|International Language School|
International Language Schools (ILS)
Director of International Language School, Melanie Brents, cell number 251-895-6979
The International Language School (ILS) opened in 1981 as an MBA ministry. The ILS is available to non-English speaking students. Each student is evaluated and placed according to their level of ability. A trained volunteer teacher helps the students learn English and about the love of Jesus.
Enrollment Now Open
² Free class instruction (Donation of $35.00 for books and materials)
² All levels
Spring 2014 Semester: Starts January 8, 2014
150 South Sage Avenue, Mobile
Mondays - 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Airport Boulevard Baptist Church
6301 Airport Boulevard, Mobile
Thursdays - 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
American Citizenship Classes beginning February 6
Tillman’s Corner First Baptist Church
5660 Three Notch Road, Mobile
Wednesdays - 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Contact Melanie Brents by phone or text at: 251-895-6979 or by email.
Our area churches are welcome to visit any of the 3 locations.
If you are interested in being a part of reaching the nations here in Mobile, please call Melanie Brents (see above) or email Buddy Bretns, the Director of International Ministries and Church Planting.
These classes are made possible by scholarships given from the MBA, local churches, companies and individuals. You can sponsor a student for $100/year. Other ongoing needs include refreshments at each of the sites. Items such as crackers, cookies (homemade or store bought), individually wrapped candies, chips, and 2 liter drinks are appreciated. Contact Melanie Brents if you would like to donate. All monetary gifts are tax deductible.
International Language School Calendar 2014
March 3-7 - No Class (Mobile County Public Schools System closed March 3-5)
April 14-18 - No Class (MCPSS Spring Break)
May 15 - Last Day of Class
June/July*** Summer Classes
August ILS Summer Break
September 8, 2014 - ILS begins new school year
*** Summer classes will be held on a limited basis as well. Location and dates are still being determined.