St. George School in Madrid follows the IB Diploma in English for pupils aged from 16 to 18 years old. This programme is recognised as one of the best in the world and allows pupils to apply to both Spanish and international universities.
Pupils from over 40 different nationalities follow the prestigious International Baccalaureate with native English speaking teachers at St. George School, which complements the international education that the IB promotes with the aim of pupils learning from other cultures and ways of thinking. Thanks to this holistic approach and globally renowned qualification, St. George pupils are prepared for a borderless society and can apply to any university worldwide.
St. George is committed to offering the best learning environment to its pupils by combining a British Secondary Education with the International Baccalaureate in English for its Sixth Form pupils, which allows them to choose from a wide variety of subjects and helps them achieve their university and career ambitions. Throughout the two years of the International Baccalaureate, they receive comprehensive training to strengthen their social, critical thinking, research, communication and self-management skills.
IB education is one of a kind – it is recognised all over the world and meets rigorous academic and teaching standards. The programme encourages pupils to stand out from the crowd, not only in their studies but also in their personal growth as it promotes enthusiasm, empathy and a constant curiosity for learning. It also shapes inquisitive, open-minded and reflective adults who are well-informed, independent thinkers and good communicators.
St. George offers the best option in English for its pupils with the comprehensive IB Diploma, shaping young people who are supportive, well-balanced and eager for knowledge, and that contribute to creating a better and more peaceful world, as promoted by the IB.