About Us

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Our purpose is to enable students to learn a language. All students are challenged to reach their maximum potential, by providing quality instruction to develop receptive, verbal and written language skills, leading them to have the ability to understand and communicate. Through this process, students should gain the skills, strategies, and desire necessary to explore and understand other cultures.

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To become a leader in teaching languages in South Orange County and North San Diego County. Offering high quality classes, we will earn our students confidence and will enable them to transform the way they look at the diverse, multicultural, and ever-changing world through continuous improvement driven by our integrity, excellence, innovation, and teamwork.



Lingo Train learning process is accomplished by using a variety of interesting research-based techniques. Our curriculum relies predominantly on The Multiple Intelligences Theory in which learners acquire new information in a variety of ways: musical, verbal, tactile, visual, and other means.

Other key language instruction is achieved using the James Asher’s Total Physical Response (TPR) method, based on the coordination of language and physical movement. In TPR, instructors give commands to students in the target language, and students respond with whole-body actions.

The Tracy Terrell’s Natural Approach to language and The Rassia’s Method are teaching procedures and dramatic techniques used in our classes, which seek to eliminate inhibitions and create an atmosphere of free expression the very first day of class.



Our teachers are experienced native speakers who are enthusiastic about teaching their language and are willing to share their culture. We have teachers from different Spanish speaking countries. Learning a new language will uncover a new world and that is exactly what we do: we introduce cultural aspects of the languages we teach.

Our staff satisfies the following requirements:

  • Native speakers with college degrees in different areas.
  • At least 12 Early Child Education Units.
  • Live scanned linked with social services.
  • TB test, Measles, Pertussis, and Flu vaccines.
  • CPR and First Aid Certificate.
  • Covered under our Companies Insurance.