Vista, CA – local charter school is leading the charge to help San Diego County’s parents meet the challenges of the Global California 2030 Initiative. This requires that half of all kindergarten through grade twelve students will be participating in programs leading to proficiency in two or more languages, either through a class, a program, or an experience, by 2030.
Dual Language Immersion North County (DLINC) is an award-winning charter school located in Vista that serves children in grades TK through 8. DLINC offers an innovative 90:10 instruction model that integrates native English and Spanish speakers in the same classroom. The results speak for themselves: by 7th and 8th grade, numerous studies have shown that dual immersion students exceed their peers in most academic areas, while the 90:10 model typically produces higher rates of bilingualism.