Spain, the land of art, food, and hospitable people. There is almost no better destination for your high school stay abroad. Join more than 500 million Spanish speakers and experience an educational trip like no other! Discover the Mediterranean passion with Sprachcaffe and make unforgettable memories and life-long friendships.
Public school: 14 - 18 year olds
Private school: 15 - 18 year olds
3 months, school semester, or school year
Public school without choice of location & school
Seville, Madrid, Valencia, Malaga, Cadiz, Alicante, Granada
Spain is a perfect mix of natural landscapes. Between mountain ranges such as the the Pyrenees and the Iberian Rim Mountains, a dreamy coast line, crystal-clear sea, and a varied flora, Spain is a country that simply has it all. Spain's fauna is almost unmatched in Europe, with many species that have been eradicated in the rest of Western Europe or only found in Africa and the Near East. Among these are bears, lynxes, giant lizards, wolves, ibex, mongoose, and chamois. Spain is also known world-wide for its traditional festivals, such as "Corrida de toros" or "La Tomatina". Spanish people, like most Mediterraneans, are known for their warmth, hospitality, and attachment to culture. A high school stay in the Iberic Peninsula is the perfect choice for students who want to spend time in a lively, colorful, and culture rich destination.
The Spanish school system is divided into three trimesters. Each trimester is approximately 3 months long. Between the trimesters are the Christmas, Easter, or summer vacations. Choose between:
Three months, stay in:
- January - April or
- September - November
One semester, stay in:
- January - June or
- September - January
One school year stay in:
- August - June
You will stay with a previously screened and approved host family. The student's needs and interests will be met as much as possible with those of the host family.
There is no official requirement to wear uniforms in public schools.
School runs from approximately 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., one hour of which is lunch.
Yes, students are supervised on site and can call the supervisor by phone for questions or in case of emergencies.
Family visits are possible only at the end of the program.
Students are not allowed to work during their high school stay.
Public transportation is available and reliable.
Due to insurance reasons, students are not allowed to sign up for driving courses. It is also not allowed to drive motorized vehicles.
The standard vaccinations common in Europe (tetanus, measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis A and B, diphtheria, pertussis, polio) are recommended.
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