Welcome to Don Quichotte Spanish classes !

A PARTNER SCHOOL OF THE CSDM.

Next session: October 16th

Schedule here

Don Quixote is a Spanish school in partnership with Montreal school board. It advocates a cultural approach to the teaching of the Spanish language where students, in addition to learning Spanish, will discover the traditions, the history and challenges of different countries of the Hispanic world.

The school offers Spanish courses for beginners, intermediates and those who want to deepen their knowledge of the Spanish language. Our method of learning is based on the conversation.

Whether  the courses  are for group, private, employees or simply for a linguistic stay, Don Quixote constitutes a reference of first choice for any person who wishes to reconcile the custom learning of the language and the discovery of the diversity of cultures in Latin American and the Spain.

Call us and we guarantee you:

  • A warm and efficient welcome;
  • A reliable and free preliminary evaluation;
  • Dynamic courses that are taught by motivated teachers who come from Latin America and Spain;
  • Activities of discoveries and of cultural rapprochement;
  • Linguistic twinning and free culture;

activities

Don Quixote Spanish language school proposes a series of discovery and rapprochement activities where the students will get closer to the Latin community in Montreal and the Latin American culture which is rich in history, folklore, cuisine, cinema, literature, music, plastic arts, etc.

Through thematic exhibitions, contests, French-student exchanges, debates; films, visits to restaurants and other places of interest, the students will get to experience a whole Latin socio-cultural environment.

 We hope to see you soon! 

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¿Hablas español? (Do you speak Spanish?) Not yet? It is never too late!!

Call us or come to our school to register. A delicious coffe will welcome you kindly.

See why learning Spanish has many advantages.

Not only is it the third language spoken in the world (after Mandarin and English), But above all many people who want to learn the language of Cervantes continues to grow. Approximately 500 million people speak Spanish worldwide. In addition to the popularity of this language across the planet, there are other benefits to taking Spanish courses.

Enjoy more of your trip. Approximately 55 million tourists visit Spain every year, not counting the millions of people who visit Latin America. If you are one of those, you will have more fun enjoying what you might discover culturally by speaking Spanish with local people.

Advantage for business. Spanish being one of the most important languages in the world of business, Language skills are part of the basic selection criteria for choosing a candidate when looking for a new job. The Spanish will be a considerable advantage to stand out from the competition.

Asset for retirement. If living your retirement in Spain or in a country of Latin America is part of your projects, your knowledge of Spanish will allow you to live your new life enjoying all the advantages by easily mastering the language.

Improve memory. Learn Spanish, by studying it, practicing it, speaking it, etc. will be a significant factor in improving your memory and mental acuity.

By taking Spanish courses, it is also the opportunity to meet different people, People of all ages and backgrounds, people who have the same aspiration as you, consequently, to be able to open up to this new language and by the same fact to the Hispanic culture. Our Spanish courses are diversified and it will be easy to find a course that suits you best.

MEET OUR TEAM

Serge Samson
Administrative assistant

Citizenship: Canadian

Mario Rodriguez
Teacher

Citizenship: Cuban

Miriam León
Teacher

Citizenship: Spanish

Sergio Herrera
Teacher

Citizenship: Cuban

Andreina chona
Teacher

Citizenship: Cuban

Carlos Lenci
Teacher

Citizenship: Peruvian

Daniela Cardoso
Teacher

Citizenship: Chilean

Indira González
Teacher

Citizenship: Venezuelan

Jorge Mario Raminez
Teacher

Citizenship: Colombian

Katherine Lapeira
Teacher

Citizenship: Colombian

Lourdes Valera
Teacher

Citizenship: Peruvian

Mariana Fernandez
Teacher

Citizenship: Mexican

Tamara Pina
Assistant Director

Citizenship: Cuban