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NRCSA Center: Spanish Language School
San Juan, Puerto Rico  


 

About The NRCSA Center

The local Spanish Language School is dedicated to providing opportunities for English speakers and speakers of other languages to immerse themselves in the Spanish speaking culture of Puerto Rico. Spanish Language School provides language instruction to help students identify and achieve their personal and professional goals. With a solid, functional, student-centered curriculum, innovative techniques, and a variety of other resources.

All teaching instructors are college graduates with second-language teaching experience and regularly participate in professional development training and workshops. Using a variety of creative teaching techniques, they will adapt classroom activities to cater to all learning styles and motivate students.

Spanish Language School is located in San Juan.

 

About San Juan

San Juan, the island's capital founded in 1521, is the oldest capital city under the United States' flag. It has three major fortresses, a charming collection of antique buildings, scores of museums, monuments and shops, as well as a modern business center. The Columbus Quincentennial of 1992 sparked a major refurbishing in the Old City, where one will find some of the finest examples of Spanish Colonial architecture in the New World.

The average year-round temperature fluctuates between 75 and 90 degrees. It can get cool in the mountains and during the evenings, but in the city the temperature is usually constant. Being a tropical island, Puerto Rico has sunny days and breezy nights, a wonderful combination. September, October, and November tend to be more rainy than other times of the year, but Caribbean weather is usually unpredictable.


 

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National Registration Center for Study Abroad
P.O. Box 1393    Milwaukee, WI   53201   USA
Tel: (414) 278-0631    Fax: (414) 271-8884    E-Mail: study@nrcsa.com