Literacy / Tutoring

Storyteller Walk

Experience a single story unfold through a variety of storytelling forms, including storytelling, music, puppets, and art. A free event for all story-loving families, ages 5 and up.

This experience will include walking outside if weather permits. No registration required.

ACT and SAT Workshop

The Huntington Learning Center is providing a free ACT/SAT workshop for teens and parents! The workshop includes an hour presentation on how to do well on the test and a complimentary practice test. There will be time for questions and answers at the end!

Seats available for the first 20 participants.

Hola: Teen Spanish Club

Trying to learn Spanish? Join us on the fourth Wednesday of every month to explore the Spanish language through conversation, games and learning activities. Learn about the different Spanish cultures at each session!

Creative Writing Workshop for Teens

Have you ever been interested in becoming an author? Maybe you are having writers block? Join us every other Thursdays for a teen writing workshop series! Learn how to develop your characters or maybe you would like to learn how to write a fight scene. Bring all your questions!

This program is intended for 13-18 year olds. No registration is required!

English Language Learners' Book Club

Whether you are in an ESL class and looking for more practice, waiting for the next semester of classes to begin, or looking to continue building fluency, the ESL Book Club is a great place to gather with friends to read and discuss great books. In these groups, participants take turns reading aloud from interesting works and having conversations about them. With the guidance of the Club host, participants will develop vocabulary, work on pronunciation, and have a great time all-around!

Past Clubs have included The Alchemist by Paulo Coehlo, Howl's Moving Castle...

New Immigrant Program - English as a Second Language Classes

Arlington Public Library is partnering with First United Methodist Church of Arlington to offer classes for immigrant adults.

Classes will take place at the First United Methodist Church and will include English as a Second Language, Citizenship, and job training classes.

Sign up for Citizenship classes here .

Classes will be twice a week, Days and times to be decided after orientation. Classes are $...

High School Equivalency (GED/HiSET) Test Prep Classes

Are you hoping to get a better job or go to college? Arlington Reads can help with our high school equivalency classes. Our classes are small group and cover five subjects that appear on HSE tests (like the GED or the HiSET): Math, Social Studies, Science, Writing, Reading.

Students will take a test to determine which subjects they may be fuzzy on and need to study. Classes are offered in the Fall, Spring and Summer, and there are morning and evening classes available. Contact Arlington Reads at 817-460-2727 for any questions.

Classes are split into four different day...

English as a Second Language Classes

Do you want to learn or improve your English? Arlington Reads can help!

Our small group classes are offered at all levels, whether you are just starting to learn the language or wanting to perfect your knowledge. These classes are offered on a semester basis, in the spring, summer, and fall, and are offered in the mornings and evenings.Placement will be determined based on an assessment, and student availability.

Register for the classes by clicking the green button to the right.

¿Quire aprender or mejorar su inglés? ¡Arlington Reads le puede ayudar!

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Adult Basic Education (ABE) - Reading for Adults

If you are an adult that struggles with reading, Arlington Reads can help!

Adult Basic Education classes are usually one-on-one tutoring sessions that can help you build your reading skills, no matter what you struggle with. Our adult reading program is tailored to your individual needs. Enrollment is open all year long, and classes are arranged around your schedule, meeting mornings, afternoons, evenings and even Saturdays.

If you would like to find out more information, and schedule an appointment to join this program, contact us today at 817.460.2727

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Stories to Our Children

Through a weekly 5 session workshop parents will have the opportunity to write a story for their children. Write a story for your child to treasure and be the one to inspire imagination and a lifelong love of reading and writing. At the end of the program, all participants will be invited to attend a wonderful event to celebrate your success!

Choose the time that works best for you!

Morning sessions: Literacy House 9 a.m. Evening sessions: Literacy House 5 p.m.

Los padres tendrán la oportunidad de escribir una historia para sus hijos en un taller de 5 semanas de duración...

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