Spanish Summer Course for Teenagers in Cadiz
At CLIC International House, our Spanish Summer course for Teenagers in Cadiz is understandably very popular. The classes are specially designed for 13 to 17 year olds with fun and relevant activities to help them make the most of their time. The seaside location of this beautiful and safe city is fantastic for this age group to get out and explore with our tailored cultural and leisure programme.
There are two great options in terms of accommodation – a fully verified host family situated close to the school, or the CLIC Cadiz Summer Residence in the heart of the historic city. Whichever you choose, our professional team will maintain close contact with your teenager at all times to ensure that they explore, enjoy, make friends, and learn Spanish! At CLIC International House Cadiz, our classes are made to measure. The materials and themes are bespoke to your teen’s needs; interesting, relevant, and delivered by highly-qualified native speaking teachers with years of experience.
The facilities are second to none, with limited class size and the latest technology all being put to use to make classes interactive and memorable. We also have a cultural and leisure programme with after-class activities, cultural visits, weekend day trips, and team building games. All that and the beaches nearby! What more could anyone ask for?
Cadiz is the perfect place for your Spanish Summer Course for Teenagers if you are looking for an authentic city which mixes sun, sea, and studies. Teenagers can take advantage of the history of this city, one of the oldest in Europe, but with the added bonus of being next to some of the most beautiful beaches in Spain, with opportunities to do water sports or simply relax after class (our summer course even includes one surfing lesson!).
Our courses are focused on helping your teen reach their potential in the Spanish language at the same time as making sure they have plenty of space to get out and make friends and have fun in our language. That way we make sure they obtain their objectives and have a great time.
How many hours of class are there?
Our teens receive 20 lessons per week and each class is 50 mins long.
How big are the classes?
Classes have between 6 and 12 students, which means our native teachers are able to really get to grips with the needs of your teenager.
When do classes take place?
Classes take place in the morning from 9:15 to 13:00. They take place early in the day so our teenagers have plenty of time in the afternoons and evenings to take part in the activities organised by our Cultural Programme.
What are the accommodation options in Cadiz?
In Cadiz, the Spanish Summer Course for Teenagers students can choose from two options: Home Stay or CLIC Cadiz Summer Residence. If you go for the Home Stay option, your teen will be living with a carefully selected host family, within 20 minutes walking distance from the school. Prices include full board, bed linen and towels. Younger learners share a double room with a fellow student from another country. This is a great way to take part in real Spanish family life and for long lasting friendships! Then there is the CLIC Cadiz Summer Residence. This is situated in the heart of the historic city centre. It’s close to the cathedral, only 10 minutes from Santa Maria del Mar beach and near the bus and train station. The building combines the traditional – a beautiful typical Andalusian patio – with the modern – an ample study centre, well-appointed kitchen-dining room and a great space for your teens to chill out and relax while practising Spanish with their peers. Here, the double rooms include an en-suite bathroom, air-conditioning, and an internet connection.
How do we determine the Spanish level of your teen?
Before classes start, we’ll need to make sure your teenager is at the right level. To do this, we send a link to an online Spanish test before the course starts. This can be completed from home. Then, when they arrive here in Cadiz, they’ll have a friendly interview with one of our Spanish teachers to assess not only their Spanish level but also their objectives for studying with us and their interests. All this helps us make a course that really matches their expectations and yours!
The price for one week includes 20 classes, study materials, a full leisure programme, daily activities (sports, days out, cultural visits and so on), one full day excursion, one half day excursion, one surf lesson, and medical insurance. The full cost varies depending on whether you opt for Home Stay (accommodation with a host family within walking distance of the school, full board in a double room with a private bathroom, bed linen and towels) or the CLIC Cadiz summer residence (located in the heart of the city with a study centre, patio, kitchen-dining room, chill out space, and en-suite double rooms with air conditioning and internet.)
|Last day: 13/08/2021|
|Last day: 13/08/2021|
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- 20 lessons per week (50 mins each)
- Class schedule: 9.15-13.00
- 6 to 12 students per class
- All levels available (A1 to C1) Elementary to Advanced
- Ages 13 to 17
- Minimum stay 1 week
- Course material and textbook
- Full leisure program
- Daily activities (Sport, culture, etc)
- One half-day and one full-day excursion per week
- Accident and health insurance
- Accommodation homestay: twin or triple room full board with SPanish host family at max. 20 min. walking distance.
- Acommodation Residence hall: individual and twin rooms with private bathroom, full board.
- Arrival on Sunday and departure on SUnday.
- The price includes extra night and Saturday excursion.
What our students say
I enjoyed my two weeks in Cadiz at CLIC. I learned a lot, not only about the language, but also about the culture, traditions and the Spanish routine as I stayed with a host family. The staff and teachers were very friendly and helpful and I made some great new friends. Muchas gracias!
Jesus was excellent, his excursions were informative, very interesting and we had such a lot of fun. I would perhaps do another course because of how much I enjoyed this part of the curriculum. Now I can go to Cadiz with my family and show them everything I learned and discovered whilst doing the course at CLIC. Well done to the team!