International colleges and schools offer great education to all international residents and visitors on the Costa del Sol Spain. So, if you are becoming attached to the Costa del Sol and are thinking about spending more time in the area with your children, here are some contacts to help you on your way……..
Almuñécar International School (AIS)
AIS is an English medium, independent school for children aged 3 to 19 years old. Founded in 1989, and owned by a consortium of parents on a ‘not for profit’ basis, we were established to serve Spanish and expatriate families looking for an affordable British style education for their children. AIS is situated in Almuñécar on the Costa Tropical
Tel: +(34) 958 635 911
Aloha College offers a British-style education for the international community, at the same time offering education in Spanish language and culture, enabling students to gain qualifications from both the British and Spanish examination systems.
Tel: +(34) 952 814 133
English International College
The English International College in Marbella, Spain, is a school that offers The English National Curriculum in an international context to more than 500 boys and girls of many nationalities aged three to eighteen years.
Tel: +(34) 952 831 058
Marbella St Anthony’s College, Fuengirola, Malaga
St. Anthony’s College, a co-educational British school, was founded in 1968, the oldest British school on the coast! We offer the British National Curriculum, as well as Spanish ESO and Bachillerato to students aged three to eighteen, from a variety of nationalities and cultures.
Tel: +(34) 952 47 31 66
Sunny View School, Torremolinos, Malaga
Sunny View School is the leading British school on the Costa del Sol. Established over 40 years ago, we welcome students of all nationalities from 3 years to 18 years of age. Our programmes of study are based on the English national curriculum and taught by a team of qualified, experienced and inspiring UK-trained teaching staff.
Tel:(+34) 952 38 31 64
Swans School, Marbella
In the early days, the 1970s, Swans was housed in two villas (Capricho 1 and 2) with an open space in between. The Infant classes were found in Villa 1, as they are today, the building´s outline is still the same, although the “garage”classroom has gone. The playground with swings, see-saw and climbing frame is shown in the photo above. Villa 2 housed the Junior School and some secondary pupils as the school grew.
Tel: (+34) 952 773 248
Sotogrande International School
Sotogrande International School is a values driven, passionate learning community. We aim to create magical learning experiences that open pupils’ minds to new experiences and learning strategies. As citizens with deep moral purpose, our aim is to use education as a force for good both in our local community and in our global community through our NGO the Kindred Project.
Tel: +(34) 956 796 188
National Association of British Schools in Spain
The National Association of British Schools in Spain (NABSS) exists to defend members’ interests, to help maintain the quality of British education in Spain, and to support school development. All member schools are fully authorised- at least for a large section of the school-and are subject to inspection.
NABSS offers regular training to schools and there is an annual conference. The Association has its own inspection system, which is recognised by the British Council, and which also forms part of the British Schools Overseas inspections within Spain.