BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM 16 - 18 YEARS.
It is the step before accessing higher education, thus closing a key cycle.
The stage of maturity and the future
During the Baccalaureate, students begin to make decisions that will affect their job placement. In this sense, there is a requirement for excellent professional guidance in choosing the modality that best suits their priorities.
At Aldapeta Maria ikastetxea, the hopes of students from various San Sebastian schools are united with the offer of a quality Baccalaureate, steeped in tradition and with a vision of the future.
An intermediate step between secondary school and university, where intellectual and social perspectives are expanded. In a large centre like ours, you can find colleagues with similar interests and be part of groups that will help you develop beyond purely academic education.
We will help you acquire the habits, skills and knowledge necessary to ensure that you achieve your personal, academic and professional development goals.
We offer an educational project with the best human and academic training so that you can shape the kind of person you want to become.
Our students have the possibility to choose an itinerary that best suits their needs: Sciences, Humanities or Social Sciences, with a diverse choice between different combinations of subjects. The Baccalaureate experience also goes beyond academics, with a complete Youth Ministry proposal plan, as well as various outings and activities of academic, pastoral and festive orientation.
We carry out our work in an innovative way with permanent expert teachers in each subject. With a passion for teaching, training and continuous improvement, we offer a quality education adapted to the needs of each person.
We also have an orientation department and a Youth Ministry team.
Structure and Facilities
The Baccalaureate is structured in two courses, 1st and 2nd, prior to access to higher education.
A new school with a welcoming and pleasant environment, so our students can get a glimpse of what higher education can be like, and, consequently, choose and develop the skills necessary for their future academic and professional success.
The languages of the learning process are the co-official ones: Basque and Spanish, being able to choose among A, B and D linguistic models.
The students in each of the courses have English and Basque classes at the same time, so it is possible to respond to the needs of each of the students, through groups of 3 basic levels:
- The level corresponding to the course.
- Preparation level for B2 (First in the case of English).
- Preparation level for C1 (Advanced in the case of English; EGA in the case of Basque).
The student can also learn a second foreign language, French or German, at different levels according to demand. Students are encouraged to apply for the corresponding official qualifications and in the case of English, the centre offers the possibility to sit the official University of Cambridge exams in its own facilities.
Timetable and calendar
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8:10 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. .
Friday from 8:10 a.m. to 2:20 p.m
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8:10 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
Monday: 9: 05h - 15: 15h
Friday: 8:10 am - 2:20 pm
A digital device is used.
Today our French High School students have enjoyed Samuel Montmouronjou's storytelling.
Hablar de la Real Sociedad es hablar de San Sebastián y de sus ciudadanos/as. Es un tándem inseparable, ya que no se puede entender la Real sin sus aficionados ni a los aficionados sin la Real.
Space agencies are interested in educating young people about the way of life and the work that takes place on the International Space Station (ISS). through ARISS (Amateur Radio in the International Space Station)
Our 2nd-year Baccalaureate students travelled to Paris for a short break before the final exams and la selectividad (Spanish equivalent to the British GCSE). The students visited different emblematic locations in the French capital and cohabited with their classmates.