Costa Blanca International College
About Costa Blanca International College
Costa Blanca International College in Benidorm, Alicante, Spain, is a mixed, independent, bilingual school which educates students aged 3-18.
The school follows the British National Curriculum to the end of Year 9. In the following year, students start IGCSE courses, which are examined in year 11. If their grades are good enough, they can then continue to study for A and AS Levels. In addition, students study Spanish language and literature, Valencian language, and the geography and history of Spain from the Spanish National curriculum.
Costa Blanca International College’s study plan is also designed to prepare students for entrance to Spanish University. During years 12 and 13, it offers extra tuition as preparation for the entrance exam for Spanish University (selectividad), which is taken at the end of Year 13.
A Summer School, run in July, offers students the chance to study English, Spanish and computing.
The school has volleyball, handball, football, tennis, and basketball courts and a swimming pool.
Values and vision
The Costa Blanca International College aims to give its students an excellent education, taking the best of the Spanish and British education to ensure that they are prepared for study in top universities across the world.
The school ethos is to allow every student to follow their own learning, developing important personal qualities in an environment of liberty, respect, happiness and tolerance.