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ADULTS

The Spanish School of San Miguel is more intimate than some San Miguel Schools, both in class size and in focus – and that’s exactly why our students choose us. We build relationships around teaching, and our students excel as a result.

TEENS

Liceo de Lengua’s summer program for teens (ages 13-17) prepares and encourages students to speak Spanish in a wide variety of settings beyond the classroom.

KIDS

Our educational approach to children (ages 6-12) places a special focus on how they learn best. We bring the culture and language of Mexico into the classroom using fun games, songs, dances, hands-on-projects, and other engaging activities; making it interesting and easy for children to learn Spanish.

Spanish School in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

San Miguel de Allende is the perfect place to study spanish and Liceo de la Lengua is the perfect spanish school

We are located on a quiet, beautiful street in San Miguel de Allende, the perfect location for a spanish school and only a five minute walk from the “jardin,” or central park. As a team of friendly and dedicated teachers, we are committed to offering every student the very best service in a warm and inviting atmosphere. Our spanish school offers new classes for all levels begin every Monday throughout the year. We offer group and individual courses specially designed for your needs. You will learn both to understand and to communicate in spanish faster than you thought possible, enabling you to get everything you need in town, and to converse with friends and neighbors in your community.

Teachers!

Young & Enthusiastic
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Miguel Olvera

Founder
Is one of the founders of El Liceo de La Lengua Española. Miguel has a degree in literature and has traveled extensively in Austria, Germany. Switzerland and Italy.
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luis espino

Founder
Is a founder of Liceo de La Lengua. He has a Business degree from the University of Guanajuato, and a great passion for teaching Spanish, and giving discourses on Mexican history.
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mario fernandez

Teacher
Mario Fernandez is a graduate of Instituto Superior del Profesorado de Lenguas, Buenos Aires, Argentina. He holds the TESOL and the COTE certificate, and an ELE diploma. He has taught English and Spanish as foreign languajes in Europe, South America and Mexico. Mario has worked as a facilitator, tutor and Academic Coordinator.
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juanita peinado

Teacher
With a degree in education, Juanita has worked for thirty years in the DIF, during this time she has specialized in preschool education with children aged two through six. For many years, she has worked at different schools in summer camps including the Instituto Latinoamericano as a Spanish teacher and arts and crafts coordinator. Juanita is a mix of experience and enthusiasm, a woman who thanks to her jovial attitude gets to know her pupils very well.
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aranza torres

Teacher
Young and full of energy, Aranzazu, has worked at language schools in San Miguel for over ten years. She specializes in working with children and finding creative ways to engage them in language learning through traditional Mexican arts and crafts, songs, dance, cooking and games. Her contagious happy attitude and expertise in her field is loved by her English and Spanish students alike.
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francisco olvera (Paco )

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Francisco Olvera, known as Paco, has a degree in Tourism and has worked for various years as the manager of reception at Villa Santa Monica, Doña Urraca and the Puertecita Boutique Hotel. Alternatively, Paco has been teaching Spanish for three years at Liceo de la Lengua. His especialty is working with beginner students. Thanks to his patience and friendly attitude Paco successfully presents and introduces basic concepts of the Spanish language.

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