Frequently Asked Questions
When can I enroll my child?
The process of enrolling your child can begin at any time during the year. As a private school, we are not limited by the official registration calendar.
What steps should I take to enroll my child?
The first thing is to request information through our website and arrange a personal visit to resolve any doubts about the educational project.
The next step is to submit the registration application form.
Once the place has been confirmed, we request the rest of the documentation necessary to conclude the process.
What are the school hours?
We are open from Monday to Friday from 9:00h to 17:00h.
How is bilingualism guaranteed at the school?
We do not only teach English... We teach in English.
Students begin in 1st Grade with a 100% English immersion course. The language is learned as a second mother tongue that the students use every day.
From this point onwards, as around 50% of the class time is taught in English by professionals specialised in each area and subject.
What level of English do they graduate with?
At the end of their Secondary Education, our students are prepared to pass various external exams and reach level B2 or C1 by Cambridge Examinations and up to C2 by Trinity College London.
Do you have a transport service?
Yes, from the centre we provide families with several bus lines that cover the city of Zaragoza and its surroundings, both for the time of arrival and departure.
Based on the varied Mediterranean diet and with selected products from local suppliers, our menu offers a balanced diet while encouraging them to eat all kinds of food.
What are the extracurricular activities?
The Colegio Inglés includes in its offer a list of extra-curricular activities developed by specialized staff and taught in non-school hours in the mornings or afternoons. Activities such as chess, piano, ballet or robotics are some of our offers.
How many students are there per class?
25 is the maximum number of students per class in all educational stages.
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