Now Enrolling for Fall!

We are now enrolling for Fall and with that we have a few exciting announcements to make.

  1. Join us for our Back to School Open House on Friday, August 2nd from 5-7pm for a chance to meet our teachers, see our space, get a feel for our program and enjoy some sweet treats! Find our event on Facebook for more details.
  2. We now offer a full day program from 8am – 4pm Monday – Friday. Tuition for full days is posted on our “TUITION” page but can be prorated for less than a five day per week schedule upon request. Families will bring cold lunches as meals are not provided.
  3. We are running classes for 6-8 year old homeschoolers on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8:30-11:30. Enrollment is now open.
  4. Are you taking a trip? Our session dates don’t coincide with your other activities? You no longer have to commit to a full session! We now offer a drop in day rate for enrolled families. $25 for a 1/2 day drop in and $45 for a full day.
  5. Stay tuned for upcoming announcements about our afterschool program!

As always, please let us know about any questions or program offerings you’d like to see us offer. We aim to meet the needs of families who find value in bilingualism!

Contact us at info@aventurasne.com or 402-416-7078.

Is it really beneficial to learn a second language?

U.S. employers say yes! A study released just last month by the American Council Teaching Foreign Languages stated that:

“The demand for language skills in the U.S. workforce is greater than ever before. In boardrooms and in the field, with customers and partners and on social media, U.S. employers today are increasingly conducting business in a language other than English. Accordingly, the ability to effectively communicate in more than one language is a critical asset for U.S. students and employees—not only in boosting their marketability in the workplace, but in helping them thrive in a global economy.”

A couple of key takeaways important to us include that “9 out of 10 U.S. employers report a reliance on U.S.-based employees with language skills other than English” and that “Spanish, Chinese and Japanese see the highest demand among U.S. employers.”

Click here to read the full article: ACTFL Study