Casa Xelaju Launches Exciting Programs

Casa Xelaju Launches Exciting Programs

Casa Xelaju, is oferring Spanish a language program  For Retirees In Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.

Being retired can be freeing and liberating; no two ways about it. Retirees want to make the most out of their retirement years and live their lives to the fullest. At the same time, many want to do things they might not have had a chance to when they had professional responsibilities. For those who aspired to learn Spanish, now there is a smart option of enrolling for a  program in a beautiful city in Guatemala and having the experience of a lifetime.

Casa Xelaju has been offering its unique and personalized Spanish learning programs in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala for three decades. These programs are a fun way of learning the language while exploring the stunning country as well. As a part of the program, participants can choose to stay with a local family. The home-stay offers students a chance to practice their Spanish with their host families. Students can also choose to rent their own apartments during the course of the program.

Study Spanish For Retirees in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala option offered by the school is unique because students get a daily dose of social and cultural activities. From making tortillas to being part of a traditional Mayan ceremony; there are many opportunities for learners. Thus students can not only learn the language but immerse themselves in the culture of the country, which has so much to offer.

Casa Xelaju classes are taught by experienced teachers with great responsibility. Since one teacher is assigned to every student, retirees do not have to compete with others to get their questions answered.

The program is geared towards enhancing conversational skills rather than textbook learning. Casa Xelaju offers regular and accelerated Spanish programs to accommodate students’ present language skills.

About Casa Xelaju

Established in 1987, CX has offered a personalized language learning experience to over 12,000 students in the city of Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.

Media Contacts

Julio E. Batres

URL: http://www.casaxelaju.com/spanish-retirees-quetzaltenango-guatemala/

Phone: (612) 353-1809

Address: Casa Xelaju, Callejón 15, Diagonal 13-02, Zona 1, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, 9001

 
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