About us

Our old APC Spanish School Building

Our old APC Spanish School Building

Who are we?

APC Spanish School is a Spanish language school for foreigners from all over the world.  It was established in Granada, Nicaragua, on 1994 as a project of the organization ‘The Association of Cultural Promoters’ (APC).

We are located in the Palace of Culture, “Joaquín Pasos Argüello” in Granada, on the west side of the city’s Central Park.  The Palace is a heritage site of neoclassical design with wide corridors and spacious meeting rooms – well designed to provide a cool, comfortable respite for learning.

The school boasts a team of teachers educated and trained in all facets of Spanish grammar, direct and dynamic teaching methods and in effective student/teacher interactions.

We are a school that teaches Spanish to foreigners from all around the world.  The school also introduces students to the Nicaraguan people, environment and culture to promote intercultural exchange.

To teach Spanish to foreign students and introduce the culture and traditions of the Nicaraguan people.

General Objective
To develop a Spanish language program for people from other countries to contribute to a cultural exchange.

Specific Objectives
1. To generate income for Nicaraguan teachers and for families who provide home stays.

2. To promote cultural and artistic activities through visits to sites of interest within Granada and the surrounding region.