History of the British School of Alzira

The British School Alzira is a large educational complex in the Aguas Vivas Valley. A British School with a main building full of history and art, whose decoration involved renowned artists such as the sculptor Esteve Edo or the painters Joaquín Michavila and Ricardo Llorens.

Evolution and History of the BSA

From those already distant 46 students with whom the Centre began in 1997, a constant evolution has been followed year after year, accompanied by a program of investment and improvement of the Centre, with new classrooms, sports areas, recreational areas and additional services.

An unrivaled environment, a high-level educational quality and the presence of students from more than 20 different nationalities, make the BSA an unrivaled option in the area.

In addition, the BSA was the first School in Spain to obtain the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Certificate, and has been bestomed as creditor of the EFQM certification, from a European Committee in educational management.