COVID-19 update:

Important Notice: Effective March 16, 2020:

  • All Esperanza Center program are closed to in person services. We are offering teleservices as follows:
    • Immigration Legal Services 667-600-2933 – Pro Bono attorneys will continue to work on cases and consult remotely with their clients
    • Educational Services 667-600-2943
    • Client Services 667-600-2401
  • The Health Clinic will be providing telemedicine services at 667-600-2942.

Aviso importante: A partir del 16 de marzo de 2020:

  • Todos los programas del Esperanza Center están cerrados a servicios en persona, estamos ofreciendo tele servicios, llame a
    • Servicios Legales de Inmigración 667-600-2933
    • Servicios Educativos 667-600-2943
    • Servicios al cliente 667-600-2401
  •  La Clínica de Salud proporcionará servicios de telemedicina al 667-600-2942

Spanish Classes

UPDATE: New Spanish Classes held online via Zoom

NEW LOCATION: Educational Services located at 3700 Eastern Ave, Baltimore MD 21224 are also temporarily closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Esperanza Center on S. Broadway is temporarily closed due to a fire in a nearby building. We are providing general client and health services at St. Patrick’s Assisi House at 1728 Bank St. Please call 667-600-2900 for additional information about Esperanza Center Services. Please call 667-600-2943 to reach Educational Services.

    • Register now for one of our beginner level Spanish classes!
    • All classes last 10 weeks.
    • Spanish classes are temporarily taking place on Zoom from July 13 to August 10, 2020. Cost: $75. 
    • The tuition is $75. Tuition is non-refundable.
    • Classes are for adults over 18 only.
    • Please self-select your level: 1A, 1B or 2A based on the class descriptions. We do not offer a placement test.
    • The classes often fill up, so please register early.
    • To be added to a waitlist if your desired class is full, please email
    • The next sessions will be in September. Stay tuned for more details



Sign up for online classes beginning June 20.

Beginner 1B expands on low beginner level skills. You will continue in the present tense, learning present irregular verbs, and you will expand into the present continuous. You will learn simple vocabulary and phrases for specific locations, such as restaurants, shopping, and travelling, and you will learn more complex information about Latino culture and customs.

Click here to read the syllabus.

Beginner 2A builds into high beginner level skills with present stem-changers, continuous irregular, near future, and informal commands. The preterite tense is introduced. You will learn how to give and take directions, how to ask for help, how to make plans, and how to talk about your home. Culture includes gender perception, extended families, and travel/tourism.

Click here to read the syllabus.

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