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International College of Spain

Children from 3 to 18 years.                                                               

ICS is the only international school in Madrid which offers the International Baccalaureate Curriculum (IB) in English. It has 780 students from 60 different countries and achieves high academic results leading to placement in the top universities in the UK, USA and Spain amongst others.  The campus based in La Moraleja, north of Madrid, is attractive with separate buildings for Primary and Secondary sections. The school has libraries, science laboratories, IT labs, auditorium, art and design studios and music rooms. Sports facilities include a running track, an indoor gymnasium and basketball, football and tennis courts.

Class sizes are small and the international atmosphere and caring environment means that your kids will be very happy in this school. ICS has joint accreditation with the NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges) and CIS (Council of International Schools).

For more information or to get an appointment to visit the school, do not hesitate to contact the admissions department at the telephone number above or by email (admissions@icsmadrid.org)

 

 

 

The American School of Madrid

ASM is a private, independent, not-for-profit, co-educational day school for students from K1 through grade 12. The school enrolls approx. 875 students, with a “magical mix” composition of one third U.S. citizens, one third Spanish nationals and the remaining third representing 50 other nationalities. ASM offers a US college-preparatory curriculum, as well as the International Baccalaureate (IB) and Spanish Programa Oficial and it is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, the International Baccalaureate, and the Spanish Ministry of Education, offering one of the most comprehensive international academic programs in the Madrid area. Instruction is in English, Spanish is compulsory for all students and French/Mandarin are optional from grade 6. ASM’s ten-acre campus is home to five main buildings which house an Early Childhood and Lower School purpose-built facility, a Middle/Upper School building, a Center for the Arts, and the newly inaugurated Center for the Sciences and Athletics Complex. The school has a 600-seat auditorium, an exhibition gallery, a 300 m2 multipurpose room, a robotics lab, a library (containing over 32,000 reference components), six computer labs, one laptop per child from K3 to Grade 8, three portable laptop labs for Upper School, a cafeteria, a Da Vinci innovation & creativity room, two gymnasiums, two outdoor tennis and basketball courts, one outdoor volleyball court, a fitness center, an artificial tur soccer field, an all-weather athletic track, and a baseball diamond.

King’s College, Soto de Viñuelas

Founded in 1969, King’s College is the largest group of British schools in Spain, and the first to have had a full UK accreditation through the Independent Schools Inspectorate. 

King’s College Soto de Viñuelas, is the flagship school of the King’s Group and educates children between the ages of 2 and 18 years (Pre-Nursery to Year 13).  The school is a co-educational day and boarding school, following the English National Curriculum and students are prepared for IGCSE and GCE AS and A Levels.

The school is nestled in a residential area to the north of Madrid, approximately 25km from the city centre, near the Guadarrama mountains. Its spacious surroundings afford it a wealth of facilities and it is also well connected to the city by road and rail. The school also offer an optional comprehensive bus service connecting the school to Madrid and its outlying residential areas, and all routes are supervised by a bus monitor.

Although the school is a British school, all pupils learn Spanish and there is a Spanish section for pupils wishing to take the Spanish Baccalaureate from the age of 16. The school has over 3000 pupils in Spain representing more than 48 nationalities. 

The extensive and purpose-built facilities include 7 science laboratories, 3 computer centres with multimedia stations, 2 libraries, an art studio and 2 music rooms. Recent additions include an Early Years Learning Centre, an Auditorium with capacity for 350 people, and a Music School with 5 rooms for individual tuition.  Sports facilities include a 25 metre heated indoor swimming pool, gymnasium, fitness centre, 2 football pitches, floodlit multisports area, tennis courts, stables and a horse-riding school.  A brand new onsite residence, called “Tenbury House”, offer the capacity for 44 boarders of Secondary age, to be able to live in comfort whilst undergoing their studies. Pupils in the residence come from a far afield as Bután, in the South of Asia, all adding a true International flavour to the school alumni.

King’s College has high academic standards and excellent examination results and students go on to some of the world’s best universities, including Oxford, Cambridge and Yale, just to mention a few. An Oxbridge preparatory group works with the most able students to prepare university applications. There is also a very experienced Careers and University Entrance Advisory Department.

King's College: Member of HMC, COBIS, NABSS and BSA.

 

 

 

King’s College School, La Moraleja

Founded in 1969, King’s College is the largest group of British schools in Spain, and the first to have had a full UK accreditation through the Independent Schools Inspectorate. 

King’s College School is a new and purpose-built campus located in La Moraleja, one of the most highly regarded residential areas of Madrid, just 15 kilometres from the centre of the city.

The school originally opened its doors in September 2007 and now educates over 500 children from ages 3 to 14 years old (Nursery to Year 9).  The school is a co-educational day school, following the English National Curriculum, and ultimately prepares pupils to study for their IGCSE and GCE AS and A Levels, which are undertaken in Years 11, 12 and 13. (Ages 16-18)

 As the school is a preparatory school, at the age of fourteen, at the end of National Curriculum Year 9, pupils transfer to the main school site in Soto de Viñuelas to complete their final four years of study.

The modern on-site facilities include a library, ICT centre, Science laboratory, music room, multi-purpose sports surface and gymnasium.

King’s College has high academic standards and excellent examination results and students go on to some of the world’s best universities, including Oxford, Cambridge and Yale, just to mention a few.

King's College: Member of HMC, COBIS, NABSS and BSA.

 

 

 

King’s Infant School, Chamartin

Founded in 1969, King’s College is the largest group of British schools in Spain, and the first to have had a full UK accreditation through the Independent Schools Inspectorate. 

King’s Infant School educates children from 3 to 6 years.  Conveniently located in the Chamartín area of central Madrid, the school offers purpose-built facilities for boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 6 (Nursery to Year 2) and has a capacity of 200 pupils.

There are spacious, well-equipped classrooms, complete with independent bathrooms for the Nursery pupils, a library and computer room and a playground area with safety surfaces.
At the age of seven, at the end of National Curriculum Year 2, pupils from King’s Infant School automatically transfer to one of the Group’s sister-schools in Soto de Viñuelas or La Moraleja.

King’s College has high academic standards and excellent examination results and students go on to some of the world’s best universities, including Oxford, Cambridge and Yale, just to mention a few.

King's College: Member of HMC, COBIS, NABSS and BSA.

 

 

 

The English Montessori School

Children from 3 to 18 years.  Member of NABSS.  The school has around 700 students. The Montessori curriculum system is taught until 6 years old and then the school follows the British curriculum.

 

Runnymede College

Children from 3 to 18 years.  British school for English speaking students of all nationalities. English national curriculum and preparation for (I)GSCs and A levels.

 

St. George’s Madrid

Pupils at St. George’s follow courses based on the National Curriculum and recognised British examinations, in conjunction with obligatory elements of the Spanish curriculum. They receive a broad and balanced bicultural education which prepares them for further study in either system. 

 

Hasting Schools

Member of NABSS.  British day school which has 385 students per year, of which 50% are Spanish and 50% come from around 40 different countries. They follow a British curriculum and since 1992 also prepare their students for the I.B.

 

International Primary School

Children from 18 months to 10 years.  Member of NABSS.  The school welcomes children of all nationalities. They have around 250 students who are educated through a British curriculum validated with Spanish requirements.