Our program uses English for instruction and as a means of communication. This authentic communication allows students to learn a second language in a similar manner to the way that they have learned their first language. As early as toddlers, our students adopt English as the primary language for communication and learning.
Parents want to make the best educational choices for their children, and many would like them to have the advantages of bilingualism. The ability to understand and speak more than one language is not the only benefit of immersion education. Research shows that students gain additional cognitive, academic and employment benefits.
Bilingual children develop the ability to solve problems that contain conflicting or misleading cues at an earlier age, and they can decipher them more quickly than monolinguals. Furthermore, bilingual students display greater facility in learning additional languages when compared with monolinguals.