This program is designed for the students to explore the 6 themes of the AP Spanish Language and Mexican Culture Program. There will be a series of activities that allow students to explore the cultural differences between Mexico and the USA and will include information about Mexican history, culture and traditions. Intermediate and advanced levels, have been designed for 1 or 2 weeks of intensive study.


PHASE 1: The practice of skills within the classroom. Our program focuses on 4 basic aspects:

 1. Reading comprehension.

2. Listening comprehension.

3. Written expression.

4. Oral expression.




Immersion outside of the classroom. This program includes daily cultural exchange (only during the summer). In this activity students will work with Mexican adolescents. There will be a series of activities that will allow students to know more about the cultural differences between Mexico and the United States. We also offer two extracurricular activities per week and visits to museums in the city or you can do volunteer work in one of our sister communities. During weekends students can enjoy a trip to various colonial cities of great historical importance and the tourist areas of the city.  

Students will improve  listening writing and speaking skills with the support of an experienced Staff.

Adam Block a former student of this program will be happy to share his experience at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..