Open a world of opportunities for your child with Spanish lessons for kids. The second most spoken language in the world, Spanish can connect kids and teens with rich cultural experiences, as well as career, education, and life opportunities as they grow and develop.

We offer four programs, based around the age of participants, and tailored to their developmental stages with age-appropriate lessons, activities and materials.

A boost for the brain

Research has found that children who learn a second language may be more creative, better at problem-solving, faster learners, and find it easier to connect with different cultures.

Children also find it much easier than adults to learn a second (or third) language because the language center of their brain is still in development.

Our Spanish for kids program includes:

  • Learning based on our proven Berlitz Method
  • Highly trained instructors specialized in working with kids and teens
  • Interaction and communication skills development
  • Age-appropriate activities and materials
  • Private classes

Learn Spanish for children and teenagers

Discover โ€“ Spanish lessons for kids aged four-seven years

Discover is an in-person language program. Through fun and engaging exercises and games, your child will discover the world through the Spanish language.

Explore โ€“ Spanish lessons for kids aged eight to 11 years

Explore is available online and in-person. Throughout the course, your child will explore the rich and vibrant Spanish language and culture, building a valuable skill while at the same time a genuine love of language.

Achieve โ€“ Spanish lessons for teens aged 12 โ€“ 15 years

Achieve is available online and in-person. This course will take your teens on a deeper dive into the Spanish language and will give them solid, useful, and real-world language skills.

Lead โ€“ Spanish lessons for teens aged 16+

Lead available online and in-person. Using the Spanish language, the program will develop your teenagersโ€™ leadership skills and cultural awareness, making them an attractive higher learning and job candidate.