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Spanish Program

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Spanish Program

Spanish has become a very popular choice for Chinese Canadian children to learn as a second language. Our Spanish Program contains four levels.


Spanish is the second most widely spoken language in the world, second only to Chinese, and one of the six official languages of the United Nations. Learning Spanish not only allows children to master one more language and learn more about a culture, but it also broadens their future employment opportunities. 

Beginner Spanish

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Beginner Spanish


The Beginner Spanish course is for students who have no experience in Spanish learning, and it will provide students speaking Spanish with a solid foundation and confidence.

Topics that will cover in the course include:  Introducing ourselves and others, describing family life, and sharing hobbies. This will be achieved through oral, listening, reading and writing tasks, which provide students with ample opportunities to develop their Spanish communication skills.

Intermediate Spanish


Intermediate Spanish


The Intermediate Spanish course requires students to have a basic foundation of Spanish, and it will improve students' thematic vocabulary and grammar concepts. 


Topics will be covered include daily life, health, fitness and travel. Grammar concepts will not only be learned in the form of grammar topics, but also integrated into all Spanish learning, listening, speaking, reading and writing in the application of grammar knowledge, consolidating the knowledge points. 

AP Spanish


AP Spanish

Designed for students taking the AP Spanish exam. This course will study various task models, such as promotional ads, articles, interviews, expository writing, etc.


This course will be taught through six topics in AP Spanish:


1. Family and community

2. Personal and public identities

3. The aesthetic

4. Science and technology

5. Contemporary life

6. Global challenges

IB Spanish


IB Spanish

The IB Spanish course will improve students' proficiency in Spanish: practice receptive, creative thinking and prepare them for IB writing and oral assessments.


Goals and Learning Outcomes for all courses: To inspire students beyond standard memorization onto the use of the language, there will be a lot of emphasis placed on review and mastery of the material learned throughout the course.

Students are expected to be fully prepared for class, committed to doing their best, practice as much as possible after class, complete all assignments, and have a positive attitude.

Our teachers

  • Master degrees of Education and Applied Spanish

  • 20 years of Teaching experience in 10 countries and regions including Germany (Düsseldorf), China (Beijing), Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)

  • Official DELE Spanish test examiner certified by Cervantes Institute

  • Professional Spanish teacher of Mexican (Morelia) origin

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