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Mexico - Junior (<18 years)
2 language schools in Mexico offering Junior (<18 years) courses, ranging from
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for a 2 week Spanish course including accommodation.

Spanish courses for teens and kids from 6 to 18 years in the summer and other school holidays in 2017. Language travel programs combine learning with fun activities in Mexico.

Overall rating of listed schools in Mexico:
4.5/5.0 (42 reviews)

Puerto Vallarta

School Size:
Lessons per week: 15
Max. students per class: 8
Required language level: Beginner (A1) - No previous knowledge required
Starting dates: Every Monday
Minimum age of students: 6 years
Average number of levels (Junior courses): 1 (in summer) - 1 (throughout the year)
Average number of students: 5 (in summer) - 1 (throughout the year)
School Size:
Lessons per week: 25
Max. students per class: 7
Required language level: Beginner (A1) - No previous knowledge required
Starting dates: Every Monday
Minimum age of students: 6 years
Average number of levels (Junior courses): 1 (in summer) - 1 (throughout the year)
Average number of students: 5 (in summer) - 1 (throughout the year)
School Size:
Lessons per week: 25
Max. students per class: 8
Required language level: Beginner (A1) - No previous knowledge required
Starting dates: Every Monday
Minimum age of students: 6 years
Average number of levels (Junior courses): 1 (in summer) - 1 (throughout the year)
Average number of students: 5 (in summer) - 1 (throughout the year)

Queretaro

School Size:
Lessons per week: 25
Max. students per class: 8
Required language level: Beginner (A1) - No previous knowledge required
Starting dates: 19.Jun.2017, 26.Jun.2017, 03.Jul.2017, 10.Jul.2017, 17.Jul.2017, 24.Jul.2017, 31.Jul.2017, 07.Aug.2017, 14.Aug.2017, 21.Aug.2017
Minimum age of students: 5 years

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