If you’re looking to move to Spain with kids, I bet you want to know more about the Spanish Education System. Guess what? This post is just for you! Did you know that Spain doesn’t have high school?
For some, James Bond is the epitome of masculinity, and to name a few of is characteristics: his confidence is unmatchable, he has the physique of a superhero , and maybe the most important… he has a license to kill.
You might have seen him surfing, skydiving, or taking out 10 people within seconds, but there is one thing I haven’t seen (or read) him do:
Wow, this is my first post in a while! I’ve got a good excuse:
Speaking of school, I recently went on a field trip with my class to “La Antigua Sexi”. It’s a secondary school for grades 7-12, also known as an instituto. It looks nothing like an “American High school.”, more like a Spanish street. Continue reading
Hey, its Lars today I will be writing about some, uh what’s the word, different things in school. First of all in Spain, the schools are not fancy; they are very basic and plain. About a month ago, my parents had completed some paperwork and enrolled me in a school. My parents were given a list of supplies: a “rubber” (eraser), 6 rolls of toilet paper, and some note books.
My parents told me that I would be exposed to culture and new things. I was so excited, but really had no idea what was in store for me. I want to let you know just a few of the “cultural experiences” I have had so far.