Spanish classes are coming to NIS!

 

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Spanish classes are coming to NIS! We continue moving forward!
The study of additional languages in the International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes, provides students with the opportunity to develop insights into the features, processes and craft of language and the concept of culture, and to realize that there are diverse ways of living, viewing and behaving in the world.
The ability to communicate in a variety of modes, in more than one language, is essential to the concept of an international education. The language acquisition course provides a linguistic and academic challenge for students in order to facilitate the best possible educational experience.
Having developed the best and strongest Mandarin program in the city for students from K-12 for all International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes (IB PYP, IB MYP, IB DP), we will now develop the best and strongest Spanish program!
Come and find out why Noblesse International School is the true international school in the region, leaders in educational innovation and international education!
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