Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world.
Once you learn Spanish, you can easily learn other languages. Because the Spanish language has Latin roots, many words are similar to other Latin based languages such as French, Portuguese and Italian. Even without studying, many Spanish speakers are able to understand these languages, even if they cannot speak them.
Schools start language training too late. Schools in the United States start language training well past the prime time when young brains can best absorb language learning. These courses will help to bridge the gap until schools begin their language training, and our workshops will give kids a head start to learn now!
Increase travel opportunities. Spanish speakers have a wide variety of countries where they are able to use their language skills to get around, therefore being able to speak Spanish will make travel a little less stressful.
Further career opportunities. The demand for bilingual employees is increasing in today’s world, and a candidate who speaks any second language is generally going to have an advantage when applying for a job. Spanish speaking candidates are well sought after for international companies with ties to Central or South America, and even the US.
Learning a second language improves your brain. It also gives you better reading skills and more confidence.
Every Wednesday (6 to 7 pm) starting November 28:
Saint John Paul II Elementary School