- English Language
- English Literature
- Spanish First Language
- Combined Science
Oak House School in Barcelona is a co-educational institution, founded in 1968, that follows the English national curriculum up until keystage 5 (years 12 -13).
Oak House School teaches the English national curriculum through primary school (5 – 12 years of age), complemented by Spanish and Catalan language classes from year 2 as well as humanities subjects in Spanish. The school claims that after finishing primary school pupils can eﬀectively communicate in all three of the school’s main languages: English, Spanish and Catalan.
In secondary school, pupils are prepared for both the Catalan regional curriculum (ESO) as well as for Cambridge-regulated iGCSE exams in the following possible subjects:
Oak House School is located in the Sarrià district of Barcelona, and is a 20-minute drive from the city centre.
School fees start at €9,000 annually (monthly payments are possible) and go up to €11,000 for students taking the International Baccalaureate. Enrolment fees and information for the 2020-21 academic year can be found here.
The school requires entrance examinations for prospective new students over the age of seven, and depending on places. Information about admissions can be obtained on the school’s admissions page of their website.
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