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International Orientation

Access from 1st ESO to the Bilingual Program in English, with additional support from a native Conversation Assistant. The offer of electives includes French or Portuguese as a second language. We are a Cambridge training and examination center. And from 2nd ESO, the Dual Diploma Program is offered to obtain the USA (American High School) baccalaureate degree simultaneously with the Secondary and Baccalaureate degree of the Spanish Educational System.


Our pedagogical innovation and updating project responds to the needs of the current socio-educational context; enhances our Ignatian educational style, focused on the protagonism of the students; in a welcoming and inclusive school, at a pace adapted to their individual capacity and the characteristics of their own personality; with active methodologies, shared teaching and competency learning.

International Residence

The International Residence, for men and women, provides our students with an experience of family and companionship, helps them develop their autonomy and personal organization, and favors the acquisition of social and communication skills, so important for life and for their future as citizens of the world. They have a team of professional educators committed to their work.

A overview of this stage
San Jose Villafranca School

We believe in education as a personal development process. We are committed to a comprehensive training that works in a way that links the academic, human, Christian and para-school fields.

The Secondary Education stage in our School, on a concert basis, offers bilingual sections, small groups for students with difficulties and for students with high abilities.

At ESO we work to provide students with knowledge and skills by developing a critical spirit and service to society. Human formation is key in our formation.

During the course our students participate in coexistence and activities that work from camaraderie, respect, participation and dialogue.

Our goal is to offer our students tools to be men and women for others.

Our commitment is based on the personal involvement of the entire educational community from work and generosity, with a constant testimony that helps to create a close and familiar environment based on relationships of trust and respect with other colleagues and teachers.

We are a Jesuit school that works in a network, open to other realities that enrich us and with whom we share encounters that help us grow in the cultural and educational aspect.