Learn Spanish in Costa Rica
Chac-Mool Spanish School is located in beautiful Costa Rica.
Learning Spanish at osta Rica can be a a great experience. Our School in Costa Rica offers a the very best environment for learning Spanish, Costa Rica´s beautiful places and it´s wonderfull people along with the best teachers are definitellythe perfect combination.
Specially for those who are more adventurous and enjoy outdoors activities our campus at Costa Rica will certainly be ideal for you, located very close to archeological ruins and also close to the tallest volcano in the Costa Rica.
Costa Rica means “Rich Coast” and it is a well earned name, CostaRica has beautiful beaches on both the Pacific side and the Atlantic side.
Our school is the Best Choice for You
Our Spanish Teachers
Our Spanish Teachers are considered the best in Costa Rica and they all receive training on our methodology and Spanish Teaching techniques. We use Krashen’s theory andall our teachers need to undergo a specific training on thisand other systems, We also use the Seven Intelligences and apply an all Natural Approach to Spanish Teaching which we have perfeted over the years.
All our Teachers, need to pass various levels of proficiency. When they start in each level only the top teachers will continue, until we are left with only top-notch Spanish teachers!
Also we have weekly workshops for our staff members and teachers so we are always updated with new teaching techniques and methodolgies.
Learning Spanish with Creativity
We have created small outdoor classrooms, and adopted a friendly, relaxed atmosphere so students have optimal conditions for being successful in their acquisition of the language. We use a hands on approach with children, adults and teens, making the learning experience auditory, visual and kinesthetic.
Classes have a maximum of 3 people and we use a variety of media to assist in comprehension of the Spanish language. We also offer extracurricular activities in the afternoons as an extension of the classroom. These sometimes include cooking class, salsa dancing, yoga class, or even a movie in Spanish! Often we have a coto-cafe, which is just an informal gathering where students and teachers have a chance to chat in Spanish about anything at all, maybe at a local restaurant or cafe. We also offer weekend excursions, where students learn about the history and lore of local archeological zones. This way, they don’t just visit as a tourist, but take a piece of local culture home with them.