세계에서 유래를 찾아볼 수 없는 우리의 조국 대한민국의 눈부신 발전이 자랑스럽습니다. 또한 지구촌 각 분야에 뻗어나가 아름드리 과실을 맺고 있는 우리의 자녀들과 문화와 국력이 자랑스럽습니다.우리의 자녀들은 우리 조국의 미래요, 나아가 미국을 비롯한 전 지구촌 모든 민족의 희망으로 우뚝 서게 될 것입니다.우리 밝은 빛 한국학교는 이곳 미국에서 뿌리를 내리고 있는 우리의 자녀들에게 우리의 모국어인 한국어를 비롯해서 우리의 유구한 역사와 우수한 문화를 체계적으로 가르치고 있습니다.뿐만 아니라 현지 미국인과 타민족 한글교육을 위한 주말 반,주중 반, 이중언어(영어-한국어) 미국 정규 중,고등학교 과정을 운영하고 있습니다. 다양한 학습과정을 통해 심도있게 한국어를 가르치고 있으며 주말 반,주중 반, 이중언어(영어-한국어) 미국 정규 중,고등학교 과정을 운영하고 있습니다. 감사합니다.
밝은 빛 한국학교
The K-School is designed for elementary, middle, high School, and college students as well as adult students. We also offer courses for students who are planning to take the TOPIK (Test of Proficiency in Korean). The curriculum focuses on proficiency in Korean speaking, listening, reading, and writing, in addition to Korean history, music, culture, and traditions. In advanced courses, students can participate in a diversity of activities to develop a deeper and a holistic understanding of the Korean culture. The K-School is accredited by the Norwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC) and the Advancing Excellence in Education (AdvancED) and approved by Washington State Board of Education – we aim to deliver a high academic standard and maintain a commitment to constant improvements. We are supported by the Overseas Korean Foundation and the textbooks used in the curriculum are official publications by the Republic of Korea Ministry of Education and distributed by the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea.
Saturdays: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Classes), 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM (Lunch), 12:30PM – 2:00 PM (Physical Education, Extra-curricular activities, SAT preparations, TOPIK preparations)
The K-School high school curriculum abides the standards of the Washington State Board of Education. Every class is instructed bilingually, both in English and in Korean, by a faculty member certified in both the United States and the Republic of Korea. Students can actively seek for admissions in universities in the U.S. as well as schools in different countries. Moreover, we are open to all students, including those who have not graduated high school due to hardships whether financial, medical, environmental, or other reasons.
Beginners start with alphabets and elementary grammar – very basic elementary grade level.
This level provides foundational understanding in reading, writing (including writing a simple article and/or diary), speaking, and listening.
Higher learning than elementary, this level provides a holistic understanding in reading, writing, speaking and listening, as well as Korean culture and TOPIK. This level can communicate with native Koreans, read newspapers, magazines and understand high school level classes.
Higher learning than intermediate, students learn to read, write, speak, listen, and a deeper understanding of Korean history and culture. This level can engage in sophisticated conversations, read newspapers or magazines, write essays, and understand introductory college-level courses.
At the highest level, students can fully understand accelerated college-level courses and teach Korean to other students in lower level classes. Comprehending advanced literature, students will gain a profound and a full understanding of the language, culture, and traditions. Students also become bilingual, making them proficient in interpretations and translations in both English and Korean.