All students are usually required to attend an interview with a senior member of staff before being admitted to the 6th Form
Pupils from the British system wishing to enter Year 12 are required to have a minimum of 5 passes at (I) GCSE (including Mathematics and English as a first language), with grade C (4) or above, normally including an A (7) or B (6) grade in subjects to be taken at GCE A level. (I) GCSE grades at A*(9 & 8) or A (7) are usually required for the study of Mathematics A level subjects.
Copies of school reports for the previous two years must also be presented. The reports must show consistently favourable progress academically, behaviourally and in terms of effort.
Confidential references are normally sought from the pupil’s current school regarding their academic record and behaviour.
The school may admit pupils into Year 13 provided that they have a proven academic level and their subject choices and examination boards coincide with the programme offered by King’s College, The British School of Madrid. Entry to year 13 is reviewed on a case by case basis. Results of year 12 end of year examinations and other reports and references from the current school will be sought