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+ - Ambassador School of Global Education
Ambassador School of Global Education's (ASGE) environment helps children experience success in academic setting while encouraging appreciation of various cultures, languages, and communities around the world. ASCG supports foreign language instruction in Korean, Spanish and Mandarin. It is the first elementary school of the International Studies School Network.
+ - Cambridge Friends School
Cambridge Friends School is a Quaker school that educates 270 students in grades pre-k through grade eight. Guided by Quaker principles, students are engaged in academic learning within a caring community strongly committed to social justice. As part of the commitment to social justice, the school is engaged in building an antiracist, antihomophobic community. The school actively seeks students and staff from a diverse range of family structures and racial, cultural, socioeconomic, and religious backgrounds.
+ - French American International School
French American International School (FAIS), an independent school in Portland, OR, offers French based classes at the preschool through elementary levels and a middle school program where students choose to study in French or English and add a foreign language. There are 460 students enrolled in preschool (petite section) through the eighth grade (quatreme). FAIS is one of 38 French schools in the U.S. accredited by the French Ministry of Education (see the French Culture site from the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the U.S.).
+ - German-American International School
Located in Menlo Park, CA, German-American International School (GAIS) is a Preschool through 8th grade School with an enrollment of more than 180 students. It is an IBO accredited primary school focused on providing a challenging bilingual program centered upon international education and the development of critical thinking. The student body is representative of over 20 nationalities. The site has links to other German language schools and programs.
+ - The Hualapai Bilingual/Bicultural Education Program
The Hualapai Bilingual/Bicultural Education Program (HBBEP) program is located in Peach Springs, AZ. It began in 1975 when a linguist, Akira Yamamoto, began to learn and document the Hualapai language and culture with the intent to produce materials that could be used to help children maintain their home language. Curriculum guides, a Hualapai Reference Grammar, and other readers and books have been developed. Content in the program is presented in both English and Hualapai with central concepts, vocabulary, language patterns and skills developed and reinforced in both languages. In addition to developing skills, students are assisted with the development of a valued identity as Hualapai.
+ - Nativity School
At the Nativity School, a Catholic K-8 school in Cincinnati, there is a student exchange program for grade 5-8 students who visit schools in different countries for 2-3 weeks, including homestays. Nativity School Community hosts students from partner schools abroad for 2-3 weeks. In addition, the school sponsors an intense map studies program for eighth graders.
+ - Skyline School
Skyline School is a Solana Beach, CA school where enrollment in approximately 3,000 students in grades pre K-6. Among other outstanding programs, it has a k-6 global education program.
+ - Sunnybrook Elementary School
Sunnybrook School is a small, independent, PreK-Grade 6 school in Toronto, Ca. In addition to traditional disciplines of study, including French, the school offers the Programme of Inquiry, developed by the faculty, which has become the heart of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PY). This is the first Primary Years IB program in Ontario.