Sixth Form, a passport to an international future.
During the two years of the Sixth Form (Baccalaureate), students prepare for their A-Level examinations. This is a fully accredited baccalaureate and one of the most internationally recognised baccalaureates, specialising in a range of subjects.
From the last years of secondary school, we work with students in their academic and professional orientation, designing a personalised offer that responds to the educational needs of each of our students. This allows our students to obtain excellent academic results and to access the university or educational centre of their choice.
We offer a wide range of subjects, designed to meet students’ needs and future aspirations. Our aim is to ensure that students choose the right programme so that in their A-Level examinations they achieve the grades they need for the future and gain access to the university or college of their choice.
At the end of Year 13, students sit the A-Level examinations (internationally recognised) and the entrance exams they need to gain entry to university. Subsequently, the school will validate their A-Levels.
With this personalised study programme, our pupils can gain access to Spanish or international universities.
At ISA, as a British international school, we place great importance on developing and learning skills that go beyond the purely academic.
During this stage, students lead some of the school’s initiatives, such as the Student Council or the House System. They also have the opportunity to participate in international initiatives organised by ISP School for all the schools in the group.
At International School of Andalucía, we will encourage our students to achieve their ambitions and give them the support they need to fulfil their individual potential.