~ Core Programs ~
The Early Literacy Program focuses on phonics acquisition, literacy acquisition, growth, and early development for students from pre-k to grade 2.
The ESL Program has been designed to help English Language Learners transition into mainstream classes quicker with greater ease and confidence.
The Academic Enrichment Program has been designed for students who have demonstrated proficiency in English and want to advance their English language skills and other academic skills further through project-based learning.
~Specialty Programs ~
The Accent Reduction Program has been designed for students who demonstrate strong English reading and writing skills but struggle with distinguishing Canadian English sounds.
The University Prep Program has been designed to meet the needs of those students who wish to become familiar with the study methods, writing formats, reading skills, and overall skills necessary to meet success in university.
The Innovators Program has been designed to deliver STEAM education to students who are looking for opportunities to develop their science, technology, engineering, art, and math skills.
The Math Program has been designed for students to meet and exceed the BC Provincial Learning Outcomes within the subject.
~ LMLA Difference ~
"Transformative Learning, Real-World Achievement"
How we help students succeed?
~ Student Testimonial ~
~ LMLA Education Team ~
Little Mountain Learning Academy takes great pride in supporting highly qualified, and experienced teachers. Our dedicated teachers bring with them vast and varied knowledge and expertise. The teacher’s individual passions for education brings much vibrancy and specialization to the classroom.
~ Our Facility ~
~ Latest Blog ~
- Expectations in an English Language Arts Class
Many parents fail to see the full scope of an English Language Arts class and as a result, they expect their children to achieve grades that are unrealistic at best. Long gone are the days of answering simple chapter by chapter reading comprehension questions. Long gone, is rote memorization. Moreover, a student’s proficiency in speaking …
- Little Mountain In-Class Visit
The school bustles with excitement. Kids are busily writing notecards out, testing the overhead projector, reciting their pronunciation of long words, and setting out tea and chocolates on the classroom table. “Two minutes till your parents arrive!” the teacher says. Instead of the usual, “No, there’s not enough time! Teacher, more time!”, the students say …