Learning Spanish in an immersive learning setting introduces children a bigger world. It prepares them to be contributors in a global environment. In a community of teachers, parents and other students they will learn the joy of another language and experiencing another culture.
The Values We Learn, Teach & Live By
The Sombrero hat image represents two important qualities that we see in many Latin cultures: the value of hard work and the importance of celebration. Our students learn to respect and value other cultures as much as they learn to speak a second language.
Learning a second language helps children become life-long learners because they experience “pressing in to the unknown.” They figure out a language while using it. They become persistent, resilient, and patient with the difficulties of learning a language. These strengths contribute to their ability to learn in other settings.
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