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SOURCE The Renaissance International School
OAKLAND, Calif., July 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Renaissance International School, an independent Montessori school in Oakland, California for children from two years old through middle school, is currently accepting applications for the 2014-2015 school year for its middle school program.
"Our Montessori middle school is designed around students' needs and curiosity, encouraging them to find their own place in the community and to learn skills that aid them to thrive now and throughout adulthood," says Leslie Hites, the school's founder and head of school. "Students are enthused and engaged about the curriculum, are eager to attend school and are highly invested in their work and projects."
The middle school program includes tri-lingual immersion so that students become fluent in French, Spanish and English. The Renaissance International School's language immersion program is believed to be the only genuine tri-language immersion Montessori program in the nation.
The curriculum also encompasses a project-based education that helps students excel in math, sciences and the humanities, specialized instruction in fine arts and music, and emphasis on personal development and service to the community. The Montessori middle school program also includes opportunities for travel.
"We see the world as our classroom," says Hites.
Graduates of The Renaissance International School attend top San Francisco Bay Area public and private high schools including Head Royce, The College Preparatory School, Bishop O'Dowd, Bentley School, Lick-Wilmerding, and Oakland Tech.
ABOUT THE RENAISSANCE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
The Renaissance International School is a Montessori school in Oakland, CA for children ages 2 years old through middle school. The school attracts students from Oakland, Berkeley, Moraga, Alameda and other San Francisco east bay cities.
Students receive a high quality education and become compassionate, capable, confident, creative individuals who are prepared for life. The school's curriculum encompasses the full substance of a traditional curriculum, yet goes beyond it to teach students how to think clearly, do their own research, express themselves well in writing and speech and put their knowledge to practical applications so that they can be successful today and in the future.
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