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, our students experience the joy of learning another language and culture.
The Values We Learn, Teach & Live By
The Sombrero hat image represents two important qualities that we see in many Latin cultures, and which we weave into all of our classrooms: the value of hard work and the importance of celebration. Simply, we work hard and have fun. Our students also 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, and pay off for a lifetime.
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