Muskegon Christian School

Spanish Immersion Info

                       


Muskegon Christian School added Spanish Immersion in the Fall of 2010.  This innovative program allows parents   the opportunity to have their elementary students taught from a Christian worldview in an entirely Spanish-language environment.  We offer Spanish Immersion for students in Preschool - 6th grade.

Spanish Immersion fits both Muskegon Christian’s mission and purpose: Commitment to excellent academics that go beyond state standards;   Inclusion of every student in Christian education as enrollment reaches capacity; engagement of students and staff in God’s global society; and the practice of sound fiscal decision-making that advances the objectives of MCS.
                                         

Maestra Terpstra’s class had the opportunity to write letters to a little boy in Mexico. Sponsored through Compassion International, along with writing letters, they prayed for Diego that he may receive the Good News while he receives daily necessities!   Check out our video - "Writing to Diego"

WHY IMMERSION?
Immersion programs are proven to give students:

  •   Increased cognitive and social skills.
  •   Cultural understanding.
  •   Improved native language ability.

Muskegon Christian School partners with add.a.lingua to offer a quality program that offers far reaching benefits for the students.  Click here for more information on the benefits of immersion for your child.

Amar.  Aprender.  Liderar.
MCS offers excellent Child Care and Preschool through Sixth grade education, while partnering with Western Michigan Christian High School for quality secondary education.

For more information call us at 231.773.3221.

 

Students celebrate  Día de Los Reyes (Three Kings Day)  - they hope to find baby Jesus in the bread
Celebrating  Día de Los Reyes (Three Kings Day)
Getting 'Fancy'  - SI 1st/2nd grades
SI Graduation 2013
'One God'
Dancing to a Spanish song
Trip to Zeeland Christian to hear bilingual musician and author Jose Luis Orozco
Grandparents day
Las Posadas celebration at Christmas
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