Welcome to Rassias Language Programs
"Our 29th Year"
Rassias Programs features 3 exciting opportunities to study and travel abroad for high school age students - one each in France, Spain, and China and one program in Spain for middle school students. We also construct several custom programs (from a semester to a year in summer and throughout the school year) as we have the contacts and flexibility. Applicants to the French and Spanish programs must have completed a minimum of two years of the target language. In China, we do accept beginners and more advanced students. All programs teach from two to four levels.
We are renowned for our personal touch, skillfully crafted programs, dynamic teaching methods, close personal ties to our host regions, and above all our highly qualified and knowledgeable staff. Read the staff bios and learn how staff is attracted to the Rassias name and how we run programs. Our time proven mix of these ingredients gives Rassias summer program participants a one-of-a-kind experience! Our wonderful programs are based on the Rassias Method, invented by Professor John Rassias of Dartmouth College.
We accept applications at any time and review them monthly starting in December. In this economy, it's always worth applying even if it is late Spring. Click on the "apply now" or passport button above and to your left to download an application and be sure to call us if you have any questions at all.
Special Note: New for summer 2014: Middle School Language Immersion in Gijón, Spain, June 30 to July16. Summer camp along the coast with Spanish kids plus Rassias Language instruction and brief home stay experience. Call or email us for details, 1.603.643.3007 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Rassias Summer Language Programs
PO Box 5456
Hanover, NH 03755
Dear Mr. Miles,
I have been home for (I believe) exactly 2 months now, yet I still relish upon my experiences in Spain every single day. For that matter, I still talk to many of my friends daily.
I thought I would just share with you my experience on the Spain trip this summer. The night before I left for JFK, I was extremely nervous. Everyone in my family was sitting in my room as I packed, which made me already homesick, although I was still in my own house (if that makes sense). Before this trip, I had never traveled anywhere by myself except to once to visit my friend, but only for a...