GCPS Dual Language Immersion Program
Communication and collaboration in the global marketplace will become increasingly valuable skills for our students as they prepare for college, careers, and citizenship after graduation. In Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS), our Dual Language Immersion (DLI) program promises to prepare students for this 21st century reality. Students start the DLI program in kindergarten and continue their immersion experience each subsequent school year. Our rising kindergartners have an opportunity to develop proficiency in a new language in DLI classrooms at ten schools— Spanish at Annistown, Baldwin, Bethesda, Camp Creek, Ivy Creek, Level Creek, Meadowcreek and Mulberry elementary schools; French at Trip ES; and Korean at Parsons ES. Learn more about the elementary school program in this video.
In the DLI elementary school program, students spend half of the school day learning in English and the other half learning content areas in the target language (Spanish, French, or Korean). The program launches with kindergarten students, then builds by one grade level. Click here to learn more about our DLI middle school continuation program!
Please visit the Dual Language Immersion webpage for additional information.