What we offer

Language Stars offers classes taught by our native-speaking teachers for children ages 12 months to 12 years in 6 different languages, including: Spanish, Mandarin, French, Italian, German and Arabic.

Spanish

circle-flag-spanishThe language of Spain and Latin America, and the second-most-spoken language in the United States is our most popular language class. Our Spanish teachers come from countries including Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, and Spain and are excited to share their rich cultures with students.

Mandarin

circle-flag-chineseWith more than one billion speakers worldwide, China’s most popular dialect is Language Stars’ fastest-growing class. Our Mandarin teachers come from mainland China and Taiwan and enjoy sharing their heritage and language.

French

circle-flag-frenchKnown as the language of love and the language of diplomacy, French is one of the six official languages of the United Nations, one of the three official languages of the European Commission, and is spoken on every continent.

Italian

circle-flag-italianThe language of Dante, Michelangelo, Leonardo, and countless other Renaissance figures, Italian has been a popular global language for hundreds of thousands of years. Once your young learner begins a class, they’ll be saying “Ciao!” in no time.

German

german flagGerman is the most widely spoken native language in Europe and is recognized as the minority language in Denmark, France, Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia. Join us in saying “Guten Tag” in the language of scholars and artists, like Einstein and Mozart.

Arabic

circle-flag-egypitianStandard Arabic is the official language of over 20 countries with nearly 300 million native speakers. As an official language of the United Nations, it’s a language that’s sure to bring a lifetime of enrichment to your young learner.

English - ESL

English is the most widely spoken language in the United States and started as a result of British colonization of the Americas. As the official language of the United States, learning English as a second language (ESL) will provide the cultural and linguistic skills for your young learner to succeed.