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When we asked about the schools in Spain, they said...

"The British School of Barcelona is considered to be one of the best international schools in Spain, with a well-rounded educational curriculum and an engaging international environment. Located in Barcelona, this school combines an internationally rich learning environment with an innovative and creative approach to teaching. It is the only school in Spain to offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, and its highly accomplished academic results rank among the best in Spain. The Torrequebrada International School, situated on the Costa del Sol, is one of the most prestigious international schools in Spain. This school offers a comprehensive range of courses, which includes the International Baccalaureate, and its experienced teachers cultivate a stimulating and holistic environment that helps to prepare students for adult life and a global future. The Sotogrande International School, located in Sotogrande, is one of the most respected bilingual schools in Spain. This school combines a traditional British education with effective Spanish-language instruction, making it the perfect environment for students who are looking to acquire language fluency or a bilingual education. The curriculum follows a holistic approach, emphasizing values and a sense of responsibility and excellence while encouraging students to excel not just inside the classroom, but also outside it," said one parent with children at in .

"Don't waste time looking at other options. A great school, I wish I had come to it as a child," commented one expat when asked about King Richard III College Mallorca in Portals Nous.

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