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Expanded Russian school in NYC admits 900 students

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Expanded Russian school in NYC admits 900 students


06.10.2017

ksors.orgPrivate Sunday school Bright Мinds Center founded by our compatriots starts its new educational year in two New York locations, Coordinating council of Russian compatriots in USA reports. The school just has opened its second destination in Manhattan and can accommodate up to 900 kids.

Bright Мinds Center offers a preschool program for children ages 2 to 5, a day care and enrichment programs for students up to 15 years old. Its co-owners Marina Korostushevskaya and Anna Volkova underlined that Russian and bi-lingual kids got to school, and aside sharpening Russian language skills they participate in theater studio, drawing and painting sessions, dance classes. There's a math club as well.

“Our center is a perfect medium for communication between kids who like communicating in Russian” - has explained Marina Korostushevskaya. The center co-owners are now thinking about opening the new school division in another big center of Russian community, Miami.

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