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When was Spanish Tutor DC founded?

Santiago Montero is the founder and director…more

What can I expect from a class?

From the very first Spanish class, students will use only Spanish…more

Will we really only speak Spanish in class, even if I am a complete beginner?

“I have no idea how he does it, but Juan Luis took a complete non-speaker of Spanish and got me both speaking and understanding…more

Where are classes held?

Open enrollment classes meet at our offices in Farragut North:
1750 K Street
12th floor
Washington DC 20036
Adjacent to Farragut North Metro Station (Metro Red Line); two blocks from the Farragut West Metro Station.

One-on-one classes meet at cozy cafés near your home or office.
We have many locations in the DC area. (see the box below)
One-on-one classes may also be held at our office in Farragut North.

Friends’ groups may meet at home, the tutor’s home or at a café.
(Two-person classes work well at a café; for three or four people, we recommend home or our office.)

Company classes meet at your company. Our tutors will come to your offices.

Classes for children are taught in your home.

How do you select your instructors?

Our experienced teachers are native speakers with at least a Bachelor’s Degree. Most have Master’s Degrees, and further ESL study. Our training makes them even better. They are good-humored, polite, and above all they love teaching Spanish.

How many levels of proficiency do you have?

The Program has 9 levels…more

Do you offer classes via Internet or telephone?

Spanish is best taught in person, but if attending class in person is not practical for you, we offer lessons via Internet or telephone…more

If I have to cancel a class, do I lose it?

To Cancel a Class…more

Is it possible to make up classes?

If you cannot attend your class one or more weeks, you can likely attend another class at a similar level instead…more

Will I be required to buy materials?

It will depend on your level. If you are an intermediate/advanced student, probably not – we will provide them. If you are a beginning student you should buy three inexpensive books.

How do I pay?

First, fill out the application form.
Then, we will send you a proposal.
The last step is paying for your class:

  • Over the phone with your credit or debit card (301 326 6083).
  • Sending a check by regular mail,
    payable to Spanish Tutor DC and mail it to:

Spanish Tutor DC, LLC
PO BOX 13382
Silver Spring, MD, 20911-3382

  • With a credit or debit card through PayPal.

Are your students satisfied?

Read our glowing testimonials

Some of our convenient locations...
Metro Center • Farragut North • Dupont Circle • Adams Morgan • Van Ness‑UDC • Tenleytown‑AU • Friendship Heights • Bethesda • Gallery Place‑Chinatown • Grosvenor • Rockville • Rosslyn • Silver Spring


Spanish Tutor and Spanish Lessons in Washington DC