• New Year's Day and New Year's Eve.
• Memorial Day.
• Independence Day.
• Labor Day.
• Thanksgiving and the day after.
• Christmas Eve and Christmas.
In our website you can find the class content for all our classes. Our group classes are structured per level. We have two main sections: Our Introductory Courses & our Thematic Courses. Our Introductory courses are for students who are getting familiar with the main concepts of the language and the culture behind it. KDF’s Introductory Courses are divided into three main levels: Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced. Each of this levels has five sub-levels from 1 to 5. Fifteen levels total. After Intermediate Level students are required to use more Spanish in class. Our advanced level is completely taught in Spanish and students are expected to speak Spanish in class. After finishing our Introductory Courses, students can take our Thematic Courses. Our Thematic Courses are for more advanced students who feel more comfortable with the language and the culture. Students must have taken before our Introductory Courses or its equivalent in other schools. Students are required to speak Spanish in Class. Our Thematic courses also cover grammar and other language concepts besides a specific topic that is discussed throughout the entire program. Students will be asked to write very short essays and/or paragraphs for the class.
• If two students, same fee BUT meeting 5 sessions of 1.5 hour.
• If one student, same fee BUT meeting 5 sessions of 1 hour.
KinDerF & KiDeeF: Minimum 4 students per group class to have the full 5 or 6 hours program
• If three students, same fee BUT meeting 4 sessions of 1 hour.
• If two students or less, same fee BUT meeting 4 sessions of 45 min.
If any group class does not meet the minimum group class size required, a 5% processing fee will be deducted if the student asks for a refund. A 10% processing fee would be applied to private and semi-private lessons.