San Antonio's Most Comprehensive International, Immersion Education

A connected world brings global opportunities within easy reach. It also demands an understanding of other languages and cultures. We prepare children ages 2-12 to become tomorrow’s leaders and change agents through a full-immersion, comprehensible learning experience.

Total immersion

Children are immersed in a second language from the beginning. They meet, greet, eat, and learn in a language through the entire school day, receiving continuous affirmation appropriate to their age and level of understanding.

A comprehensible learning experience

Teachers use gestures, visuals, repetition, and they speak slowly across all lessons. A comprehensible approach enables students to acquire language as they learn other content.

Bi-literacy and a third language

English language arts, including phonics, are introduced in preschool to support bi-literacy. Spanish is offered once a week in Preschool and daily in Lower Elementary School.

Exceeds state standards

We encourage students’ love for learning through a holistic program that exceeds state standards in language arts and mathematics. Our internationally recognized curricula aligns with the French National Curriculum and is enhanced with global best practices, such as Singapore Math. It also aligns with themes and subject areas of the Primary Years Programme (PYP) of the International Baccalaureate curriculum (students 3-12).

Our Campus

In our classrooms, children work on motor skills and critical thinking. Music, dance, yoga, and field trips are incorporated into learning throughout the term. Children also learn through field trips and events that we develop in partnership with San Antonio parks and museums, including The DoSeum, the McNay Art Museum, and San Antonio Botanical Gardens.

Small classes

We limit each class to eight students, providing personalized attention to each child’ learning and language skills.

Large playground

The school’s playground gives children plenty of space to run and play. Shaded by large oak trees and featuring a garden, it’s a nice respite from the Texas heat. At the same time, children continue to build their language skills while having fun.

On-site kitchen

Our on-site kitchen is the source of healthy meals and organic snacks. Culinary classes are also taught. We are licensed and inspected by the City of San Antonio Metropolitan Health District.

Fully licensed

We are licensed and audited by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS), which sets and enforces stringent health and safety rules.
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