Michigan Tamil Sangam organizes Tamil classes for younger kids starting from age 5. We started this program in year 2010 to teach Tamil to our kids. Our Tamil class has been very successful in the past years and more than 200 kids per year participated & benefited.
• Your kids access to a structured syllabus, books and exercise material.
• Parents and students will have online access to their website account for homework, schedule and student performance.
• Our teachers will benefit from interacting with other teacher volunteers across the country.
• We will have a program that has matured and will support our needs for many more years to come.
To achieve this goal we have teamed up with California Tamil Academy, who currently has more than 2000 kids learning tamil from different states through this system. For more information please visit CTA website - www.catamilacademy.org. For more information on enrolling your child please contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
Class fees for Tamil Sangam Members (per annum) : $ 200
Class fees for Non-Members (per annum) : $ 300
Classes held at 3 locations around Detroit.
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Reuther Middle School,
1430 East Auburn Road,
Rochester Hills, MI 48307
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
28750 W 11 Mile Road,
Farmington Hills, MI 48336 (right behind Costick Center)
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Canton High School,
8415 North Canton Center Road,
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