English Language Learner Programs2022-09-09T13:40:49-05:00



Our English language learner programs are designed to meet students’ needs and help them achieve their goals. Whether you are a beginner, want to improve your conversational skills, or build your vocabulary for work, we have the program to meet your needs.


Our ESL class will help you improve your English speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. When you complete the class, you will be ready to move on to the GED or career training. We continue to support your English language learning as you work to complete your goals.

You can complete your GED totally in Spanish! While you are working on your GED, we help you improve your English skills so you are prepared for the workplace.

Do you have an accredited bachelor’s degree from another country? We can support you in putting your credentials to work here in the U.S. We also offer career training with ESL support. We even have a Bilingual Customer Service and Financial Service Representative program!



  • Students must complete all enrollment steps.
  • Students are required to log in a minimum of 8 hours a week and must complete 40 hours within two months.
  • Students are required to take a baseline test and a progress test.
  • Students must have internet access and computer access.
  • Learning materials, instruction, and support will be provided for free to the student.


  • Classes are offered in the morning and afternoon twice a week (Tuesday 9:30am-12:30pm and 5pm-7pm).

  • After 12 hours, students gain access to online learning that supports their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.

  • Students must complete 4 hours a week of online learning after gaining access.

  • Student can continue in the class until they meet their learning goals.

Spanish GED

  • Students must take GED Practice tests at the end of their curriculum.
  • Learning materials, instruction, and one test voucher per subject of the GED are free to students.
  • Students are required to take a practice test and receive a passing score higher than 145.


  • Student needs to complete an intake and the finance class before the credential evaluation process.

  • Students need to have completed a 4–5-year bachelor’s degree from an accredited university from outside of the U.S.

  • Student needs to be able to work legally in the U.S.

  • Need to have proof of international degree completion (must have a copy or scans of transcripts, ID’s, diplomas, or any documentation).


General FAQS

Do I need to have a valid ID to enroll?2021-08-26T10:59:49-05:00

For ESL and Spanish GED, all forms of valid and current ID are accepted, even those from outside of the U.S. ESLP students must provide valid ID and proof of their ability to legally work in the U.S.


What if I have a high school diploma from another country?2021-08-26T10:59:49-05:00

We can connect you with a service to evaluate your high school diploma. We do not offer high school diploma evaluation support. You still qualify for the GED program at no cost if you choose to pursue a high school equivalency certificate in the U.S. You may also qualify for training programs that do not require a U.S. high school diploma.

What if I have a technical certificate or degree from another country?2021-08-26T10:59:48-05:00

Technical certificates or degrees cannot be evaluated for U.S. equivalency. You still qualify to enroll in our training programs.

Does Restore Education pay for the total cost of degree evaluation?2021-08-26T10:59:48-05:00

The student may have to pay a portion of the evaluation. Costs the student is responsible for will be clearly communicated before the process has begun.

How long does the evaluation process take?2021-08-26T10:59:48-05:00

After the student’s documentation is submitted, it will take about 1 month for the student to receive a copy of the evaluation.

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