English/ESL

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To participate fully in the society and workplace of the twenty-first century, students will need to be able to use language skillfully and confidently. The English and English as a Second Language (ESL) Curriculum, which follows the Ministry of Education guidelines, recognizes the central importance of language and literature in learning and everyday life.

Students learn to think critically and creatively, and to express themselves clearly and effectively and sometimes with the help of technology. In addition, the English Program encourages students to develop a lifelong love of reading and writing.