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Safe Towns in Mexico with Inexpensive Private Schools

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expatDad
6/24/2020 14:56 EST

Greetings. We would like to move to Latin America, possibly Mexico, so our children can learn Spanish. We have six children that range in age from 12 to 2. Our main criteria are:
1. Very safe
2. Inexpensive private schools (less than $400 per month per child)

We will also take other things into account, such as the climate, but that is secondary.
3. Climate

My wife and I speak Spanish and we are not concerned about touristy things or night life or having access to an English-speaking community. Nor are we concerned with living in a large city (though internet access will be important since I work remotely). When I have searched online for safe places to live in Latin America, it seems like the bloggers are focused on a lot of those things mentioned above that we do not care about.

I would love to hear your recommendations for cities or towns that meet our criteria.

Thank you!

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Retiree2
6/24/2020 22:08 EST

San Luis Potosí has private schools in excess with prices from very low per month to very high per month. It is know for private schools, private universities, and private medical facilities with good specialists and lab facilities. Weather here is outstanding.

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GTGJimmy
6/25/2020 10:10 EST

I don't have any information regarding private schools, but I would agree with the post regarding San Luis Potosi and the weather. I travel here (in normal times) around 1-2 weeks per month for work. The area is safe, beautiful weather, many excellent restaurants, and driving distance to many nice attractions.

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barquentine
6/25/2020 11:46 EST

"less than $400 per month per child"
- Even in Monterrey, which is an expensive city, that is doable.

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