Thank you to all the guests, sponsors, volunteers and staff who made our Spring Event a great success!  We couldn’t have done it without you. Your support and generosity make all of WEC’s work possible.

Celebrating 25 years of service, Washington English Center continues its mission – providing English classes, computer instruction, workforce preparation and a variety of support programs to immigrants and refugees.

Learn more about our founder, history, services and the impact we are having on the lives of immigrants in the 2018 Annual Report.

Our Major Sponsors

Other Valued Supporters (click)

The WEC Story, as told by our students

(This video was produced by students Ucu Agustin and Maciej Eichelberger)

Spring 2019 Class Information

Enrollment is open!

English Classes Schedule and Fees

Early registration fees (paid before the first day of class) / Late registration fees  (paid on and after the first day of class) / Lower fees apply starting March 1.

Daytime classes $155 / $165

Monday thru Thursday / 10AM to 1PM / April 8 thru June 20

Evening classes $135 / $145

Monday thru Thursday /7PM to 9PM / April 8 thru June 20

Weekend classes $135 / $145

Saturday and Sunday / 2PM to 5PM / April 13 thru June 30 

Conversation Class and Advanced Grammar $80 / $90

Sunday / 10AM to 12PM / April 14 thru June 30

Additional Classes

Computer Literacy (taught in English) $45

Tuesday and Thursday/ 6PM to 7PM / April 16 thru June 20

Computer Literacy (taught in Spanish) $30

Saturdays / 10AM to 1 PM / 

Citizenship Preparation (taught in English) $75

Monday thru Thursday / 6PM to 7PM / April 15 thru June 20

Click HERE for more information on how to register. Note: If you are a new student the process can take two hours.

English for the Kitchen $95 (4 weeks)

Monday thru Thursday / 6PM to 9PM / April 1 thru April 24

Career Exploration $75

Monday thru Thursday / 1:30PM to 3PM / April 15 thru June 20

Job Preparation and Job Search Workshops

Available to registered students.  Free – no fees!  Email for more information.

 Photo by Kate Maloney