St Anne’s School Madrid

April 19, 2018 | Madrid, Madrid education, Schools Madrid, Spain

St Anne’s School Madrid was established in 1969 and is a co-educational, independent school teaching pupils 3 – 18 a mix of English and Spanish national curriculums. The school’s motto is ‘A Catholic education for every child’.


The school bases its primary curriculum on the English national curriculum. In secondary school, pupils are taught obligatory Spanish humanities, language and culture subjects to obtain Educación Segundaria Obligatoria (ESO) qualifications alongside the option to take external iGCSE exams. From ages 16-18, the school focuses solely on the Spanish national Bachillerato qualification. Cambridge university language exams are also possible.

Students are encouraged to apply for universities in both Spain and the UK.

St Anne’s School Madrid has mostly native Spanish pupils, and the student body numbers over 400.  The school welcomes students of all religious denominations and pupils at all levels receive weekly classes in religious and moral education. The Department of Religious Education also offers preparation for the pupils’ First Holy Communion and Confirmation.

Fees & Admissions

School fees are not made public on the school’s website. The admissions process can be started by filling out an Admission form in English or Spanish – follow menu links on the school’s home page for the Admissions form.


The school is located in Avenida Alfonso XIII, in Chamartín, and is a 20-minute drive from the city centre.

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Contact Details:

Avda. Alfonso XIII, 164, 28016 Madrid / +34 915 612 717 /

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