The digital newspaper EL ESPAÑOL has made a selection of the most innovative schools in Spain. Taking into account the use of new technologies or new forms of teaching, 30 centres have been selected, including Aloha College.
The newspaper highlights that: “Aloha College Marbella is a non-profit educational foundation with 800 students representing more than 50 nationalities. It is one of the largest and best established schools in southern Spain that offers a British international education for all stages from 3 to 18 years (from Early Years to Sixth Form).”
This is the fifth year that these journalists carry out an analysis of educational centres throughout the national territory to select the most outstanding ones.
Among the 100 best schools – private and subsidized – there is a distinction between the 50 most outstanding, the 30 most innovative and the 20 most leading international. You can read the entire report through this link.