Santo Domingo, March 2023 – Faithful to its tradition of remaining at the forefront in offering high quality educational services, and reaffirming its position in the English language teaching market for 76 years, the Instituto Cultural Domínico Americano opened its eleventh campus, which joins nine other locations distributed nationwide and its virtual program.
From this new location, the institution will offer through its Language School, the opportunity to the inhabitants of this area of the National District and West Santo Domingo, to learn the English language in its programs for children, youth and adults in different modalities and schedules.
The ceremony was led by Mr. Dario Lama, President of the Board of Directors of ICDA and Mr. Ramon Sosa, Executive Director and was attended by members of this educational and cultural community, such as parents, students, teachers and administrative staff, as well as authorities of the Jaime Molina Mota School.
The blessing of the new office was performed by Reverend Father Juan Tomás García of St. Geronimo Parish, next to the campus.
Since 1947, the Instituto Cultural Domínico Americano has stimulated education and culture through a broad program of cultural relations and teaching at various levels of education. Its connection with Dominican society is the foundation of its actions in the fields of education and culture, consolidating itself as an institution recognized for the quality of its academic programs.
The other campuses of the Instituto Cultural Domínico Americano are located in the National District at its main headquarters on Abraham Lincoln Avenue and at the Calasanz School. It also has three locations in Santo Domingo East and campuses in San Pedro de Macorís, La Romana, Higüey and San Francisco de Macorís.
About the Instituto Cultural Domínico Americano (ICDA)
The Instituto Cultural Domínico Americano is a non-profit, bi-national educational and cultural institution that trains citizens with the communicative skills in English and Spanish, and those required to enter the national and international markets.
Its Language School serves as a vehicle for teaching the language and culture of the United States and the Dominican Republic. Its mission is to provide a dynamic and instructive learning environment, respecting individual needs and diversity, in line with current research trends in foreign language teaching methodology.