ASL Classes – Fall 2023

American Sign Language (ASL) is one of the most common languages in the United States and is the language most embraced by the Deaf community.  ASL can be used in a wide range of settings or situations such as in your job, in school or socially.

All classes are taught by CCCBSD faculty. The class will focus on basic vocabulary, Fingerspelling, and how to incorporate facial expression into communication. Deaf Culture and basic grammatical structures will be reviewed as well. Different levels include appropriate material for the class.

An ASL dictionary may be purchased for the class (available at CCCBSD). For adults ages 16 and up. Special exceptions may be made for ages 6 to 15. Please inquire about this possibility.

We are excited to introduce new and improved and customized ASL Classes! 

The ASL team is now offering to develop special ASL classes for a group of 5 or more (paying) people from the community. This class may better meet the needs of families, schools, community organizations, etc., who would like to learn as a group. Please e-mail for more information.

ASL Classes Application

Learn one of the most common languages in the United States. ASL is the language most embraced by the Deaf community. You can use ASL in many settings – in your job, in a school, and even in social situations. Classes focus on basic vocabulary, finger spelling, and strategies with Deaf adults and children, incorporating facial expression into communication, Deaf culture, and basic grammatical structures. For adults ages 16 and up.

(Please note that some classes may be cancelled due to low enrollment)

Registration Form – Deadline is Thursday, August 10th!
(Classes start the week of September 11th)

Virtual classes will be held through ZOOM sessions and/or GOOGLE HANGOUTS. The classes will consist of no more than 5 students and an ASL Teacher. All of our materials will be shared through “shared screen settings.” In addition, we will share information on how to access the videos online during your free time.  Some afternoon classes will be in person. In person classes can accommodate up to 10 people.

Tuition is due prior to the start of classes. Checks should be made out to “CCCBSD.” A confirmation email will be sent out prior to the start of your class. 

Fall classes are full – check back for our winter session

Confirmation EMAILS will be sent out before classes begin.

BSD is unable to offer refunds for dropped or missed classes. Every attempt will be made to make up cancelled classes due to weather. 

For more information and to enroll, please contact
Ashley Eaton – ASL Community Class Coordinator