King's College Madrid
Since 1969 the British schools that make up King's College have provided children with a rigorous and broad British education. Pupils from our schools go on to study at the best British universities as well as those in Spain, Europe and North America. In 2014 we helped pupils win places at many excellent universities including: Cambridge, Harvard, UCL, Imperial College, London School of Economics, Manchester and St Andrews.
Getting a good degree from a top university and being bilingual in two of the world's most important languages open a huge range of career and other opportunities to your child. Investing in the education of your children is the best way to ensure their future in a fast changing world.
All of our schools have a reputation for academic excellence. In 2014, our pass rate at A level was 99.3% and our A* percentage was higher than the average for UK-based HMC schools, at 23%.
In 2014, students at King's College received 164 offers from UK universities ranked in the top 50, 81 offers are from universities ranked in the top 20 and 38 from universities ranked in the top 10.
Good examination results and a place at university for your child are just part of what we strive to deliver. Parents send their children to King's College because they want their children to be exposed to new ideas, to have their minds stimulated, their intellectual curiosity fostered and their creativity nurtured.
King's College Madrid is located in an attractive leafy suburb 20 minutes from the city and the airport. 1400 pupils between the ages of 2 and 18 years (Pre-Nursery to Year 13) attend the school.
Our international purpose-built boarding school, offers some of the best boarding accommodation in Europe. Tenbury House, opened in September 2011 is home to over 44 students from 18 different counties, and offers a safe and secure "home away from home" close to one of the liveliest, best-connected cities in Europe.
In Tenbury House all bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, under-floor heating and wireless internet access. In addition there is a dining room, a common room, a TV room, a study room,and a kitchen that pupils can use to make light meals, and a laundry. During the evenings and weekends, Tenbury House students have full use of these facilities and can also take advantage of many of the school's on-site sports facilities which include an indoor swimming pool.