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ASL Evening Classes

For nearly 40 years, people have been coming to The Learning Center (TLC) to learn American Sign Language (ASL).  While some may have a deaf child or family member, many simply love languages and want to learn ASL. Whatever your reason for enrolling, we can promise you a very dynamic and engaging learning experience. Course instructors are Deaf and fluent ASL users.

Our classes are small and encourage full participation in a fun and conversational setting. While you work to develop an ASL vocabulary and understanding of the language, you will also be learning about Deaf culture and history.

ASL classes are open to anyone 12 years of age or older.  Students 12 to 15 year-olds must be accompanied by an adult.  The adult is not required to enroll in the class but must wait in the building, near the classroom.

Classes at The Learning Center are not offered for high school or college credit.

TLC's ASL Evening Classes are $150/session (10 classes).  Payment is required at the first class.

If you are unsure which level to register for, please contact our Director of ASL Instruction Patrick J. Costello at patrick_costello@tlcdeaf.org to determine which level would be most appropriate.

After registering, students will receive information on obtaining the required textbooks and any additional resources.   


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