Meet our Founder, Adriana Green
I was born in México City proud to be Mexican, a graduate of the Latin University (México) with a BA in Social Psychology and Human development, after living in México City and working as a supervisor at a major company for several years; decided to move to Atlanta, Ga (Johns Creek area) in the of 2008, has worked with the Latino community in different projects for the social development of the community.
In 2010,I got my certification of Substitute Teacher in Latin American Association, in 2013 I took my bilingual certification CDA(children development associate).
I’ve been teaching and tutoring Spanish to children for a period of over seven years.
I’m happily married to Carl Burnett who has supported me to make this project reality. Together we work every day so that
Spanish International Learning achieves its objectives successfully.
I have a step son Max, 9 years old who loves different languages, he is learning Spanish.
I have a 10 year old child Chris Andre, who is bilingual and fluent in both languages and a 25 year old daughter Shannon Sussette, who is also bilingual.
I have two passion in my professional life one is teach Spanish to children and the other is to help people in their causes.
Since teachers are very important influence in the children’s lives; I feel that they are the future adults of the world and have to be treated with respect and shown the path to their true potential with love and care!
My life’s motto is that we have to be better humans every day!
THE BEST TIME FOR A CHILD TO LEARN A LANGUAGE IS WHILE THEY’RE STILL YOUNG!
Educating a child to be bilingual
For a child, learning language is part of their brain chemistry. They are literally built to absorb information; they do this in an unconscious state of mind, like they’re learning and they don’t even know it.
Ultimately, your child’s fluency in speaking another
language will be influenced by many factors, including personal motivation and parental support. Decide what level your child wants the language of their cultural heritage and then look for appropriate resources, such as books and multimedia material, formal education or temporary immersion. Teaching children to be bilingual can help them recognize the importance of other countries’ cultures as well as develop a strong personal identity, and can even be of great use to them when they are older!
``Our Mission is to program success in our children's mentality by speaking the Spanish language``
Our Internal Programs
Are Complemented By:
- Spanish Language (Our main objective)
- Skills workshop for life in the Spanish language
Our after school program is not only a program that teaches the Spanish language, but also teaches to think and solve life situations thinking in Spanish.
Our academic program is focused on learning. Students are the protagonists of their own process. The educational approach allows children and young people to acquire knowledge, develop skills and form values.
Get to know our incredible teachers and staff!
I've lived in GA for 20 years, I've been married for 25 years and I have two children, I enjoy traveling with my family and cooking my Latin foods. In 2011,I got my certification of Substitute Teacher in Latin American Association, in 2014 I took my bilingual certification CDA(children development associate) I enjoy working with children especially in my native language. Fell free to visit my class where you will be welcome.
I graduated from a Pedagogía School in Colombia (Special needs children) I’ve been living in the United States for 5 years. I have a beautiful family consisting of my parents and 3 sisters. I've been married for 3 years and I would love children, I love being the aunt of 2 nieces. I can’t put in words how much I love them and how much I enjoy being surrounded by children. I welcome all parents and look forward to teaching all students.