Agora International School Andorra’s boarding facility is open to students aged from 9 to 18 years old and students can register for a full academic year or for just one or two terms. Agora International School Andorra offers an innovative, international curriculum designed to promote respect, peaceful coexistence and commitment to the community. Boarders have access to a fully integrated curriculum and the opportunity to interact and coexist with students from all over the world.
Our boarding house enables overseas students to enjoy all the benefits of studying in Andorra. The school’s residential accommodation is located in the heart of the Pyrenees at an altitude of 1,250 metres above sea level and just 10 minutes from the ski slopes. Our boarders are looked after by two tutors, one in charge of academic performance and the other addressing each student’s pastoral needs, including living arrangements, extracurricular activities and their general happiness and well-being. The school maintains constant communication with students’ families.
We promote a multilingual approach; Spanish is the common language, with students also speaking and studying in English and French. Language classes are taught by native and bilingual teachers, and pupils get the opportunity to sit official language exams and/or study for the Spanish-American Dual High School Diploma. Pupils at Agora International School Andorra also study Catalan, Andorra’s official language, from Early Years to Post 16. Our boarding students also have access to our high-performance sports programmes, where we can individually tailor their schedules to allow high-performance athletes to achieve their academic goals, whilst simultaneously enabling them to complete the training necessary to fulfil their sporting potential.
After their school day, from 5:00 p.m. until dinner time, residential students participate in directed study, sports or activities, and revision classes are available for students who want to improve their academic performance. At weekends, boarders can either hang out at the house, or participate in guided study sessions, sports activities and cultural outings.