Welcome to the Simon Bolivar
Spanish School - Ecuador
Simon Bolivar Spanish School is just the right place to learn Spanish in Ecuador.
The superb quality of its services and the professional and extensive experience of its teachers provide the right combination for a unique language learning program. Our mission is to promote the outstanding natural and cultural diversity of Ecuador to the international community through teaching Spanish.
While you will find dozens of different schools in the country, Simon Bolivar Spanish School is definitely the leader, being one of the oldest, largest and most successful Spanish schools in the region. Offering one-to-one and group Spanish lessons at four different regions in Ecuador, students learn the language while exploring the secrets of The Amazon Jungle, relaxing at a white-sand beach or while living in the colonial Andean cities of Quito and Cuenca.
Over the years, we have built up a team of talented and experienced teachers who offer the perfect Spanish learning experience that suits your individual needs. Our friendly staff will always do their best to answer all your questions and requirements promptly and efficiently.
In addition, both in Quito and Cuenca, the school offers varied fun extracurricular activities, such as tropical dancing, cooking or cocktail lessons, movies, soccer games, as well as lectures about the culture, history and idiomatic expressions of our country, and many others. With our On-line Spanish Lessons we apply the same excellent methods we use for our individual lessons, same professional teachers & our well established curriculum.
Out of town trips to other cities, towns and national parks are organized during the weekends.
It all adds up to a complete and personalized service that will exceed your expectations. Simon Bolivar Spanish School is highly recommended by our students and many independent organizations such as the South American Explorers Club.
We invite you to explore our webpage for more information about our programs, rates, pictures and comments from former students.