Saint George’s School, Girona

February 21, 2018 | Catalonia, Schools Catalonia

Saint George’s School in Girona is a private coeducational school teaching the Catalan regional curriculum through a largely English speaking tuition model for pupils aged 3-18.



Saint George’s School follows the Catalan regional curriculum, but with an intense English immersion programme using native English teachers. During primary school, all subject areas are taught in English except for Castellano Spanish and Catalan, which are both taught equally three hours per week. French is introduced from the final primary year.

During the final Batxillerat stage (ages 16-18) the only subjects taught in English are English language and literature and some optional subjects. All other subjects are taught in Castellano Spanish/Catalan while Spanish and French continue as language subjects.

For more info on the school’s educational project, view their website which is in English, Castellano Spanish and Catalan.



Saint George’s School is located in Fornells de la Selva, a 10 minute drive from Girona city centre and a 1 hour 30 minute drive from Barcelona.

Fees & Admissions

Annual school fees start at €8,729 during nursery and rise to €10,0061 depending on the course of study at the Baxtillerat stage. For more information on registration fees and monthly payment options, see the school fees for the academic year 2021-22 here.

To contact the school for admissions visit the contact page and fill out an online form.

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Stephanie Ansell

Contact Details:

C/Josep Pla 4-6, Urbanització Fornells Park, 17458 Fornells de la Selva, Girona / +34 972 47 60 65 / /

1 response to “Saint George’s School, Girona”

  1. MumAbroad says:

    My daughter went to Saint George’s for a couple of years and we are very happy with the school. She went to the local village school until she was 8, and then we felt it was getting to small. I feel that Saint George’s school is a very happy place. There is a great, friendly atmosphere there and the children seem stimulated, involved and engaged. Maayan adores her teachers. I was worried about her getting behind in English and that has been taken care of. Her Castellano has also improved dramatically. The facilities there are great and they do a lot of projects and activities. There is a strong emphasis on reading which I think is very important, and they don’t over burden the children with homework at a young age. (Stephanie Ansell)

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