About Us

Fall Semester begins August 24, 2020
Classes will be conducted on-line until further notice                                   Office has modified Hours.  Contact Staff via Email
                          Michelle - mcasey@albertschool.org                                
 Debbie - damerman@albertschool.org

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAM

This program is designed to meet the needs and educational goals of our students. We offer 6 levels of English and each includes the core language components. This program is approved for F1 Students.


LEVELS
Beginner I
Beginner II
Intermediate I
Intermediate II
Advanced I
Advanced II

FACILITIES
Our school is located on the north side of Philadelphia in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania. Our building has been designed for students and to provide them with an environment that will enhance the learning process.

Some amenities are:
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Computer Lab
  • Parking on the premise
  • Conference Rooms
  • Classrooms both large and small
  • Security System inside and outside the building, 
  • Each classroom is equipped with internet access and a large screen TV to aid in the learning process. 
  • Handicap accessible 
  • Within walking distance of public transportation.
ABOUT US 
 The Albert Career School was founded in 2005. 
 The vision of the founders was to develop a holistic school that       served the entire student.  
 

 
MISSION STATEMENT

The Central Mission of Albert Career School is to provide high quality, intensive English language training and student services to international, professional, and non-native English speaking    students.  

Our focus is to assist them in attaining proficiency in English and broadening their cultural awareness for success in their academic, personal, and professional lives.  

To this end, we are committed to providing learners with the most up to date curricula, classroom material, and teaching methods thereby providing them with the tools to acquire sufficient language proficiency to achieve their individual goals.


FACULTY

Faculty members are committed to receiving ongoing training and endeavoring to fine-tune and improve their teaching approach. 

The goal of our faculty is to offer instruction in the most effective and efficient methods.  We measure success by the students learning outcome.

Our communicative approach to learning provides students with opportunities to practice all aspects of language through regular interaction with a variety of activities



CLASS SCHEDULE

Classes 4 days per week, Monday to Thursday
        Day:         9:00 AM to 1:30 PM 
        Evening:   6:00 to 10:30 PM 

Mid-Semester and Summer Sessions daily hours may be different

                
 SEMESTERS   (4 per year)

       Class Starts are August , January  (16 wk, 18 hrs wk)
    Mid Semester Starts  March, October  (14 wk, 18 - 25 hrs wk)
               Summer Semester (as needed)   


Dedicated Hours per Semester 
(approximate)

    Teacher Contact Hours        230 hours
         Orientation/Counsel           5 hours
    Testing/Assessments             24 hours
       Educational Field Trips       4.5 hours
        Social Events                     4.5 hours

COMPLAINTS

Complaints against Albert may be submitted to CEA.  It must be filed in writing with the name, address and telephone number of the complainant on a separate page, and shall identify the specific standard(s) allegedly violated as well as a description of how the program or institution has failed to comply with it.

Complaints may be filed at any time.

CEA will investigate complaints according to the procedures outlined in the CEA Policies and Procedures.