Mirabal International School
Calle Monte Almenara, s/n, 28660 Boadilla del Monte, Madrid, Spain
+34 916 331 711
|Director||Ms Rosario de la Cruz López|
|Language of Instruction||English, Spanish|
|Number of pupils||1,957|
|Authorised IB Programmes||IBDP, IBMYP|
|Diploma Coordinator||Isabel Sargent Busquets|
|MYP Coordinator||Isabel Sargent Busquets|
Mirabal International School is a school of reference in Europe. Highly regarded by its' exceptional academic standards, Mirabal has historically achieved world top positions in the annual PISA report for Schools, an educational evaluation promoted by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Founded in 1982 Mirabal International School is committed to the integral education of the students, promoting values such as independence, tolerance, responsibility (diligence, generosity, honour). Located in an outstanding natural setting in the north of Madrid, Mirabal offers excellent facilities at the service of an innovative educational project based on interactive and practical learning. The school occupies a total of 45,000 m2 and offers a wide range of sports and academic facilities, including tennis courts, athletics tracks, two swimming pools and several laboratories.
The constant training of teachers in active and innovative methodologies, the integration of iPads in the classroom and subjects such as robotics are some of the key tools used to bring students closer to the most advanced learning resources. Students learn to research, discriminate, contrast and select information from a very young age.
Students can choose to follow Spanish National Curriculum, the International Baccalaureate or a double-honors program. Its multilingual program is offered by native teachers and is especially designed to stimulate physical intellectual, social and artistic development.
Mirabal is a certified music school, where students can obtain an official Music Elementary Degree in the instrument of their choice. Emotional intelligence is a main focus of Mirabal’s educational project. Cooperative learning, emotion management, motivation and education in values help students acquire skills such as creativity, leadership and initiative.