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1265 El Camino Real, 250
Santa Clara, CA 95050

Ph:  408-374-5066
Fax: 408-884-4984
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Welcome to California College of Communications ESL Program
CalCC, established in 1992, is located at the heart of the Silicon Valley within close proximity to San Francisco, San Jose, The Pacific Ocean and Lake Tahoe. We offer morning, afternoon and evening classes in English as a Second Language.

Our school offers small class sizes, personalized attention and affordable prices for foreign students to improve their English skills in reading, writing, speaking, and grammar. Courses are designed to teach them the skills to prepare them for college and university as well as their personal growth and development.

California College of Communications is authorized to issue I-20's for foreign student visas. We do not place students in internships or work positions after or during their enrollment at CalCC.

With one of the best climates in the country, the Bay Area is famous for its year round sunshine, world's top high-tech companies, cosmopolitan entertainment life with international restaurants, theaters, museums, night clubs, world class concerts, sporting events and amusement parks.

Mission Statement
The mission of the CalCC ESL program is to help non-native speakers of English to master the conventions of academic English for college and university level courses, TOEFL exam, as well as their personal growth and development. By taking ESL courses at CalCC, students learn how to meet the high standards demanded by the academic community and the professional workplace.

Goals
  1. To help students attain an expert level of English language fluency and accuracy in written and spoken forms.
  2. To help students adapt culturally and interculturally.
  3. To hone and enhance English language skills of international students for successful college or university entrance in the United States.
  4. To provide our students with the support and services they require to make the transition from their own countries to life in the United States.
  5. To be recognized for our excellence in teaching and learning aligned with accreditation standards.
  6. To promote cultural diversity, good citizenship, global awareness and human dignity.
  7. To recruit only the talented and experienced English language specialists and staff and promote their continued professional growth.

 

 

 

 


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