International School of Madrid

International School of Madrid opened in 1971 and offers the English national curriculum to children aged 1 to 18 from all over the world. The school is known for its high standards of academic achievement, preparing students to enter British, American or Spanish universities.

Curriculum

The International School of Madrid teaches the English national curriculum to pupils ages 2-18, allowing students to gain iGCSEs at the end of year 11 and A Levels at the end of year 13.

Classes are taught in English, but Spanish-language studies also feature to help students who wish to apply to universities in Spain. In addition, pupils can sit the Cambridge C1 (ADvanced) and C2 (Proficiency) English language exams.

Class sizes at A-Level are small, with 9-10 per class on average, and each student has access to a personal tutor. In addition, pupils receive high quality careers guidance and personalised support with the university application process.

The school prides itself on its academic record, with 100% of students who graduated in 2020 currently at university. Students have won 73 awards for achieving top marks in a subject at either GCSE or A Level since 2009.

Fees & Admissions

The school does not make its tuition fees public.

The school is non-selective and asks prospective parents to call or email the school using numbers and an online form on the school’s Admissions page.

Location

The International School of Madrid is based in the Chamartín district in the north of Madrid, and is a 20-minute drive from the city centre.

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Contact Details:

www.internationalschoolofmadrid.com
Preschool: C/ Rosa Jardón, 1, 28016 Madrid / +34 913 459 519 / preschool@internationalschoolofmadrid.com
Primary: C/ Rosa Jardón, 3, 28016 Madrid / +34 913 592 121 / primary@internationalschoolofmadrid.com
Secondary: C/ Serrano Galvache, 13, 28033 Madrid / +34 91 302 30 80 / secondary@internationalschoolofmadrid.com



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