Ratings and Comments for CSA
Student ratings for CSA
Evaluation from amiller:
The school building is new and beutiful. The courtyard garden is a constant reminder of Spring.
Evaluation from sanmartin:
Best school I ever studied spanish so far. Very high quality and the guatemaltecos are the friendliest people I know.
Evaluation from nmiesen:
I have attended CSA for twice, for a month each time and also have been taking classes over the internet with Skype for two years off and on. I have to say that this is one of the finest Spanish Schools in Guatemala. The teachers are wonderful! My teachers are all long time maestros with many years of experience. It is a serious school with a written curricula from beginner to advanced. As a former teacher, I appreciate their work to make their curriculum the best. They also pay the best salaries for their teachers and pay their families the best compared to other schools. They are expensive by Guatemalan standards, but a good value for the money. I have recommended them to other students, who have also attended the school. Thanks, Neal
Evaluation from jayhwk:
I have taken classes at CSA twice. The first time in 2011-12. I was just learning Spanish. I was not satisfied with my first school and transferred to CSA. I laid out what I wanted and CSA provided a teacher and curriculum to meet my needs. My Spanish advanced very quickly and I was very satisfied with the whole program. I returned to Antigua many years later and took a refresher course after attending a number of other schools and living in South America for 2 years. Again I was very satisfied with the curriculum and the teacher and it was a worthwhile investment. I would trust them to give professional service. Because I had my own connections in Guatemala I did not spend much time with other students or the extra curricular activities, nor did the school find me a family to live with on either occasion, so I cannot evaluate those services but this rating system does not allow me to enter a “Not Applicable.”
Evaluation from ckratzer33: