Spanish students sample the American way
DeKALB – As one can imagine, there are many differences between American schools and Spanish schools. But one difference that caught Cristina Merino by surprise was the facilities.
“It’s just amazing,” Merino said. “In Spain, when you want to learn how to play an instrument, you have to go to the music hall, which is in a different music institute, which is away from the school.”
DeKalb High School Spanish teacher Amanda McCabe Avilés said schools in Spain do not teach athletics and music in the same building as academics. Merino said some students drive about 30 miles from one building to the other.
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