Greetings from the Principal
The Sullivan School recognizes that the Kindergarten years of a child’s life are paramount to a child’s development.
Scientific studies have shown that children who are raised with more than one language mature into adults who tend to have broader mental capabilities, as well as more tolerant, eclectic attitudes and interests.
In the modern Global world, we believe it is imperative to accommodate the child’s natural receptivity and capacity for learning.
Many parents wisely recognize the value of cross-cultural integration for their children and want their kids to benefit from the enriching experiences of living and learning with children of different backgrounds.
During the Kindergarten years, children acquire skills, knowledge, and attitudes that will profoundly affect their personal development, their relationships with others, and their future participation in society.
A child’s success in later life is directly related to the learning and experiences they have in Kindergarten.
CEO & Principal