ALL OF OUR SCHOOLS IN SPAIN HAVE BEEN DISTINGUISHED AS THE BEST SCHOOLS IN THE COUNTRY.
All of our schools have been distinguished as the best schools in Spain in the most recognised rankings of the educational sector
We are ISP SCHOOLS, a network of 11 private schools in Spain and part of the International Schools Partnership (ISP) , one of the world’s greatest educational groups with 49 schools in 14 countries and more than 45,000 students. We specialise in British and international education. We educate bilingual students, helping them reach their highest academic potential and empowering them to adopt an international mindset by means of innovative ways of learning. During 2020 and 2021, in numerous media-sponsored, school-ranking publications, ISP Schools were ranked among the best educational centres in Spain.
EL MUNDO RANKING
The traditional schools’ ranking by El Mundo newspaper placed our schools amongst the best 100 educational centres in Spain and the 30 best international schools in Spain during 2020 and 2021. 160 schools participated in this ranking based on 27 key criteria, including the
educational model, external recognition, languages, teachers, selectivity, facilities, extracurricular activities, number of students in each room as well as the teacher/student ratio, among other aspects. Within the El Mundo rankings, The Lady Elizabeth School (Alicante),
Laude San Pedro International College (Marbella), The British School of Vila-Real (Castellón), and The British School of Málaga (Málaga) were placed within the 30 best international schools in Spain and our Newton College (Alicante) school was placed in the list of the 100 best schools in Spain.
EL ESPAÑOL NEWSPAPER RANKING
Likewise, El Español newspaper, in its renowned annual ranking of The Best Schools in Spain, placed Laude San Pedro International College
(Marbella), The British School of Vila-Real (Castellón), Laude El Altillo School (Jerez), and International School Andalucía (Sevilla) within the 20 Top International Schools in Spain. Furthermore, it ranked The British School of Málaga (Málaga), Newton College (Alicante), and The British School of Almería (Almería) in the list of the 50 Most Outstanding Schools in Spain. The ranking also distinguished our schools in a category we have beenworkingon constantly over the past few years – Innovation. In the list of the 30 Most Innovative Schools, it included Internacional Aravaca
(Madrid), Laude Fontenebro School (Madrid), and Palacio de Granda (Asturias). The rankings were compiled based on pedagogical innovations, the educational centre’s international projection, the current management models, the results obtained by our students in
external assessment tests, and the tools that the teachers and students use in their classes. On top of this, on this occasion only, they also took into account the response of the schools’ management to the crisis generated by COVID-19.
It is our great joy to inform that this year four of our 11 schools have made it into the prestigious Forbes Magazine ranking of The 50 Best Private and State-Funded Schools in Spain. The schools in this ranking are Laude Fontenebro School (Madrid), Palacio de Granda (Asturias), The British School of Málaga (Málaga), and Newton College (Alicante).
The criteria for this list was set by a committee of expert educators, psychologists, and education professionals who were selected by the prestigious magazine. They analysed 36 objective criteria for the educational model, including educational audits; external recognition or
performance of the student body in external tests; the educational offer with regard to languages, teachers, music, and digital formation; as well as material resources, including the ratio of pupils per teacher, the facilities, laboratories, areas of innovation, and services, among
LA RAZÓN 2020 AWARDS
Additionally, the group of our 11 schools in Spain, received the title of Best International Educational Project 2020 from the Business Excellence Awards hosted by La Razón newspaper.
The awards were presented by Mr. Carlos Rodríguez Braun and handed out by the Minister of Finance (CAM), Mr. Javier Fernández-Lasquetty, during a ceremony that took place on the 30 th of June 2020. These awards are granted as a recognition of the impeccable trajectories of the awardees, highlighting innovation, formation, growth, environmentalism, research, and the capacity to
adapt to the new and evolving needs of the market.
This recognition positions Laude Schools as a referent within the educational sector which, by being part of an international educational group with global presence, grants its students not only academic excellence, contents, and responsible values formation, but also offers its
students the possibility of acquiring international experiences and language learning. The aforementioned will help students grow and be better prepared for the future.