• Research shows the cognitive benefits of learning a second language in early childhood indicating that it increases critical thinking skills, creativity, and flexibility in thought (neuroplasticity).

 

  • Bilingual students tend to outscore their monolingual peers in verbal and math testing, and they tend to maintain focused attention better than other students.

 

  • A second language gives students broader career and life opportunities as adults, and they will always have the ability to travel and connect with the world as global citizens.

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Why Mandarin Immersion?