Scuola Italiana di Barcellona

February 20, 2018 | Catalonia, Schools Catalonia

The Scuola Italiana di Barcellona is regulated by the Italian government to teach the national curriculum to around 600 international students ages 3-18.

Curriculum

The Scuola Italiana di Barcellona (Italian School of Barcelona) teaches the Italian curriculum to pupils in two separate campuses both in Barcelona. The school aids students to convalidate their studies for the regional Catalan Batxillerat diploma (ages 16-18), as well as for the Educación Secundaria Obligatoria (ESO, for ages 11-16).

A table of correspondence mapping the Italian education system next to the Spanish national curriculum can be viewed here.

Results of examinations can be found by following this link.

Location

The Scuola Italiana di Barcellona is based in two campuses – the liceo Edoardo Amaldi (high school/sixth form college) is based in the centre of Barcelona, a short walk from the Plaça de Catalunya.

The primary school and nursery school Maria Montessori is based in Sarrià, a 25-minute drive from the city centre.

Fees & Admissions

School fees start at €144,45 monthly (9 months) at the primary school, rising to €288,55 monthly for the liceo. The schools offers discounts for families with more than one child at the school. See more information on fees (in Italian) here.

The admissions process can be started by contacting the school via links on their website (in Italian only).

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Contact Details:

+34 93 487 46 65 / preside@liceoamaldi.comwww.scuolaitalianabarcellona.com
Scuola primaria e Scuola secondaria di 1o grado: C/Setantí, 10, 08034 Barcelona
Liceo scientifico: Passatge Méndez Vigo, 8, 08009 Barcelona

One response to “Scuola Italiana di Barcellona”

  1. Maria Gamez says:

    if you want your child develop emotional skills and learn numbers and letters playing. This school is for you. At least kindergarden is very Montessori. The teachers work very hard there are “il motore della scuola”

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