We offer a variety of classes here at Tribú. Find our current classes below! If you don't find a class or time that you are looking for, just contact us.
Play with Me!
Ages 0 - 2.5
Moms, Dads, Grandparents, Caregivers...
The earlier you immerse yourself in a second language, the greater level of proficiency you will ultimately achieve. Through movement, music and interactive play, babies and their caregivers can learn together in a nurturing, playful environment during our Play With Me sessions.
Once your child is able to attend class alone, our 2 year Play with Me class is a perfect option to get them ready for preschool. This class is a 2 hour class where they are immersed in a play based, language class. The teacher guides the class through games, art, and music all in the target language.
Ages 4 - 10
Elementary age children are active and eager participants when learning a new language.
Our homeschool and after school classes offer a small group learning environment that include practical conversation, high-impact learning games, targeted letter recognition and spelling activities, all supported with music and visual aids.
These classes meet one hour once a week.
Ages 14 - Adult
We are eager to support students of all ages as they learn language! Beside our scheduled classes, we also offer group and private lessons for high school students, families, groups, and corporations.
Small Group Lessons
High School AP
Ages 3 - 5
This age group are dynamic learners!
At Tribú, preschool students enjoy a culturally-rich Montessori based curriculum that touches on their auditory, visual, and kinetic styles of learning as they start their journeys as bilingual and bi literate learners.
The preschool age class is an innovative program where our students will have joyful and learning experiences that will prepare them for school and for life by building independence, decision making, creativity, problem solving and academic skills.
Ages 8 - 14
This level is a faster pace for our older learners. The classes are student centered. After modified input has been “taken in” and comprehension is achieved using games, challenges and dramatic play, students are then given the chance to use the language in communicative, task-based activities that require problem solving, creativity and cooperation. At Tribu we understand that language learning is a process that depends on first understanding the language, then having the opportunity to use the knowledge in a unique way. We strive to give students multiple opportunities to use the language in each class.