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Cal America Education Institute is committed to helping international students achieve their educational goals in the United States.
9516956419_2410ba0c6b_b Since 1990, CAEI has provided to thousands of students the English classes and academic preparation needed to gain admission to many prestigious colleges and universities. International students that want to study English in the United States, just like you, are able to find the right English program to cater to their individual needs and goals. Our ESL (English as a second language) classes range from the intensive beginner level up to the intensive academic level. The English programs at our language school also include TOEIC (Test of English for International Communication), TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), and TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) courses. The English courses provided, in both Los Angeles and Long Beach, offer comfortable and friendly atmospheres. Curriculums are designed to educate students through the latest teaching techniques and methodologies, as well as providing valuable cross-cultural learning experiences with school activities and events.

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Mission Statement

International students just like you who graduated from our English program!
The aim of Cal America Education Institute (CAEI) is to provide intensive and challenging English language programs for students who intend to enhance their English language proficiency for academic and personal reasons.

Cal America Education Institute’s goals are as follows

    • Develop and maintain highly effective English language curriculum to meet the English proficiency assessment standards used in the United States for academic purposes.
    • Acquire and maintain a dedicated team of qualified English instructors to ensure the delivery of quality instruction.
    • Provide current and innovative resources and materials related to English language development, assessment tools, and advanced learning.
    • Maintain a learning environment conducive to progressive learning.
    • Maintain a community of student, alumni, and academic networks of the English language to stay abreast of the latest trends in enhancing English language instruction.