Mandarin Immersion & Spanish Immersion Elementary School

Preparing bright minds for a changing world

2131 Tustin Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92627

Our mission is to develop healthy, creative, inquisitive and intellectually curious individuals in an ethical and nurturing environment. In the context of a Mandarin Chinese & Spanish immersion experience, we will provide a fast-paced, academically intensive environment in order to best prepare our students for the opportunities and challenges of the 21st century.

Language Immersion: Spanish or Mandarin Emphasis

Mandarin Chinese Emphasis: 70% Mandarin Chinese, 10% Spanish, 20% English 

Spanish Emphasis: 70% Spanish, 10% Mandarin Chinese, 20% English

 

• Small class sizes (6:1 or smaller)

• Individualized learning; children advance in math, reading and writing at their own pace

• No homework until 5th grade
We are located on the border of Dover Shores (Newport Beach) and Eastside Costa Mesa, only minutes from the Newport Beach Back Bay. We are a few minutes’ drive from the 73/55 interchange and about 7 minutes’ drive from John Wayne Airport. Many of our families drive from other areas of Orange County, such as Orange, Laguna Niguel, Irvine, Lake Forest, Newport Coast and Fountain Valley.
* Seashore Academy is a non-profit organization.
  • "I'm inspired by the mission of Seashore Academy and look forward to the day when we have our first Seashore graduates on our campus. One of the defining attributes of our school is having a diverse group of students who bring many different perspectives to the learning environment. With Seashore Academy's focus on a trilingual education, their students will be well prepared to for not only our curriculum, but the world we will all face in the 21st century."

    - Gordon McNeill, Head, Sage Hill School

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