Guest post from Homeschool Spanish Academy (HSA).
Are you searching for an excellent homeschool Spanish curriculum?
With a quality homeschool Spanish curriculum, students acquire Spanish naturally by doing developmentally appropriate activities in an immersive environment that provides lots of opportunities to speak, read, and write Spanish. Learning Spanish in a homeschool setting benefits your child academically, cognitively, and socially.
If your goal is for your children to become proficient or fluent in Spanish, you’ll need to find a comprehensive curriculum with authentic language learning practice to create an immersive experience for your kids.
Spanish is not only the official language of about two dozen countries but also one spoken by more than 500 million people worldwide.
Learning the language opens up the possibility of studying or working in Spain or Latin America, as well as traveling in Spanish-speaking countries with knowledge of the language.
Learning Spanish is relatively easy for English speakers, due to the overlap between Spanish and English vocabulary that results from their common Latin roots.
What’s more, most people in Spanish-speaking countries are Catholic. In their Spanish classes, your child will have the unique opportunity to learn about Catholic holidays and traditions such as Semana Santa (Holy Week) in Spain and Latin America.
Homeschool Spanish Academy (HSA) offers live classes with certified Spanish teachers for all ages—preschool, elementary, middle school, and high school students. (Classes for adults are also available!) Instead of teaching grammar and vocabulary exclusively, HSA uses a unique immersive Spanish method that helps students become fluent in the language.
HSA provides personal classes scheduled at your convenience that employ a dynamic curriculum to provide your child with a comprehensive and engaging learning experience. Rather than prioritizing grammar memorization, HSA’s balanced approach to Spanish language learning focuses on five key concepts:
All HSA teachers are native Spanish speakers from Guatemala, and they make conversation a priority in every class.
For students who read and write, the HSA curricula combine auditory comprehension through speaking with the teacher with written practice. The end result is that you develop skills in all areas of language learning—reading, writing, listening and speaking.
What’s more, HSA’s program enables you to make your own schedule, choose your instructor, and reschedule or cancel a session if needed. Students can choose their session frequency, although HSA recommends taking at least 2 classes per week.
In addition, we share many free and low-cost ways to reinforce language learning, as well as practical tips and resources for teaching Spanish to children that complement our homeschool Spanish curriculum. Check out our blog, Facebook page, and YouTube channel.
If you have two similarly-aged children who want to learn Spanish, they can take HSA classes together from the same computer or device—saving you time, energy, and money! This economical option is perfect for siblings or friends.
Discover Homeschool Spanish Academy’s Language Programs
HSA offers tailored, 1-on-1 classes for different age groups. Learn about our specialized language programs for preschool, elementary, middle, and high school!
Preschool Spanish Program
Suggested for 5 and 6 years olds, the HSA preschool program aims to build the foundation for learning Spanish, focusing on pronunciation and conversational phrases.
Elementary Spanish Program
Designed for kids from 6 to 10, this program builds confidence to engage in conversation with native speakers. With fun and interactive 25-minute classes, students stay engaged and make the most of the content.
Middle School Spanish Program
The 50-minute sessions in this program are perfect for 10 to 13 years olds. They’ll expand their vocabulary, learn verb conjugations, and practice what they know in conversations.
Starting Spanish studies early could enable you to be exempt from some or all of your foreign language credit requirements in college. Also, college admissions officers appreciate the effort of students who have been devoted to learning a second language for several years.
High School Spanish Program
The High School Spanish Program at HSA is one of the best online Spanish class options available to earn credit on your high school transcript. Designed to exceed the expectations of any US public high school curriculum, it complies with grammar requirements while also developing strong conversational skills.
Learn more about what to expect from a year’s worth of studies at HSA.
Testimonials on HSA’s Homeschool Spanish Curriculum
Thousands of parents and students have invested in a bright, bilingual future by taking classes with us at Homeschool Spanish Academy. Let’s take a glance at what they’re saying about our programs.
“I’ve already recommended HSA to several friends. I explain that it’s the best online Spanish-immersion program we’ve tried, and we’ve tried several.” – Monique
“I like that it’s one on one and really focuses on what my daughter needs to work on. Really excellent, high quality, great tutors, and wonderful customer service.” – Melanie
“I love that the instructors try to get to know my kids and what their interests are and try to incorporate that into speaking with them. It gets my kids super excited to “meet” online with them.” – Kimberley
Read more testimonials from our previous and current students!
Try a Free Trial Class
As a parent, you have a lot of choices for online classes, but most of them do not offer live, in-person Spanish tutoring. Instead, they tend to rely on automated lessons your child can click through.
In contrast, HSA’s unique curriculum and teaching style are tailored to the needs of students of all ages and levels. When students have a certified Spanish teacher to interact with during classes and tutoring sessions, the learning dynamic changes.
Book a free trial class for your child to see for yourself if we’re the right fit for you and your family! It’s an extraordinary way to integrate Spanish into your Catholic homeschooling routine, especially if you don’t speak the language yourself.