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Bridge Academy

Psalm 32:8

Spanish I

Teacher: Andres Flores (soygallo25@gmail.com)


Course description:  Designed for a first year high school or for students who have very little knowledge of the Spanish language, typically beginning in 8th or 9th grade. Students will learn basic conversation, reading, grammar, writing, and also learn about Spanish cultures. The vast majority of reading, writing and tests/quizzes will be competed at home, leaving class time to be used to practice conversation and review topics presented in their text books. Projects and presentations will be sure to help your students help apply what they are learning in this class. Students will work toward the majority of conversation in class to be done in Spanish.  


Required text: BJU Spanish 1 student text, test booklet and Activity Manual (any edition)


Copy/supply fee: $20


Tuition: $480 ($48 per month for 10 months) 


updated 8/18/18

Andres Flores
BA Foreign Language/concentration in Spanish, Cum Laude (VCU)

Andres taught Spanish I, Spanish II and Spanish III for the past three years at Matoaca and Richmond high schools and taught basic math classes at Sacred Heart Center. As a member of the Sportbacker Marathon Training Team, he helps train individuals to complete the Richmond Marathon. Andres and his wife Jenny have been married nearly 14 years and were excessively excited to adopted their daughter, who is now two. Shortly after they welcomed their daughter into their home, they were presented with the opportunity to welcome her soon-to-be born brother into their family, which they eagerly accepted. Before Andres and Jenny were parents, they spent a great deal of their summers in Honduras, Andres' birthplace. While in Honduras, Andres volunteered as a youth director and music teacher. In Andres' younger years, he and his dad served as missionaries to the "mountain people" of Honduras as these areas were difficult for outside missionaries to reach. Andres loves teaching and is excited to share his native language with the students and families of Bridge Academy.