It’s Never Too Early to Start Learning Chinese For Young Kids
This Chinese language learning program through the Balanced Literacy strategy for grade k-5th students. This student-centered program will provide an immersive language learning environment where students engage in authentic materials and hands-on activities. The students through balanced literacy Methology will enjoy a fun story and hands-on activities every weekday after school.
Chinese Immersion After School Program
Welcome Families from Snowden Farm Elementary School
Open on August 31st, 2020
Monday through Friday From 3:40PM to 6:00PM
Register Before May 8th, 2020
Project-based language learning (PBLL) connects the language classroom to the world beyond through learners’ focus on challenging problems or questions as an organizing principle for learning.
Eloquence & Film and television combination classes are designed to nurture and develop the stage performer and focus on providing students with among story telling, music and dance training. This training will give them the ability to perform in front of others with poise, confidence and stage presence.
Main course introduction:
Children's creative paintings including Hand Craft
lack and white decorative painting
Color lead basics
Water Color Painting
and so on.
The Tuition Plan for Your School:
Register Before may 8th, 2020
$345/month: 5 days/week (Mon-Fri)
$330/month: 4 days/week (Any Four days)
$310/month: 3 days/week (Any three days)
$245/month: 2 days/week (Any two days)
Register After May 8th, 2020
$375/month: 5 days/week (Mon-Fri)
$360/month: 4 days/week (Any Four days)
$330/month: 3 days/week (Any three days)
$260/month: 2 days/week (Any two days)
The end of school year celebration took place from 3:00Pm to 7:00Pm on June 9th 2019 at Wilson Wims ES. The students from all school sites from EduCIAPS and EduArts had a performance.
Financial Aid Available
There are ways to afford a Educonnects' education. Do not let the tuition deter you from applying. As long as you are clear about your priorities and options, apply on time, and meet all deadlines for submitting the required supporting materials, financial aid can be a viable option for your family. Unlike loans, our need-based scholarship does not need to be repaid. Funding comes directly from our school’s operating budget and demonstrates our commitment to a socioeconomically diverse school community.
Educonnects offers need-based scholarship to offset the cost of tuition for students from Kindergarten through Grade 12.
There is no maximum amount limit of Need-Based Scholarship. The amount to be granted is determined by the all assets of a family.
The deadline for the application of Need-Based Scholarship for After School Chinese Immersion Program is 07/01 and 12/20 each year and will evaluate each school year.
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