COVID-19 Response: Starting February 10, WALC offices are open for drop-in questions and assistance. Tutoring sessions require an appointment and can be scheduled online. Contact Ellie at 920-573-5507 for assistance. Get COVID-19 updates from the City of Oshkosh and Winnebago County.


New Voices and Faces is our summer program for English Language Learners in grades 7-12. We offer the program in Oshkosh and Menasha. Summer 2021 program will be June 14 – July 16. Contact Tom Perry with questions: 920-236-5185.

Comic books offer a fun and unique way of approaching literacy. WALC partners with House of Heroes, Zaroni’s, and the Oshkosh Public Library to bring you the Mark Gruenwald Comic Book Challenge, an annual creative writing/art contest open to all ages. Stay tuned for details on the 2022 challenge!

Stay up to date by following the MGCBCC facebook page.


Success Story: Htoo
We take pride in our goal-oriented and ambitious learners. This young woman is a true example of high self-motivation and resilience. The phrase that describes her best is “the sky’s the limit.” Htoo is a refugee from Myanmar. She had lived in a refugee camp in Thailand for eighteen years. She moved to Oshkosh, WI in 2013 when she was 20, all by herself, leaving her family behind. She came to the USA with big dreams: to start a new life, become successful, and help her family improve their lives. Today, she is a proud U.S. Citizen, stands firm on her feet working for a great local business. Her stable employment has helped Htoo improve her living conditions and enabled her to take better care of her large family.

Join us every year for Spellbound for Literacy, a team spelling bee event. Bring your friends and spell together. Guests enjoy appetizers and a cash bar. We offer a Wine Wall, Chocolate Wall, Basket and 50/50 Raffles, and a Live Auction! 

The continued support of WALC depends on the kind hearts of our donors and sponsors. Please also consider sponsoring a table or donating raffle or auction items:

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