International Experience

Several studies show that children who learn a second language at an early age develop cognitive abilities, such as increase of skills in problem solving, creativity, and respect to others cultures.

In Santa Clara International School, we follow a  Spanish international curriculum in which fifty percent of the classes are taught in English and the rest are in Spanish (Catalan unless students are proficient in Spanish). In the case of our kindergarten, English Kinder Barcelona, ninety percent of the classes are taught in English.

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Learning a second language at a early age develops cognitive abilities.

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Linguistic immersion; students do not translate, but think in the terms of the language they are speaking.

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Fifty percent of the students are from Barcelona and the rest of them are from different countries around the world.

There is an international enrichful diversity of students at Santa Clara International School.  Fifty percent of students are from Barcelona and the rest of them are from different countries around the world. This international experience allows students to adapt to any country or culture.

Our teachers are native and address in the language that they teach. This favors a linguistic immersion in which the students do not translate, but  think in terms of the language they are speaking.