Q. What grade are you in?
Q. What language are you learning?
Logan: We’re both learning Spanish.
Q. What is your favorite part of ISA?
Logan: Math and the teachers.
Noah: Math too.
Q. What advantages do you see from being bilingual?
Logan: You could go to a random place that speaks Spanish and have no problem.
Q. Logan can you tell me about your trip to Spain?
Logan: When we were in Madrid my dad had me ask the lady on the train for a car seat, and she brought over all her friends because she said I sounded just like a Spanish boy.
Q. Do you have any suggestions for other kids that want to be bilingual?
Noah: Keep trying and don’t give up.
Logan: Go to ISA or take classes.
Q. Anything else you want to say?
Noah: I just love ISA and the teachers and my friends
Logan: Me too, I love school here!
Questions with Cheryl Granoff (Mother of Logan and Noah)
Q. What benefits do you see for your child being bilingual?
Cheryl: We chose ISA because we wanted our sons’ brought up in an immersion setting helping fuel their vocabulary. We also wanted them to have friends to share the experience with and interact.
Q. What difference do you see in learning young opposed to learning in middle/high school?
Cheryl: It gives them a great base and helps train their brain during their developmental years. It also is very easy for them to learn it at such a young age.
Logan, third grade, and Noah, second grade, attend International School of Arizona.