Spanish for Teens

An All-inclusive Language & Fun Program for Teens

Our teen program is a fun, interactive learning experience that won’t feel like school a bit. Created for teenagers looking for an authentic language and cultural immersion experience in Mexico, participants attend daily classes, join group tours, and live with a local family.

Our mission at ASLI is to increase the quality of Spanish education for today’s students by providing them real-life, out-of-the-classroom exposure through educational trips and tours.

The ASLI youth program has been designed specifically for students looking to learn Spanish as a foreign language. This is done by developing the students’ language skills in all areas with an added emphasis on developing communicative skills.

Our goal is to help teenage students become not only bilingual, but also bicultural. Children and teens will not only be learning the Spanish language during their stay, they will also be taking in all the culture that is emitting from this wonderful town.

2017 Program Dates

Choose to come for one, two, or a few weeks any time within the following dates:

    • March (Spring Break)
    • April (Spring Break)
    • June
    • July
    • August (First and Second Week)

Tuition – $850 per week

Tuition includes classes, group excursions, home stay for 8 nights, three meals daily, private room and private bathroom.

Classes are limited to five students and are grouped both by age and by level of proficiency. Enjoy some of the finest teachers in Mexico and their lively communicative teaching approach.

Homestay includes a private room and bath, three meals daily, and transportation to-and-from school (if it’s too far to walk.)

Contact us with any questions, or register here for our Spanish for Teens immersion program!

More details: Learn more about your travel to Cuernavaca and your accommodations during your stay, tuition cost and pricing, as well as resources such as books for your studies.

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