Supporting multilingual students learn from culture

Many children in our country and in the world go by in two or more languages: the language of the family, the language they learn at school and luckily the language they learn from their ancestry.  Research has shown that these multilingual children may have strong math skills, conflict resolution, and culture and diversity skills for their future.

Anne sullivan lomas verdes

By teaching, learning and welcoming a multilingual child, we at school send a powerful message to the outside that our students from diverse backgrounds, will contribute not only to school programs, but to make inclusive global citizens.

Multilingualism is an asset that is nurtured at our school, and we are proud to be part of a community of students who will be agents of change in the world.

Anne Sulluvan lomas verdes