Spanish Schools Spanish Schools in Xela Nearly 50 affordable, authentic, quality Spanish schools offer a variety of language courses and cultural experiences. With a reputation for affordable, authentic, quality schools, Quetzaltenango is home to nearly 50 Spanish language schools offering a variety of programs that can include community service and volunteering, homestays, on-site housing, online classes, group activities, and travel options. Quetzaltenango offers many great schools and it’s a matter of finding the one that matches your interests, goals, and budget. Additional schools in Xela are spread mainly throughout Zona 1 and Zona 3: Casa Sosa Spanish School Casa Xelaju Spanish School CBA Spanish School Educacion Para Todos El Mundo En Espanol Spanish School El Nahual Community Center El Sexto Estado Spanish School Guatemalensis Spanish School ICA Spanish School Kie-Balam Spanish School La Democracia Spanish School La Paz Spanish School Miguel Angel Asturias Spanish School Miguel Cervantes Spanish School Proyecto Linguistico Quetzalteco Sakribal Spanish School El Portal Spanish School Minerva Spanish School Pop Wuj Ulew Tinimit Spanish School Each school has its own offering of activities and lodging, so you’ll need to shop around to find a school that matches your language learning goals, your desired social and cultural atmosphere, and what interests you for activities and immersion around Quetzaltenango. Common activities offered by many Spanish schools can include: Mayan weaving demonstrations Cooking classes Dance classes (salsa, bachata, merengue) Soccer/Futbol matches Movies/Documentaries Discussions/Lectures Chocolate tours Visits and tours are often arranged through the school with other students and most commonly go to: Chichicastenango market El Baul Fuentes Giorginas Laguna de Chicabal Almolonga Pools San Andres Xecul (that colorful yellow church) Lake Atitlan Excursions to local ruins Hikes to nearby volcanoes such as Santa Maria, Tajamulco Courses are offered in Xela and many schools offer online courses so students may continue learning when they return home. Buena suerte!