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You are welcome to submit an application at any time of the year. However, due to classroom capacity constraints we encourage you to apply as early as possible. When classroom capacity has been reached, accepted students will join the waiting list for their particular year group.
For more information, contact our admissions coordinators:
The school follows the British national curriculum. At the end of Year 11 students will have taken iGCSE examinations in around nine subjects. The students then have option choices for A level subjects, AS level examinations in Year 12 and A level examinations in Year 13.
Yes, all major universities accept the Edexcel and Cambridge examination board A levels and international GCSEs.
All lessons are taught in English apart from language courses (Spanish, German, Catalan and French).
Students can start from the age of three in Pre-Nursery. Students are encouraged to learn through play activities in a stimulating and caring environment.
Students can be adopted into the appropriate level at any age provided there is space available for that level.
Parents are most welcome to telephone to arrange a visit to assess the appropriate level and discuss their individual needs.
Since Edexcel and Cambridge are internationally approved examination bodies, the qualifications are recognised internationally.
Yes. Baleares International College offers additional support for English as an Additional Language (EAL). The EAL classes are small with special attention to assist individual development. The school has an effective pastoral care system to assist your child to adapt and feel comfortable in the shortest possible time.
Altogether we have over 45 nationalities, and cultural diversity and tolerance is encouraged and promoted.
The majority of our teachers come from the United Kingdom. All teaching staff members are certified and experienced teachers. Visit our Meet the Team section to find out more about them!