Dual Language Immersion at Claymont

  • spanish classroom The Brandywine School District launched the Spanish Language Immersion Program at Claymont Elementary School in the 2015-2016 school year. This program provides some of our youngest learners with an exciting opportunity to learn and engage in two languages and cultures - English and Spanish - during the school day. Currently, students in grades K-5 are studying in the program at Claymont Elementary. Ultimately, the program will provide a continuous K-12 immersion pathway.  

    For the 2022-23 school year, we are now enrolling kindergarten and first grade students in Claymont's Immersion Program.  For a timeline of the enrollment process, please click here. Only students who live in Claymont's feeder pattern are able to register for this program.  Please complete an Immersion application/commitment form. Por favor, haga clic aquí y aquí para Español. If seats are available after feeder pattern students have enrolled, we will accept kindergarten students who have completed a School Choice application and selected Spanish Immersion as their program choice.

    Please click here for more information about the District's Immersion Program.

  • For more information about Dual Language Immersion at Claymont, please contact:

    Dr. Eryn Smith

    Tami Grimes-Stewart  
    Director of Elementary Education