IT is certainly one of the most stunning school developments of recent years.
And now with the completion of its indoor pool, the brand new Lady Elizabeth School, in Alicante, is to have its grand inauguration this month.
The €13 million development, in Benitachell, near Javea, took a year to finish and now houses over 1,000 pupils all under one roof (well a few to be fair).
“It’s an inspiring place in and it’s functioning well,” explains Canadian headmaster Chris Akin.
Prospective parents will literally be blown away by the location and style of the place, which took a year to build and unites the junior and senior schools for the first time.
The international school was designed by Arquivir Arquitectos and built by local firm VAPF.
The school is part of a chain of over 30 international schools globally, including Laude in Marbella and the British School of Malaga, formerly St.George’s.
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