International students often face great challenges in order to enter American colleges or universities, including the need to achieve English fluency and obtain high scores on standardized tests. The FLS TOEFL Preparation Program helps you meet those challenges. This popular program is specifically designed to give students a critical advantage in taking the most commonly accepted exam at American institutions.
Our intensive program includes a total of 36 teacher-led lessons per week: 18 lessons of integrated study to improve all English skills; 12 lessons devoted to specific TOEFL strategies and skills and 6 lessons of Academic Workshops for additional language practice and skill development.
Students work with an experienced instructor to hone their ability in the interrelated TOEFL skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking. Practice exams allow instructors to analyze students’ abilities and familiarize students with the test format and strategies.
Please note that students must possess an English fluency of FLS Level 5 or better to enter the TOEFL Program
All Intensive English Program students enjoy these exceptional features:
Nine levels of study from low beginner to high advanced.
Small class sizes of 15 or less, guaranteeing individual attention from your teacher.
Core Class emphasizing the four key language skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing
TOEFL Preparation class featuring practice tests, analytics, and concentrated practice in grammar, reading comphrehension, vocabulary, speaking, and writing.
Lab-style Academic Workshop offering a range of academic options each week, including Pronunciation Clinics, Conversation Clubs, Homework Labs, Computer Labs, and more.
Our exclusive English Everywhere program with weekly Hot Sheets, involving your host family, activity guides and FLS staff in your learning process.
Weekly English tests and individualized progress reports every four weeks.
Language Extension Day (LED) activities once per term, encouraging students to use English in new settings and contexts.
Readers and novels to increase reading comprehension and understanding of American culture.
Access to college computer facilities, libraries and labs at Citrus College, Saddleback College, Tennessee Tech University, Chestnut Hill College, and Saint Peter's University. Access to computer facilities at Boston Commons and Las Vegas Institute.
Access to numerous free activities and specially priced excursions.
Certificate of Completion upon successful graduation from each level.
Articulation agreements with numerous colleges allowing admission without a TOEFL score based on completion of the designated FLS level.
Personalized counseling and academic assistance.