Colegio San José
Marbella y Estepona, Málaga, Spain
Colegio San José is a private, bilingual school providing all educational stages from 3 to 18 years old. It provides all the modalities of the National Baccalaureate and the IB Diploma Programme.
- International baccalaureate
Language of Instruction: Bilingual in Infant and Primary School. Spanish in secondary school and sixth form.
3 – 18 years old
- Football 7
Music and Arts:
- Pop-Rock Band
- Percussion (including drums)
- Choir Singing
- Classical Spanish Dance
- Musical performances and DJ entertainment
- Theatre Workshop.
Summer courses that mix learning, sport and fun with English and swimming.
- Kids Club
- Multiactivity Summer Camp
- Tennis Campus
- Paddle Campus
- Football Campus
- Sailing classes
- Golf classes
- Cherokee camp
- Educational Reinforcement
- Intensive Spanish Course for Foreigners (ELE)
- English Course in England
- School Linguistic Immersion Program in Ireland
Our School’s identity:
Multilingualism, teamwork, respect for diversity and student´s uniqueness, interest about culture, critical thinking and the international mindset constitute their identity.
An International Baccalaureate World School committed to developing inquiring and knowledgeable young people who will face their future with success and help to create a better and more peaceful world.
An education based on values in a complementary curriculum:
Respect, personal growth, companionship and a peaceful coexistence are developed through a range of sports, artistic and cultural activities, which also include looking after the environment and committing to society.
Based on Project Based Learning (PBL), Design Thinking or Service Learning, the school employs a methodological programme that links the provision of innovative facilities and tools with the acquisition of 21 st Century competencies.
Professional Music School:
Colegio San José is an official Music center, certified by the Andalusian Council, providing Initiation, Basic and Professional Music Classes, allowing students to obtain official Elementary and Professional Degrees in Music in eighteen symphonic fields: harp, singing, clarinet, double bass, bassoon, transverse flute, guitar, oboe, percussion (including drums), piano, saxophone, trombone, horn, trumpet, tuba, viola, violin and cello.
International accreditation of official music studies under the European Framework for Quality (EQF) through Trinity Music from Trinity College London.