International School Prepares Kids For Todays Job Markets

French International SchoolToday we talk to Canadian Expats about the International Schools in and near Cabrera and explore the advantages of a multilingual education for kids in todays careers.  Claude and Marie Josee explain that their highschool aged son attended the French International school in nearby Rio San Juan for over 3 years before starting his college career in Canada.

The multilingual curriculum helped prepare their son to succeed in todays international focused job markets.

Next Claude explains the challenges of his own career as a flight nurse in northern Canada, near the north pole.  Claude is on duty for 28 days a month in temperatures as low as minus 40 degrees, then commutes down to Cabrera for a balmy 85 degree 28 days.  Strangely enough, it is not the temperature change that is Claude’s biggest challenge…. what could be a bigger challenge than that?Check out what Claude and Marie Josee have to say about the French International school, multilingual education and the craziest commute I’ve ever seen on this short video.


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Kevin S. December 12, 2013 at 1:14 am

I just returned from my forth trip to the Cabrera’ area over the past year. I’ll admit that I definitely had my set of preconceived notions before my first visit, and the availability of quality education was one of them.

I’ve met several parents in the area that have relocated from western nations with high educational standards. For the most part, I’ve heard nothing but positive comments from these parents of how their children have received exceptional educations in the region, and also that their children really acclimated to the new systems well and enjoyed their schools.

This is what I’ve observed anyway.

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