Cota Rica Spanish Language Schools
Costa Rica Spanish Language Schools has eight locations throughout Costa Rica. We offer one of Latin America’s best values and most comprehensive Spanish-language immersion programs. We offer a combined Spanish language, cultural immersion and edu-tourism program within one of Latin America’s friendliest, safest, and most interesting countries – Costa Rica! Whether you want to take a few classes at one location to take a few weeks over three or four of our locations, we are here to make your experience an easy one.
We will set up everything at your request, including classes at the location/s you request, homestays, airport transportation and activities you desire.
For those of you who just want to take classes to those of you who want the full cultural experience, we are here to help. Click on any of the locations that interest you to see specific information about that destination or click on the buttons to the left of the screen for more detailed information about the programs that we offer and about prices and other important information.
If you decide to do the full program, we will meet you at the airport, you might stay the first night in our small hotel in San Joseand get oriented (depending on what time you arrive and which location you are heading to, or if you arrive at the location on your own), confirm your plans, take care of payment (credit card or cash if not already paid through PayPal) and then you will be transported to your school early the first morning to start your immersion program that same day!
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About Costa Rica, Central America
Costa Rica, officially the Republic of Costa Rica (Spanish: rich coast), is a country in Central America, bordered by Nicaragua to the north, Panama to the east and south, thePacific Ocean to the west and south and the Caribbean Sea (or Atlantic Ocean) to the east.Costa Rica constitutionally abolished its army permanently in 1949. It is the only Latin American country included in the list of the world’s 22 older democracies. Costa Rica has consistently been among the top Latin American countries in the Human Development Index, ranked 62nd in the world in 2010, and is cited by the UNDP as one of the countries that has attained a much higher level of human development than other countries at the same income levels. The country is ranked 3rd in the world, and 1st among the Americas, in terms of the 2010 Environmental Performance Index.