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Frequently Asked Questions

Is the program only for families with Spanish-speaking parents?
The majority of our students have English-speaking parents.
What age is best to introduce a child to a second language?
Learning is an inverse function of age. The younger a child is, the faster child will learn. This is the experience with language learning as well. Additionally, when a child builds both Spanish and English fluency, they learn to speak each language with native-like pronunciation.
What are the benefits of knowing a second language?
The life-long benefits for children who know more than one language include:
• Improved overall academic performance.
• Problem-solving skills.
• Creativity.
• Approaches to complex matters.

Learning a second language, like any skill, is an excellent opportunity to keep young ‘sponge-like’ brains active and stimulated, setting a good habit and foundation for later life.

In addition to developing a lifelong ability to communicate with more people, children also derive indirect benefits. For example, knowing a second language gives people a competitive advantage in the multi-cultural, multi-lingual world of the twenty-first century. It can provide a competitive advantage in the workforce.

Does a second language interfere with a child's English ability?
In most cases, learning another language enhances a child’s English ability. In addition, comparing and using two language systems is helpful to children’s understanding and use of each.

Reports have demonstrated that children who have learned a second language earn higher SAT scores.

Is it more challenging for a child to acquire two languages at once?
There is no evidence to suggest this. A child doesn’t have to be exceptional to become bilingual; as long as the child is exposed to two languages throughout early childhood, they will acquire them both. Additional activities at home are not required for a child to successfully learn a second language. We can, however, advise you in this regard if you wish to enhance your child’s language acquisition and experiences at home.
Will my child have a hard time when introduced to a school program taught in English?
No. Studies show that exposure to a second language at an early age enhances the part of the brain that processes language. Therefore, children can understand the intricate nuances of language more quickly than non-bilingual students.
What if we do not speak any Spanish in the home?
Immersion programs are designed for English-only and non-Spanish-speaking households.

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