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St. Peter's School, Barcelona
Eduard Toldra 18, 08034 Barcelona
Established 1964
Grades from 18 months old to 18 years old (2º Bachillerato)
José María Ginjaume Mencerré
Barcelona from the air, with St. Peter's School on first place, and the Mediterranean Sea on the back.

St. Peter's School was the first bilingual school established in Barcelona, Spain.

It was established in 1964 by José Mª Ginjaume Mencerré, Marian Garriga and Jaume Lerma. The initial idea was to provide students the chance to learn English and to give an individualized education. Actually it provides its students with 5 languages: English, Spanish, Catalan, French and German. The school follows the Spanish curriculum. English is used from 18 months old students until the end of E.S.O. (15 years old), gradually introducing the other languages.

Former Pupils (in alphabetic order)

  • Alberto Puig (Barcelona, 16/1/1967). Former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer.
  • Carles Vila (Barcelona, 1/1/1974). Cinema director (Falsa culpable, El criminal).
  • Daniel Benmayor (Barcelona, 1973). Cinema director (Paintball, 2009).
  • Oriol Vila (Barcelona, 1978). Actor. We've seen him in the Spanish TV series El Cor de la Ciutat and in the movie Las maletas de Tulse Luper, .
  • Pati Nuñez (Figueras, 1959). Designer. In 2006 she obtains the National Culture Proze given by the Catalan Government.
  • Pedro de la Rosa (Barcelona, 24 de febrero de 1971). Formula 1 driver.
  • Roser Clavell i Soldevilla (Barcelona, 1961). Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, Catalan Government, since 2007.

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