Bullfighting. The Guggenheim. Tapas. Flamenco Music. World Cup Champions.
Choosing one of the SPI teen Spanish language immersion programs is the best way to experience everything that Spain has to offer. Spain is an extremely diverse country, with 17 different provinces, and four languages spoken in the entire country, making it an exciting destination for any teen who chooses an SPI Spanish lanaguage immersion program.
With programs in Cadiz, Santander, and San Sebastian, any teen looking to choose a language immersion program need look no further. Whether it’s taking surfing lessons in San Sebastian, or enjoying a nice cafe con leche with your host mother in Cadiz, there is something for everyone. Not only can you learn another language and earn college credit, but the experience is one of a kind.
If your interests are in the outdoors, our teen Spanish language immersion program in Costa Rica is your program. The SPI Costa Rica program allows students to study Spanish, while traveling the fascinating eco-systems of the country. Located in the heart of the Costa Rican rainforest, Monteverde hosts the world famous Cloud Forest Preserve, offering SPI participants a variety of amazing activities and adventures, including nature and wildlife hikes, relaxing hotspring baths and an incredible canopy zip-line tour through the rain forest! You can live the good life with SPI in Costa Rica – Pura Vida!
But whether choosing a teen Spanish immersion program in Spain or Costa Rica, you can be assured that you will have a life-changing experience. One of our teen Spanish language immersion participants from the Santander program said, “Studying abroad with SPI in Santander was a once in a lifetime experience! You won’t know how much you loved it, how much you learned, and how much you’re really going to miss it until you return home!” While another past participant fromt he Costa program said, “Costa Rica is one of the most beautiful countries I have ever visited! When I stepped out of my homestay, I felt as if I was stepping into a National Geographic magazine!”