Wellcome to The Center of Languages!

20 Years of Experience in teaching Spanish!

Spanish School Baja

The Center of Languages was founded in 1987 as The Center of Latin American Studies. The school was initially designed to teach Spanish as a second language and Mexican culture to foreign students dedicated to the teaching profession. Professors Sergio Dorado, Gabriel Bahena, Ricardo Adame, and Ernesto Ledezma were brought from Cuernavaca to train the Ensenada-based teachers in the latest teaching techniques. From this first group of trained teachers, Ms. Guillermina Fuentes emerged to eventually become the director of the school, a position she continues to hold. She graduated from UABC with a degree in biology and received her master’s degree from the Tecnologico de Tijuana.

Come study at the Center of Languages and experience our new location! We think our students will appreciate how conveniently close we are to both recreational and commercial sites, including a park, supermarket, gas station, and Internet cafes in addition to our home-stay families. We are only a few blocks away from the bus station and the tourist zone with its many shops and restaurants.

Our new location offers a cozy ambience, and while we’ve changed locations, the facility is the only change to the Center of Languages. We continue to offer small classes with individualized instruction using our own well-developed curriculum taught by experienced, qualified instructors. The Center of Languages functions at a higher academic level than most other schools. We are accredited by UCSD Extension. Because of our connections with universities and community colleges, our school is a good choice for California students and professionals who need to earn college credits or continuing education units for their salaries or credential renewal. Of course, our classes are open to anyone, regardless of whether or not you are seeking credits or continuing education

We chose to establish the school in Ensenada for its location; the city is about 70 miles south of Tijuana, and is a great place to get away and study Spanish. Ensenada is in the inlet Bahia de Todos Santos (Inlet of All Saints) and is surrounded by small mountain ranges. With a population of over 425,000 people, Ensenada is the third largest city in Baja California and its most important seaport and yet maintains a relaxed, small-town feel.

Baja Spanish School, Ensenada Mexico.