L.A Spanish School is a fun and educational immersion program designed to teach Spanish to children and adults. Our well designed Theme-Based Project Curriculum develops engaging activities to keep our students motivated learning Spanish. Our lessons are focused on our students’ emotional development, students’ potential proficiency in the Spanish language and a strong and positive classroom environment and community. L.A Spanish School in person program operates under a license with the City of Santa Monica and Community and Recreational Park Classes at Euclid Park.
Our flexibility with schedules lets our students choose from more alternatives to learn Spanish, picking a day that works best for them and suits their individual schedule. We offer classes throughout the year and registrations are open every 8 weeks. We offer different immersion programs for toddlers 9 months to 2 years and 11 months, preschoolers and enrichment classes from 3 to 12 years old, teens 13 to 17 years old and adults classes. Students can learn locally and In person at our school location, online or via private tutoring at your home, preschool or school. For more information about our programs please visit our program links.
The goal of our LA Spanish Immersion School Program is to offer another alternative and didactic tool to support our community and families education raising bilingual children. Our Spanish Immersion method incorporates daily meaningful and practical activities connected with the cultural understanding as a component in the proficiency in the Spanish language.
Our team of teachers is diverse. All of them are native speakers from different parts of Latin America and Spain. They are all professional tutors with experience at working with children and teaching them Spanish as a second language. They all show positive energy with children, parents and other teachers at all times. Working as a team makes all the difference; acknowledging that each minute the kids are spending at our school is valuable. Our teachers are fun, creative, patient, and, of course, always looking for new strategies to communicate with children without using any English in class at all. There are 8 to 10 children per teacher. Parental volunteers are present at each class, plus two teachers or interns who come to learn about our methods and gather experience regarding the instruction of our lessons.