Spanish Immersion Preschool through Kindergarten and after school language program.
Our Mission: Welcome Amigos International School helps children develop a lifelong love for learning, and become fully bilingual.
Our Philosophy: We offer a Spanish immersion environment in which children feel welcomed, loved, and respected as they build appreciation and cultural awareness for each other. We strongly believe that each child is unique and possesses individual interests. Therefore, we encourage and inspire each one to fulfill his/her potential.
Ages 2 - 6.9 Welcome Amigos Spanish International School is a state-licensed and accredited preschool, Kindergarten and After School Program by the NAEYC.
Ages 3 1/2 - 12 Welcome Amigos After School Spanish classes offer students a fun and interactive way to learn Spanish in a relaxed, inviting setting.
Ages 3 1/2 - 12 Welcome Amigos offers a unique Spanish Immersion summer time experience for students ages 2 years old to 3rd grade with a series of weekly themes of inquiry while participating in enriching activities appropriate to their age.
We offer transportation from your child’s school to our Alameda de las Pulgas campus. We will be serving San Mateo, Burlingame, Hillsborough, Belmont and San Carlos schools on a first come-first serve basis upon availability.Read More
"We sent our daughter to Welcome Amigos for the past year and above all we have been impressed by their interest in our daughter's development".
"We have been so happy with Welcome Amigos! We transitioned our son there mid year after a not so great experience at another Spanish immersion preschool".
"My son loves this preschool. I researched many different immersion/preschools before we found this one. His teachers and the director are super caring and loving towards the kids which is great because my son is a lover. When he comes home, all he talks about is how much he loves his teachers"
"We decided to add more summer weeks, in addition to the two because he would always ask if he was going to school on any given day. At the end of his 1st summer week, he came home responding to me in Spanish words, and I knew he was off to a good start. My daughter is 18 months now, and no doubt I would have her attend his preschool program".