SCEL Campus

SCEL Campus

The new campus is located in the heart of downtown Spokane, with high-speed internet and large led TVs in each classroom! Students will love the new facilities, as well as the available amenities in downtown Spokane.

SCEL SMRT Curriculum

SCEL SMRT Curriculum

The SMRT Curriculum engages the students by using several online resources. Including: Google Docs, Google Sites, YouTube, TED Talks, MSN News, Dictionary.com, Thesaurus.com , Wikipedia, Facebook, Twitter etc. SMRT Video

Homestay

Homestay

Living with an American Family is a great way to experience American living as well as practice your new English skills. We believe this to be the most affordable Homestay program on the West Coast. Homestay

Pathway to University

Pathway to University

This course in English for Academic Purposes (EAP) provides advanced ESL students with the opportunity to enter American Colleges and Universities. EAP pathway

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English Courses

Intensive English courses covering all aspects of communication in English, including conversation, reading, and writing. Intended as preparation for academic studies, careers, or travel. more...

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Canadian College Campus

College Campus

Located in the heart of downtown Spokane, SCEL is right across the street from the STA Bus Plaza and around the corner from River Park Square, a shopping center with a movie theatre, restaurants, a food court, and a variety of stores such as the Apple Store, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Williams Sonoma.
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Canadian College Student Residence

Homestay

Enjoy the American lifestyle living with an American homestay family in Spokane. Homestay accommodation is fun, safe, and a affordable way to stay in Spokane, Washington. The SCEL Homestay Coordinator will place you with a host family which meets your requests.
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EAP (University Entrance)

Spokane College of English Language students can transfer to several internationally recognized colleges and universities. Including: Northern Arizona University, Montana State University, University of Idaho.
EAP (University Entrance)
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    Scott Michel on 17 April 2014, 3:47 pm
    By David Collins Baseball used to be played without gloves.  Players used their bare hands to catch the ball. Players hands were getting hurt so a glove was made to protect their hands.  Around the 1860s the gloves were made out of leather or animal hides.  Then the gloves slowly changed and a pocket was […] more...
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    Joshua Porter on 17 April 2014, 3:34 pm
    “If A equals success, then the formula is A equals X plus Y and Z, with X being work, Y play, and Z keeping your mouth shut.” – Albert Einstein Want your favorite English quote featured on SCELNews.com? Email the quote and it’s source to: joshua.porter@usa-english.com     more...
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