Guidance & career counseling
Our Guidance and Career Counselling Department works on a one-on-one basis to support and assist student development which include emotional and social counselling and university planning. Students participate in several workshops and university fairs in school and off campus.
SSL (Spanish as a Second Language) and ESL (English as a Second Language) are individualized classes for those international students that are not proficient in English or Spanish respectively. This service has a cost per semester and is available for second grade and above.
French class is part of the curriculum for students from nursery to 6th grade. Nursery and pre-kinder students have french class everyday, while the upper grades have it twice a week. The french vocabulary complements the english and language vocabulary to make a full immersion of the language arts.
Our library has more than 30,000 volumes that our Early Childhood and Elementary students can enjoy. At least once a week, our students visit the library and enjoy a great story time! They can check out books every week. For our Secondary students, a modern information center is available with a google style setting lounge with laptops and Wi-Fi access.
Library and information center
MAP stands for Measures of Academic Progress or MAP Tests. This is a computer adaptive test that is given two times a year in the areas of Math, Reading and Language Usage.
Students from Kindergarten to Tenth grade take MAP tests. These tests measure student growth and assess student’s mastery of skills. This guides teachers’ planning and helps them differentiate instruction inside the classroom.