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Special Education

We believe that all students want to be successful in school, to please their parents and their teachers, and to obtain good results. Struggling in school is an alarm signal for us and for parents. From kindergarten to grade 6, all subjects are taught in both languages and the instructional program at our school is quite challenging. 

When students struggle, they feel frustrated, lose their self-esteem, their motivation and interest in learning. To prevent this from happening, we meet with the parents as soon as we have any concerns about the student’s progress. We try to intervene before reaching this stage and often succeed when we have parental support. Some students might only need particular accommodations, while others might need a modified program to succeed. We might also suggest a different placement if the student is not successful in both languages.