the same course is taught at both 5:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

*No classes Monday, January 16 and February 20. Make-up classes will be held Tuesday, January 17 and February 21.


Basic Portuguese (10 Weeks)

This Portuguese language course is designed to enable adults to communicate appropriately in social and general business situations with an emphasis on listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.


Adult Basic Education – Intermediate Reading Skills (10 Weeks)

Certified teachers will provide instruction in reading skills at the elementary level. Adults will be tested to determine reading levels and instruction will be provided at a level equivalent to kindergarten through fifth grade.


Adult Basic Education – Intermediate Math Skills (10 Weeks)

Certified teachers will provide instruction in math skills at a level equivalent to kindergarten through fifth grade to help adults improve their math problem-solving skills.


GED Test Preparation (10 Weeks)

Certified teachers will provide instruction on GED content by reviewing skills and providing practice questions to help students prepare for the GED test.


SAT Test Preparation (7 Weeks*)

Participants will learn helpful tips and strategies that every test-taker should know to prepare for the SAT college admissions exam.

*No classes Monday, January 16 and February 20.


U.S. Citizenship (10 Weeks)

This class will prepare qualified individuals for the U.S. citizenship test. Participants will learn citizenship eligibility requirements, U.S. history and government, interview tips and more. Instruction will be provided in English only.

This project was partially funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Florida’s LSTA program is administered by the Department of State’s Division of Library and Information Services.