For PreK – Grade 3 students, we have developed 3 specialized Early Literacy Programs to help students develop a strong phonics foundation and get a head start on acquiring early reading and writing skills.
Students from grades 4 to 7 are placed within the ESL Stream or the Academic Enrichment Stream. The ESL Stream aims at moving students out of ESL. The Academic Enrichment Stream cultivates opportunities for student to master their English Language Arts skills.
For students in Grade 8 – Grade 12, depending on their level of language proficiency, we have designed 3 Core English Programs to help students develop skills necessary to meet success in North American post-secondary institution.
Our Admissions Consulting Package emphasizes not only nurturing positive core personality traits and good manners but also strategically elevating academic competencies and building a well-rounded portfolio. Through individualized academic and extracurricular planning, along with coaching sessions, we strive to help students unlock their potential and become a strong candidate for the private school of their choice.
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
Our LMLA Difference
What makes Little Mountain Learning Academy different?
We are the exclusive curriculum developer for smrt Kids and smrt Youth. The courses are now fully complete and deployment of the program in many schools has begun. We have also incorporated the International Baccalaureate-inspired "Design Cycle" across all our programs to facilitate Project-Based Learning.
Our Professional Education Team
Our Sister School in China
Classroom Management Do’s and Don’ts
Pencils are flying, feet are kicking and voices are clashing over the teacher’s as he or she desperately tries to maintain order and stick to their quickly dissolving lesson plan. At their wits’ end, the teacher raises their voice sharply, calling for calm and threatening severe consequences for the entire class if the unacceptable behaviour …
Why is English so hard to learn?
English is one of the hardest languages to learn. This is a commonly held belief among many language learners. While English undoubtedly holds its unique challenges, it is actually not the most complicated world language. Many other languages are in fact much more complex grammatically, phonetically, and morphologically in comparison to English. So why all …
Decoding the Provincial Exam
The word “Provincial Exam” can invoke feelings of dread, fear, and even panic for many students. However, this formidable task does not have to bring unease or trepidation. With the right tools, knowledge, and understanding of what to expect, students can feel confident and prepared to decode B.C’s provincial exam. The first and most important …