Adult Education staff are not on campus, but we are still available to assist you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the ESOL courses or email email@example.com for the ESOL and HiSET Spanish courses.
Bunker Hill Community College offers two Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) grant funded programs to assist adults in developing the necessary skills in English language proficiency, acquire a High School Credential (HiSET), and the skills to successfully complete college course and receive six college program credits.
The Adult Education Program
The Adult Education program at the Chelsea Campus and through the BHCC Boston Adult Education Consortium provides educational and support services for adults who lack English language and literacy skills and/or do not have a high school diploma. This comprehensive program provides free educational services that include courses in Basic English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), AE literacy and High School Equivalency Assessment (HiSET) preparation in Spanish and in English.
Classes are held in Chelsea and Boston. The ESOL and Spanish HiSET Adult Education courses are offered both day and evening either at the Chelsea Campus. The AE literacy, Pre-HiSET and HiSET Adult Education courses are held at LARE Institute, the College’s program partner in Chelsea, the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC), and Educational Development Group satellite locations around Boston.
Steps to enrollment
For the ESOL courses in Boston:
- Contact the office by phone @ 617-357-5717 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or
- Visit our offices at EDG (Educational Development Group), 434 Massachusetts Ave. Boston, MA 02118
For the ESOL and HiSET Spanish courses in Chelsea:
- Contact the office by phone 617-228-3341 or email email@example.com, or
- Visit our offices at Bunker Hill Community College – Chelsea Campus, 70 Everett Avenue, 3rd Floor Room 336
Transitions to College Program
The Transitions to College Program is for students who have completed their classes at an adult literacy program and want to transition to college.