→GUELPH, RURAL WELLINGTON
MCI funded—English as a Second Language program, ESL Literacy, Conversation and Pronunciation, Writing, Workplace Communication, Canadian Idioms and Expressions, Listening Comprehension, Citizenship test preparation, and ESL Tutoring Programs offered
To attend MCI funded classes, learner must be 18+ years, or a graduate of secondary school; must have a first language that is other than English; must be residing in Canada as a naturalized Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident, Convention Refugee or Refugee Claimant, or have arrived through the Live-in Caregiver program. Must first have a language assessment at Immigrant Services Guelph–Wellington.
A tuition fee must be paid by those residing in Ontario as a temporary resident, as a visitor, on a study permit or work permit. Not all programs are open to temporary residents. Some exceptions for work permits may apply.
Guelph—St. George’s Centre
21 King Street
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) funded—Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC)
To attend IRCC funded classes, learner must be 18+ years, must have a first language that is other than English; must be residing in Canada as a Permanent Resident or Convention Refugee. Must first have a language assessment at Immigrant Services Guelph–Wellington.
→CAMBRIDGE, KITCHENER, WATERLOO
All ESL/LINC Programs: Adults (18+ years)
September to June (school year)
Summer school for ESL July 2022 only (dates, locations and format to be determined)
Visit https://stlouis.wcdsb.ca for updates
ESL—ext. 245 or ext. 540
LINC—ext. 538 or ext. 224
Our mission is to provide any adult or family in Waterloo-Wellington with access to literacy training.