Aloha College provides an international bilingual education for children from 3-18 years of age. It is a non-profit-making organisation owned by a charitable trust and administered by two Head Teachers with a Board of Governors, all of whom are parents.
- Aloha College was the first IB school in Spain , academic excellence is our foremost goal.
- Students study English and Spanish and can gain qualifications in both educational systems.
- Fully co-educational day school, unique atmosphere, highly creative and innovative.
- Students go on to the world's leading universities such as Oxford , Cambridge , Harvard, MIT, Princeton , Imperial College London.
The main School building, purpose-built in 1982, now houses the Junior School and Administration area. Facilities have been extended and improved over the years. In September 2004, the Senior School welcomed its first intake of students into its brand new, purpose-built facilities. There is an Arts block, a Science block and a Resource Centre which holds the Library. The laboratories, IT and Art suites are equipped with the most up-to-date facilities. Aloha College has wireless computer connections in all its buildings.
The primary aims of Aloha College are to enlarge each student's knowledge, experience and imagination and to enable each of our students to develop a set of moral principles, within a spirit of international understanding and interchange. Thus we expect that the alumni of Aloha will play an active and leading role in the world beyond school.
Aloha College is situated on the outskirts of Marbella in Spain 's Costa del Sol . The College is flanked by the championship golf course of Aloha and is opposite a very popular golf academy. Road access is excellent and 3 minutes along the highway takes you to the beach or the marina of Puerto Banús and within 5 minutes you are in Marbella town centre.