Turning “Hellos” into “Holas” one student at a time.

Newport Beach, CA – July 10th, 2013 – Founded in 2012 in Orange County, California, OC Spanish is growing in response to roaring demand for learning Spanish. OC Spanish’s team of experienced Spanish instructors, tutors, and translators has just welcomed their 10th teacher. Moreover, the company is now expanding to Los Angeles and San Diego.

OC Spanish is effective because of its unique methodology: there is no set schedule of classes or level of instruction. Instead, the sessions are geared towards meeting the student’s expectations and working around their time constraints with round-the-clock availability and mobile teachers.

The reasons people seek out OC Spanish are several.

“There cannot be misunderstandings between my Spanish-speaking clients and I when performing dental operations”, says Dr. Atamas. “I’m sick of being lost in translation on my business trips in Latin America”, states Mrs. Baker.

Whatever the reason, these students are preparing for the future because Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world. In fact, by 2050, Hispanics are predicted to be around 30% of the American population.

The joke goes: “What do you call someone who can speak three languages? Trilingual. Someone who can speak two? Bilingual. A person who can only speak one? An American”. In turn, OC Spanish is working hard to reverse this monolingual trend.

With OC Spanish offering Spanish lessons, Spanish immersion, all-levels tutoring, and translation services, there’s never a dull day for the team.

What’s in store for OC Spanish? “The plans are to expand into other metropolitan areas of the United States-ojalá (hopefully)”, states general manager Salvador Ordorica.

Media@OCSpanish.com

4311 Jamboree Rd, Suite 188

Newport Beach, CA 92660

Ph: +1 (949) 793-7372

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Contact: Lorenzo Saavedra, media@ocspanish.com, (949) 793-7372

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