Adult Education

WATCH CDC provides free preparation and educational classes to Waltham residents. WATCH addresses critical needs through educational programs grounded in leadership development and action. At WATCH, you can learn English, study for the GED/HiSet, prepare for the U.S. citizenship test, and more.

Summer classes begin June 10th - ongoing enrollment - online and in person classes. Register today!

WATCH CDC’s English classes are for Waltham and surrounding city residents who want to learn and improve their English. In lessons centered on daily life themes, students learn to read, write, speak, and understand English. This approach creates connections between what students learn in the classroom and their personal lives.

Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced levels.

Classes meet twice a week: Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday. Morning (10 AM -12 PM) or Evening (6 - 8 PM).

To register:
email brian@watchcdc.org, call (781)-570-4359 or fill out the online application form

Sign up to be a volunteer English teacher and help out our local immigrant community

For more information or contact Brian


GED Classes

Classes are Tuesday and Thursday evenings (5-7pm) at WATCH. Classes are only offered during the spring and fall.

For more information or to register, contact Brian by at  brian@watchcdc.org or call (781)-570-4359


Other Classes

In addition to the English Language Program, WATCH offers a variety of other classes, including:

  • Citizenship
  • Computer & Writing

For more information about any of these programs, contact Brian by at  brian@watchcdc.org or at (781)-570-4359.