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SEK International School Dublin

SEK International School Dublin

Belvedere Hall, Windgates, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland

+35 31 287 41 75


sek-dublin@sek.es

www.sekdublin.es

SEK International School Dublin
School type Coeducational Day
Status Private
Principal Kristen Dickhaut
Language of Instruction English, Spanish
Co-ed Age Range 12-16 years
Authorised IB Programmes IBMYP
MYP Coordinator Miguel López
Associations FEDE, ISA, IB

Studying at SEK International School Dublin is much more than just going to school. It is a learning experience that fosters the development of students' intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills and affords them an international perspective.

SEK-Dublin International School is located in an exclusive setting, between the towns of Bray and Greystones and just 30km from Dublin. The school blends traditional architecture with the most cutting edge technology in a space spanning over 250,000m2 where sports facilities play a leading role.

SEK-Dublin International School was founded in 1981, and since then over 4,000 students between the ages of 12 and 16 have been taught by its Irish and Spanish teaching team. The school offers next-generation learning technology, the chance to live with carefully selected local families and an education programme meeting SEK Schools rigorous quality standards.

SEK-Dublin is the first school in Ireland to be authorised by the International Baccalaureate Organisation to teach its Middle Years Programme.

We are aware that education does not only take place in the classroom, therefore, SEK-Dublin International School offers numerous and varied extracurricular and cultural activities that ensure students' all-round personal and academic development.

Students at SEK-Dublin enjoy football, golf, horseriding, rugby and an arts school offering piano, drama and expression and Irish dance. As well as sports, the school offers outings to concerts, museum visits (The Natural History Museum and The National Print Museum), visits to historic cities (Cork and Belfast) and participation in major events outside school grounds, providing a unique opportunity to appreciate the local culture.

All of this affords an exceptional added value to an experience that, without a doubt, contributes to students' all-round development as future citizens.