Montreal private schools with Spanish

Find Montreal schools offering Spanish listed below.

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There are great schools with Spanish programs in Montreal, Quebec. This includes schools with Spanish in downtown Montreal, Old Montreal, Mount Royal, Outremont, Westmount, Anjou, Rigaud, St. Laurent, Pointe-Claire, Hampstead, Lasalle, GriffinTown, West Island, Côte-Saint-Paul, Verdun, South Shore, Nuns Island, and Ville Marie. It also includes schools in LavalLongueuilKirkland, and Dollard-des-Ormeaux.

Spanish programs in Montreal offer a broad and more general cultural focus. Almost all Spanish programs provide instruction, training and support in an innovative and effective way with books and learning materials. Spanish is mostly taught in 3 levels - Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced.

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