Balearics education

Occupying an idyllic location overlooking the bay of Palma, nearby woodland and Bellver Castle, Queen's College was founded in 1977. At present approximately 300 pupils ranging from 3 to 18 years attend, the majority of who are either British or Spanish. The school is an inspected and approved member of...

Palma College was established in 2012 and opened in 2013 to meet the increasing demands of an international community seeking a dedicated sixth form provision on Mallorca. The ethos of the College is to bridge the gap between school and university and adult life by guiding young people carefully through the...

Morna International College, a co-educational day school, was founded in 1973 as Morna Valley School. Well qualified teachers, mostly from the United Kingdom, work with small classes and the very favourable student: teacher ratio ensures a high degree of individual attention. Morna International College opened its present site in September 2004. The...

Founded in 2001, the Colegio Mestral has a strict selection process based not only on the candidate's performance to date, but also on meetings with parents and their children. Care is taken to ensure that class sizes are kept significantly below the state school average. The language used for lessons...

This semi-private school was founded in 1975 and is subsidised by the French government. Students can currently attend the school up to ESO level. The school specialises in language teaching. There are intensive courses in Castilian, Catalan and English. The standard classroom language is French, with the exception of music...