SPI Abroad: High School Spanish Immersion in Costa Rica

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The core elements of SPI’s high school study abroad programs in Costa Rica include a caring homestay experience, intensive Spanish language courses, volunteer community service, exciting elective activities, and meaningful travel excursions guided... read more

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The core elements of SPI’s high school study abroad programs in Costa Rica include a caring homestay experience, intensive Spanish language courses, volunteer community service, exciting elective activities, and meaningful travel excursions guided by our on-site team of directors. Our program’s unique elements focus on the practical acquisition of Spanish by putting students in real-world settings where they are best able to grow linguistically and culturally. The program is designed not only to immerse students in the language, but also to give them firsthand interactions with the local community through volunteer work. Keeping safety, authenticity, and livability in mind, SPI offers two different program locations for its high school study abroad programs in Costa Rica.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Volunteer
Intensive Language
High School
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
Instruction Language(s):
  • Spanish
Language Requirement(s):
  • Spanish
Year Founded:
1996
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SPI Study Abroad Scholarships

One deserving student will earn a full scholarship (including airfare) to participate in our Costa Rica program (exact program session will be determined in April.) The winner will be announced April 1!

$5000

Deadlines:
April 1st

Guidelines/Requirements:
Proof of financial need, personal essays, teacher and parent recommendations, current transcript, photo