Learning another language is not only fun but did you know it’s also good for your brain and can give you learning skills that will help throughout your life? Research shows learning a second language at an early age can boost problem-solving, critical-thinking, and listening skills, in addition to improving memory, concentration, and the ability to multitask. Children proficient in other languages also show signs of enhanced creativity and mental flexibility.
At Collina Italiana, we are making learning fun through stories, games, activities and conversation. We create a lot of art as well as reading stories, singing and dancing. We focus on hands-on activities to keep kids engaged and excited about learning. They especially love learning the stories of our traditions and heritage. By the end of class, they can even tell you how a Margherita pizza came to be!
Which is best for your child?
For the students who have a busy schedule and are looking for a customized curriculum. Flexible schedule and discounted packages.
Learning together is always fun! That’s why we offer a variety of group class levels for children of all ages. Beginner to Intermediate levels and classes for Bilingual kids.
We offer a wide variety of workshops like yoga, music, arts and crafts and more—all taught in Italian! It’s the perfect way for kids to learn while having a great time.
Open up a world of learning, friends and fun—all in Italian. We know how hectic summers can be so we offer flexible options for all families. NEW! One-day/week camp!
Feel free to contact us anytime here. Below you’ll find our most frequently asked questions.
You might be able attend a different group class to make up the lesson you missed if there is another course of the same level or a workshop available.
Collina Italiana does not prorate any class for group courses.
Our classes are always very small. For language classes, max class size is 8 students, but most classes average around 4 – 6.
The best of the best, of course. All our instructors are experienced tutors and Italian mother tongue. They were born and raised in the ‘Bel Paese’ of Italy.