Beaverton Literacy Council provides low-cost ESL classes for adults. 
Founded more than 40 years ago, Beaverton Literacy Council (BLC) is a community-based, all volunteer organization. Our volunteers, many of whom have been with BLC for many years, are trained to offer positive, encouraging tutoring experiences.

Mission
The Beaverton Literacy Council provides adult instruction in English literacy, English as a Second Language, and U.S. Citizenship.

How to become a student
All new students need to take a placement test. We want to make sure that you are in a class that is not too easy or too hard. There are 6 levels of English classes.

Click here for student resources posted by BLC teachers.

Volunteer for BLC
Beaverton Literacy Council is completely run and staffed by volunteers; you can help! Click here for our upcoming information & training sessions for new and prospective BLC teachers/tutors.

Check out our volunteer page!
Placement tests
Click here for all testing dates. All new students must come to any one testing session. Please arrive on time. The test and registration takes about 2 hours.

Click here if you want to receive an email when the testing dates are near.

Student Information

In English
عربي
En français
Auf Deutsch
In italiano
日本語
한국어 설명
繁體中文
Русский
Somali
En español
Bằng tiếng Việt

If you can help translate our student information into other languages, please contact admin@beavertonliteracy.org.
Thank you!
Student Storybook
Click here to see this year's Student Storybook!