We are an interdisciplinary group of experts in Spanish education at an international level that aim to identify, develop, and improve the academic options that are currently available. We do this through innovative and professional programs with cutting-edge educational techniques and methods whose ultimate goal is for young people to speak Spanish.
Our founder and CEO, Mr. René Sánchez, has a master’s degree in communication by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and a master’s degree in Applied Languages to teach Spanish by the Universidad de Lleida, Spain.
Frequently Ask Questions
Yes, any parent, legal guardian, sibling or friend can travel with the student to Madrid but won't be able to participate in the academic activities. In order to maintain the effectiveness of the program we can’t allow other persons to be with the students during the program activities. Friends, siblings or parents can be in Madrid and enjoy with the student after the program activities every day.
Yes, with parent or legal guardian authorization the students can arrive early or stay after the program in Madrid. We just recommend being on time and attend the full program in Madrid.
Yes, we have the option to accept independent students to our program.
Yes. You can secure your student’s space for this program with a deposit of 30% of the total program cost, then you will receive the instructions for the remainder of the payments.
You can pay with a credit card, PayPal, bank transfer or check.
The price will depend on the flight fare that usually changes depending on the season and where you will be traveling from. Please contact us to give you the exact price for your city and season.
Depends on each school and State. The program has the characteristics to be paid by tax credit in Arizona, but it will depend on each school’s decision and the applicable state’s rules and regulations. Ask your student school administrative staff regarding this option.
This is an academic program to support any Spanish language program in the United States. We can invite your student school to add this academic field trip to their curriculum as part of the Spanish program but that will depend on the school board’s decision and the parents' support.
Like any other academic program for high school students, the participants will need to follow the rules and restrictions of the program such as: Consuming alcohol, drugs, or tobacco will not be permitted nor will any kind of sexual misconduct during the entire program length. The legal age to drink alcohol and smoke is 18 in Spain, however in order to follow the United States’ rules, we will not allow the use of any of these products or any sexual activity in the lodging's spaces during our academic activities.
Rooms will be divided for boys, girls and teachers. If any person wants to have single room, there is that option available at a higher price.