LA CALLE is a spanish language school for adult foreigners located in a cozy and colorful colonial house in downtown Mérida, cultural capital of the Yucatan Peninsula, in Mexico.
We teach to all levels from complete beginners to high advance.
Our method is communicative and we prepare programs adapted to the level, strengths, weaknesses and objectives of the students.
The aim is to help them to be able to communicate in any situation of everyday life and be able to express any kind of opinion or idea,
We only work with adults, with small groups (maximum 6 students per class), the classes are only in Spanish and we provide all the material.
We also use written exercises and homework, but most of the exercises are to improve expression and
To know more, we invite you to visit our webpage lacalle-spanishschool.com
WHO ARE OUR STUDENTS?
Our students are adults (minimum 18 years old) form all the world.
We have different profiles of students with different reasons to study Spanish, but the common point among all of them is that they are super motivated to learn.
Among our students there are people who study for professional reasons, to travel, to have a family that speaks Spanish or just as a hobby.
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ORIGIN OF OUR STUDENTS
Our school is a building that mixes ancient and modern architecture.
The school is fresh, colorful and bright to create a relaxed study environment.
We have a tropical garden and a pool.
Also with a restaurant with terrace where we prepare fresh meals with options for all tastes (vegans, vegetarians and carnivores).
To see pictures of our Spanish school and Spanish classes, we invite you to visit our facebook facebook.com/spanish.school.mexico/
We propose an endless number of activities to continue practicing Spanish.
Activities such as:
Half day and full day excursions.
and many more
We can help you to apply for a visa.
How to get there
We are less than 10 minutes walk from the main square of Merida, Yucatan.