The English Department aims to develop the reading, writing, thinking, and speaking skills necessary for success both in collegiate work and in life, while at the same time fostering a genuine, life-long love of knowledge and an appreciation for the great drama, poetry, and prose of authors from around the world. By the end of their time at Berkeley Institute, students should be able to evaluate text critically and perform the type of research required in collegiate courses in the humanities. Along with literature and writing, students study vocabulary each year, and develop the grammatical skills necessary for effective written and spoken communication.
Our team of English Teachers are here for you. If you are struggling in English and need some assistance, please see the tutorial flyer for tutorial dates and times.
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|Mrs. I. Applewhaite||Thurs - LUNCH||
English Stage 3, English II & IV
Lit. of Africa,US,Bda,Carib
|Mrs. S. Burrows||Tues - 3:35 P.M.||
English III & IV
AP English Literature I & II
|Ms. T. Parris||Thurs - LUNCH||
English Stage 1, English III
AP English Language I & II
|Ms. M. Camara||Wed - 3:35 P.M.||English I & II||A423|
|Mrs. K. Darrell||Thurs - 3:35 P.M.||
English I, III & IV
English-Second Language I & II
|Mrs. T. Key-Holmes||Wed - LUNCH||
English I & IV
Journalism & Publications
|Ms. T. Smith||Wed - LUNCH||Reading Connections I & II||A412|
|Ms. J. Telford||Wed - 3:35 P.M.||Reading Connections I, II & III||A410|
|Mrs. S. Cooper-Ferguson||Thur - 3:35 P.M.||English I, II & III||A419|
|Ms. L. Dawe||Thur - LUNCH||English I, II & IV||A423|