online & in Croatia
Školica is a language school dedicated to teaching the Croatian language. We’ve been teaching since 2009 and offer a variety of learning options for beginners and advanced learners.
For those that learn online we offer both group and individual learning options – we also organise language holidays in Croatia.
Which learning options do we offer?
Group courses online
We organise regular group courses at all levels, with new courses every 4 - 6 weeks. Lessons are well-prepared, fun and our teachers are great at what they do!
- 90 minutes per week over 12 weeks
- Archive of teaching materials & homework
- Great value ... participation costs 239€
Individual online learning
For students that value flexibility, we offer individual one-to-one lessons. Take a free trial to get to know your teacher and try out online learning.
- Flexible learning schedule & content
- Personal teacher & free trial
- One-to-one lessons from €25.00
Language Holidays in Croatia
We organise four language trips a year, in Zagreb, Šibenik and Pula. The course lasts 6 days, and strikes a balance between language learning and fun.
- 20 hours of group lessons
- Daily activities + two half-day excursions
- Participation costs 399€ for the week
Croatian for Kids Online
For our youngest learners, we offer online live lessons tailored to the needs of children - with games, music and lots of other kid-friendly activities.
- Individual lessons
- Age-appropriate, playful teaching style
- Experienced teachers
in our team
Our learning coordinator Anđela is here to help!
We’ll be happy to tell you more about our language school and the learning options we offer. Feel free to contact Anđela directly for a chat about any questions you might have!
About our language school
We are a team of 14 teachers, based in Zagreb and across Croatia. We love teaching Croatian and over the last 13 years we’ve taught well over "2500+ (lifetime)" and "300+ students (current) from all over the world, from absolute beginners to advanced level.
We communicate in English and German, and wherever possible aim to assign students with a teacher and/or group in their native (or preferred) language.
We teach in line with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and are constantly developing and evolving both our methodology and materials to keep things fresh and up to date.