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Now enrolling: the state’s first public charter school to immerse young children in the Chinese language.

East Point Academy is just outside of Columbia, but open to students statewide. Chinese investment and involvement in the South Carolina’s economy

is more than most of the states in the country. With the Confucius Institute at the University of South Carolina helping, Mandarin can be offered the same way French and Spanish have. Parent and planning board member Rick Kest says learning this language has proven to have other benefits:

In other states that have similar programs, the students academically far outstrip the other students in all areas. The closest one is in Charlotte Read More right now–they have a Chinese immersion program. And the students score not only in the top in the state in math and science, but also in English. So they do better even in English than other students.

Read more: SC launches first Chinese language public school

Confucius Institute launches state’s first immersion charter school

Staff Report
Published March 10, 2011

The Confucius Institute at the University of South Carolina is helping to launch South Carolina’s first Chinese immersion charter school.

East Point Academy, on Knox Abbott Drive in Cayce, is expected to open in August.

Read more: Confucius Institute launches state’s first immersion charter school

Columbia SC to get Mandarin immersion

March 10, 2011
by elizabethweise
Wednesday, Mar. 09, 2011
USC helps launch Mandarin Chinese immersion school

COLUMBIA, S.C. — The University of South Carolina’s Confucius Institute is helping launch a Mandarin Chinese immersion school that opens in the fall.

USC spokeswoman Peggy Binette said Wednesday the Institute is helping arrange for five teachers from China to serve on the faculty at the state charter school.

Instruction will be available for 4-year-old and 5-year-old kindergarten as well as first and second grades. Additional grade levels are expected to be added each year to the Cayce school.

Read more: Columbia SC to get Mandarin Immersion

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