You want to make the best educational choices for your children.
In our rapidly changing world, you may want to seriously consider giving your children the gift of fluency in two or more languages.
Research shows that immersion students gain additional cognitive, academic, and employment benefits.
Full-language immersion helps students gain an edge in life.
Naturally, you may be wondering what's the difference between language immersion and the traditional language classes taught in most schools?
In traditional second language classes, the target language is the subject of instruction, often representing just one class out of many. Language immersion, however, uses the target language to teach other subjects such as mathematics, science, social studies, music and art.
This allows your child to learn a second language naturally.
On norm-reference nationwide tests, our students graduate 2-3 years ahead of the average American student. It is also proven that bilingual children have a superior ability to focus, and have greater ease in switching between unrelated mental tasks, than monolingual children.
Discover how you can give your child the life-long gifts of a second language, and the skills he or she will need to successfully navigate our rapidly changing world.