I was reasonably happy with my study at the school. I especially liked the extracurricular activities which included a great pot-luck lunch put on by students, and a fantastic hike in the nearby mountains. Having two teachers with a twenty minute break in the morning was a very good idea as well. One of the teachers was fantastic, but the other one was not very attentive to the needs of the students and kept maximizing his talk time while we couldn't practice our Spanish. Other students who had been at the school much longer than me were very upset with this situation, so I think the school needs to be more careful about evaluating their teaching staff. The school location is fairly central and the school is cute with just the right number of students to make it feel cozy and friendly. During winter there were no advanced level classes, so if you are a high level student you might be put in a lower level class due to the smaller range of options in a school of this size. Like others have commented, it would be good if the school had a library of materials for students to study with in their own time. They have a few materials but you have to ask for them as they are kept under lock and key. I loved the homestay they provided in a very luxurious place just fifteen minutes walk from the school.
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