Oak House School
OHS is a private, co-educational school, a Non-Profit Foundation with 1050 pupils on roll, aged 3-18 years. Our approach to teaching and learning foments curiosity, creativity, effort & resilience.
British (Early Years & Primary), Spanish (Secondary, Bachillerato) and International Baccalaureate (taught fully in English)
3 – 18 years old
- Cultural clubs: Wits method, Lego bricks for kids, Chess, Homework, Newspaper, Art, Aloha Maths, Robotics, Video game creation, Film club, Science club, Drama, Computer skills.
- Music clubs: Piano, Guitar, Bass, Violin, Drums, Saxophone, Choir, Vocal coaching, Music after lunch.
- Sport clubs: Basketball, Roller skating, five-a-side football, Pre-jazz, Jazz, Aesthetic gymnastics, Judo.
Oak House School is a private, co-educational school. The school is a Non-Profit Foundation with a Board of Governors, comprised of seven parents, elected through the Parents’ Association. We currently have 1026 pupils on roll, aged between 3 and 18 years. We aim to help and motivate each and all pupils to fulfill their individual academic potential and to fully develop their social and emotional skills. Oak House School pupils develop into self confident, honest individuals, who strive to achieve their personal best, have a positive attitude, a sense of social responsibility and a tolerant, respectful attitude towards others. This is achieved through a strong home-school partnership, which we believe is an essential element in the education of our pupils, and regular contact is maintained between tutors and parents.
In Early Years and Primary, Oak House School is fully authorised as a British School in Spain. The Secondary department complies fully with the requirements of the Spanish education system with a continuing focus on English. Our secondary pupils are also prepared for Cambridge IGCSE exams in English, in a range of subjects. In the final two years of their schooling, Oak House pupils are able to choose to continue their studies in English by following the International Baccalaureate Programme or by following the trilingual Bachillerato programme. The high quality of teaching, the care and attention afforded to each pupil and the wide range of resources provided, are factors which define Oak House School.