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About Immanuel Preparatory

POLICY OF NON-DISCRIMINATION


Immanuel Preparatory does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation or disability in the recruitment or admission of students or in any of the rights, privileges, programs or activities generally accorded or made available to students or applicants. This non-discrimination policy extends to the administration of admissions policies, financial aid programs, academic programs, athletic programs, education policies and all other programs, policies and activities of the school.

Mission Statement:


Immanuel Preparatory is a virtual U.S, faith based christian language immersion school serving Pre-K through 12th Grade. We mission to work with those seeking high end education helping to develop strong leaders with biblical convictions who are equipped to succeed in college and beyond for all children and to connect with bridging all gaps in education. Parents of eager children are assigned in accomplishing this mission through a biblical foundation while integrating the core values of a multilingual approach through respect, honor, and truth so that the next generation can grow with majestic prosperity into the next century.



Founded on a strong belief that a great education should not have to be sacrificed with the lack for the biblical Word of God (scripture), cultural fundamental, ethical stability, and access to affordable private school education, Immanuel Preparatory is proud to bring academia to all corners of the world. 

Regardless of where they are located, our students receive customized, high-quality education from licensed teachers who are always available through online channels. 

Crafted with precise thought to innovative learning while still cooperating the fundamentals of a very Language and imperative Christ immersed curriculum, the school's axiom virtue's the statement "Basic Instruction for Bilingual Learning Education". (B.I.B.L.E)

The School's Coat of Arms represents the school's commitment to Humility, Loyalty, and, Honor. We are loyal to the Word of God and honor the commitment to helping to teach our students the foundations of generosity and love.


School Pride is key to educational success. With each color of the school's colors, there is a spiritual meaning:

Navy (a shade of blue also meaning fleet of ships) - represents dept, trust, loyalty, sincerity, wisdom, confidence, stability, faith, heaven, and intelligence.

Silver- Word Of God, purity, divinity, salvation, truth, atonement, redemption

Orange- Fire of God, Deliverance, passionate praise


Immanuel Preparatory started as an online virtual academy to love families like yours.



 

Bilingualism Delays Memory Loss

"In the five-year study, researchers followed 158 patients who had been diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment. For the study, they classified bilingual people as having high cognitive reserve and monolingual people as having low cognitive reserve.


Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia, making up 60 to 70 per cent of dementia cases. Of all activities with neuroplastic benefits, language use is the most sustained, consuming the largest proportion of time within a day. It also activates regions across the entire brain. Ellen Bialystok, Distinguished Research Professor in York's Department of Psychology, Faculty of Health, and her team tested the theory that bilingualism can increase cognitive reserve and thus delay the age of onset of Alzheimer's disease symptoms in elderly patients.

Their study is believed to be the first to investigate conversion times from mild cognitive impairment to Alzheimer's disease in monolingual and bilingual patients. Although bilingualism delays the onset of symptoms, Bialystok says, once diagnosed, the decline to full-blown Alzheimer's disease is much faster in bilingual people than in monolingual people because the disease is actually more severe.


These results contribute to the growing body of evidence showing that bilinguals are more resilient in dealing with neurodegeneration than monolinguals. They operate at a higher level of functioning because of the cognitive reserve, which means that many of these individuals will be independent longer, Bialystok says. This study adds new evidence by showing that the decline is more rapid once a clinical threshold has been crossed, presumably because there is more disease already in the brain."

These resources and more are discovered at www.sciencedaily.com. 

 

Immanuel Preparatory

Headquarters Office:
3379 Peachtree Road NE (Buckhead), Suite 555, Atlanta, GA 30326

Phone: (770) 239-0753

Fax: (770) 239-0754

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