• YSCP focuses on two student constituencies: those native speakers of American English who wish to engage a curriculum which fosters a global perspective and promotes appreciation and understanding of world regions, cultures, and global issues, and those whose native language is not American English, during their transition into the American educational system and culture.

  • Through an innovative language immersion program, which relies heavily on a rigorous academic curriculum for mastery of core knowledge and skills, YSCPCS seeks to develop students (initially, K-5) who are conversant in at least two major world languages (in addition to English), who understand the interdependence of the world’s peoples, and who attain proficiency not only in basic academic subjects, but also in knowledge of other countries, their people, and their roles in influencing world history and present international issues.

  • This school recognizes that academic abilities range from the intellectually gifted to the academically challenged. Each student will be encouraged, through adaptations or additions to individual programs of study, to strive for his or her maximum potential. The educational environment includes families, teachers and students communicating on a regular basis to assess and optimize students’ successes and to incorporate activities which contribute to complete personal, social, physical and esteem development.


  • Preparing students for college and life-long learning.

  • Teaching at least two world languages that one of them will be their mother language.

  • Developing an advanced performance in mathematics and sciences

  • Promoting student projects and presentations.

  • Tutoring to students by students of Penn State University

  • Preparing students to any kind of competitions, contests, science fairs or science Olympiads.

  • Encouraging strong family involvement.

  • Giving an opportunity to share cultures and benefit from each other.

  • Supporting multicultural events in school.

  • Providing the extensive use of technology.

Our Students Learn

  • To develop a disciplined and practical schedule for school work.

  • To practice commitment and integrity.

  • To set goals and strive for higher achievement.

  • To develop reading, writing, and computational skills.

  • To develop communication skills (listening, verbal and written).

  • To develop thinking skills for problem solving.

  • To use interpersonal skills, ability to work with others.

  • To increase self esteem, motivation.

  • To expand organizational skills.

  • To accelerate foreign language acquisition.

  • To increase computer literacy.

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