Core English Programs at Little Mountain Learning Academy (LMLA) offer something largely unavailable at typically tutorial based after school academies.
The New Tutoring Services at LMLA offer students opportunities to improve upon specific areas of weakness or target certain areas for even greater strength.
Little Mountain’s STEAM program aims to empower students to combine both creative and critical thought processes through project-based learning.
Grand Open: STEAM Class on Saturday from October 2019!
Little Mountain has a brand new STEAM group opening on Saturday 4:00-6:00 PM! Please fill out the contact form for more details.
Little Mountain’s STEAM program aims to empower students to combine both creative and critical thought processes through project-based learning. By engaging in design projects that require skills from multiple academic disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics), students will learn to reflect on real-world challenges and problems and integrate these skills to design practical and appealing solutions to the issues they identify.
We are using various STEAM teaching tools including Little Bits, Lego Mindstorms, Scratch, PixelPAD, iPad OS, Kiwico and Bee-Bot and etc.
How has Little Mountain changed your child?
Let’s hear what our parents have to say about their child’s experience here!
"As a newcomer to Vancouver, Christina's English level has become an obstacle for her to improve all academic skills at school despite having academic success in China. After studying in Little Mountain Learning Academy, she has become active in her daily life." - Jasmine
Little Mountain Advantage
What makes Little Mountain Learning Academy different?
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