Your spanish school in Oaxaca
The school is set in a typical colonial building with a large main patio where students get together during the breaks. This old style construction with thick colonial walls keeps the classrooms cool throughout the year.
Due to the Center’s location, students are surrounded by a number of cafes, art galleries, museums, shops and internet cafes.
The school is 4 blocks from the famous Santo Domingo church , just walk one block to the south on Alcala street , then turn to your left on Abasolo and walk 3 blocks, you’ll see the school on that corner.
Most Popular Spanish Courses
The Intensive course aims at developing your communicative competences in the four main skills: speaking, reading, listening and writing. The lessons provide you contextualized grammar and expose you to the local culture. Teachers will assign you out of-class exercises to reinforce the content of the lessons. Lessons per week: 20 group lessons per week. Minimun Duration: 1 week. Spanish Level: Basic, Intermediated & Advanced.
The Private course is designed considering your individual needs and expectations. During the course, you will be exposed to a wide variety of topics according to your interests. It is tailor-made to your own personal needs. It is perfect if you do not have much time to study and want to focus on a specific area. Lessons per week: 10 private lessons / per week. Minimun Duration: 1 week. Spanish Level: Basic, Intermediated & Advanced.
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Families & Homestays
Our families know, due to their experience, what it means to be a real host. They have received many students from different nationalities, occupations and ages. We will take into consideration your likes and preferences. Living with a local family is the best way to learn their customs, likes, and style while you learn a new language.
San Bartolo Coyotepec
Prehispanic settlement where there are many ruins to admire. You can find there a very special church from the sixteenth century.
San Martin Tilcajete
Small and simple town that homes a big production center of Alebrijes. These are brightly colored Mexican folk art sculptures of fantastical creatures and are created at small workshops and in the artists houses.
Hierve el agua
The boiling water (Hierve el Agua) of this small town outside Oaxaca is formed by escaping air rather than heat (Hierve el Agua is actually a warm spring rather than a hot spring), but that doesn’t make this idyllic setting any less worth a visit.
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