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Mansfield Spanish Immersion School5
Posted November 13, 2014
- a parent
The school grows each year and now serves prekindergarten through sixth grade. Class sizes are generally small. Teachers are caring and professional. All teaching K-2 is done completely in Spanish, upper grades mostly in Spanish but some English in reading and language arts. Great parent organizations that organizes several fun evening events each year. This is a school for families that want their kids to have the very highest education and are willing to help out in lots of ways. Our family could not be happier with the school, the staff and the educational opportunities here.
Our school is a community within itself where the parents know each other, the kids, their siblings, etc. It isn't just the parents, this holds true with the staff and the kids. We exist, function, and operate as a whole which is why we are so successful and more like a family than a school.
First, the school is now up to PK-4. This is an excellent school. The opportunity to have my son learn a second language at such an early age was something I could not pass up. The school is growing each year. The staff is wonderful and expectations are high for the students. The academics and standards from the state (just done in Spanish) are met. This is an excellent school, which is the same grade they received on the state report card.