Kenosha Literacy Council is a school where adults can improve their basic skills.

We can help you if:

  • You want to learn to speak English.
  • You want to learn to read.
  • You want to read or write better.
  • You want to get a GED.

Trained volunteer tutors and qualified teachers.

Classes are held in our offices and at other local community sites such as public libraries and schools. Classes are available daytime, evening and weekend for your convenience. See the Classes section for more information.

Every student is tested to measure skill levels, but these tests are NOT pass or fail and you do NOT have to study for them.

First, call the office at (262) 654-7323 or visit us at 2419-63rd Street, Kenosha, WI between the hours of 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. We will make an appointment for you to meet with us to learn more about our services and complete registration forms. We will also discuss your interests and evaluate your skills. You must live or work in Kenosha county to be a student at the Kenosha Literacy Council.

There is a one time $30 fee to register. Students also pay $15-$30 for workbooks. Students who can’t pay receive Financial Aid. Some classes require a $20 deposit that is returned upon completion of the class.

The Literacy Council is on the corner of 25th Avenue and 63rd Street. It is in the Uptown Library. We are on Bus Route 5. Please call for exact directions.