St. Anthony’s College, a co-educational British school, was founded in 1968, making it the oldest British school on the coast.
The College offers the British National Curriculum, as well as Spanish ESO and Bachillerato to students aged three to eighteen, from a variety of nationalities and cultures.
St. Anthony’s offers a friendly and welcoming environment to all its students who flourish as individuals within its accommodating structure. Year 11 students achieve high grades in their GCSE’s and Year 13 students are accepted at many of the top universities including: Durham, Kings College, Loughborough and Brunel, amongst others.
“A successful school has unique characteristics and processes, which help children, learn at high levels. It is expected that all children will learn at least the essential knowledge, concepts and skill needed so that they can be successful at the next level the next year. The seven common correlates include: Clear school mission, high expectations for success, instructional leadership, opportunity to learn and time on task, safe orderly environment, positive home-school relations, and frequent monitoring of student progress.”