Baccalaureate (ages 16 to 18)

Spanish Education System

The Baccalaureate is the final stage of Secondary Education. It is voluntary and lasts for two academic years. Our goal is to ensure that our students leave adequately prepared to face the challenges of the modern world.

Our aim is to consolidate everything that was acquired in previous stages and offer a well-rounded education: to prepare our students for different types of work and requirements, and boost their skills, guiding them in this vital stage in their education.

We encourage a learning style that is adapted to present and future needs; we want students to research, learn and master new technologies, written expression, spoken presentation, team work, critical thinking and the importance of languages in an increasingly global environment.

On this basis and having regard to the importance of the University Entrance Exams, the school has three types of Baccalaureate: Sciences, Social Sciences and Arts, with a range of subjects adapted to provide students with all the knowledge and skills they need for their further education.

The teaching staff and Guidance Department work together to meet the needs of each individual student, helping them to make the most of their abilities and get the best possible results in the external exams. All of this helps to provide a solid basis for their future.