Springfield Genius Academy, located at 66 Morris Ave. in Springfield, has been educating young students for nearly ten years, with a focus on Chinese language and cultural education. The Springfield Oriental Genius Academy is a preschool that provides optimized and consistent Chinese language exposure as well by providing stimulating, innovative, and diverse curriculum and enrichment programs in Chinese, Math, Social Studies and Culture, Science and Technology, and the Arts and Music. They aim to provide students with a friendly, fun, and active learning experience. The Chinese-immersion preschool program (age 2½ - 6 years) offers a robust bilingual curriculum, with classes like reading, math, social studies, science, music/arts taught in Chinese, as well as an English language arts class. Their goal is for each student to master Chinese language fluency in speaking, reading, and writing, and be able to fully express themselves through daily conversation, songs, and stories.
Because each child learns in different ways, they use a thematic approach that incorporates hands-on activities, songs, and art projects to encourage each child’s curiosity, confidence, and imagination. Their new, state-of-the-art facility includes indoor and outdoor play areas, music rooms, and a dance studio to stimulate each child’s intellectual and social growth. All of these programs may be tailored to each child’s unique needs. They have interactive equipment and classroom environments to spark creativity, exploration, and free-choice learning. Additionally, there are indoor and outdoor play areas to encourage intellectual, social, and emotional growth. They can be reached at 732-213-9618 or visit their web site at noec.org. You may also email them at email@example.com.
We welcome the community to come by for a visit and learn more about our preschool program!
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Mike Scalera, Co-Chairman Springfield Patriot Chamber of Commerce; Elliot Merkin, Vice President of the Springfield Patriot Chamber of Commerce; Jack Ouyang, one of the founders and principal of the Millburn Huaxia Chinese School; Roy You, former president of the Millburn Short Hills Chinese Association; Peter Liu, who donated a grand piano to Springfield Genius Academy; David Yen; Margaret Lam, founder of the annual NJ Chinese Festival; Mayor Richard Huber, Weilai Fong and Liuxia Lu -- founders of Springfield Genius Academy, Mei Liu; Xueyan Xu; Louie Shen, member of the Board of Education in Millburn; Deputy Mayor Erica Dubois; Township Committeeman Chris Capodice; Liwu Hong, member of the Board of Education in East Brunswick; Jerry Shi, the President of the Board of Education in Edison.