Admissions process at Cambridge House


 

At Cambridge House Community College we follow the English National Curriculum along with meeting the Spanish schooling requirements of the Spanish education system. We provide our students with an exciting and challenging multilingual curriculum, with the learning of five languages as a compulsory part of the curriculum – with English as the vehicular language.

First step

Fill in the contact form or call us on 96 390 50 19 Monday to Friday from 8.00 am to 7.00 pm or Saturday from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm.

Second step

As long as we have places available, you can make an in-person or virtual visit in which we will explain in depth our educational project, the curricular and teaching aspects and the facilities of our school. The best opportunity to clear up all your doubts.

Third step

After the formal application for admission, students will take the admission tests according to their stage (applies to Primary and Secondary students). Once you have passed the tests, you will complete the registration form and you will receive all the necessary documentation for enrolment.

Fourth step

Once you have formalised your enrolment, you will receive an invitation to attend two open days with your family prior to the start of the school year; one in May and another in September, depending on when you formalise your enrolment.

  • *Places for Primary: Parents must be able to provide the centre with the most recent school reports and the child will be asked to spend two days in the school (in the class of their corresponding year group) so the teaching staff can evaluate their abilities in the classroom setting. After evaluating the reports and their stay in the school a decision will be made on the students’s admittance.
  • *Places for Secondary: Parents must be able to provide the centre with the most recent school reports and the child will be asked to spend one day in the school (in the class of their corresponding year group) so the teaching staff can evaluate their abilities in the classroom setting. After evaluating the reports and their stay in the school a decision will be made on the students’s admittance.
  • Places for Sixth Form: Students must provide to the centre their IGCSE results (or their secondary certificate) and meet certain requirements depending on the study route they want to take. They will also have a personal interview with the head of sixth form.

*The Management Team will evaluate the reports from the school of origin, prior to the acceptance to carry out the admission test. For more information about the availability of places, please contact the school.