Who we are


Morna International College is located in the middle of the island of Ibiza, a few minutes from the beautiful village of Santa Gertrudis. The college campus provides a tranquil environment where children feel safe and well-cared for. We have experienced unparalleled growth in recent years and have embarked on an ambitious expansion programme. This has created additional specialist learning and teaching facilities including three new science laboratories, music, art and design and technology classrooms. We have state of the art servers supporting our IT systems which incorporate desktop PCs, iMacs, iPads, laptops and three separate IT suites. In the near future we will have a virtual and print library, an advanced ICT learning area and an indoor gymnasium.

We have students aged from 3 to 18 from almost 20 nationalities. Our student population consists of around one third Spanish children, one third British children and one third international children. Our Primary students and younger Secondary students follow the UK National Curriculum. Secondary students study the International Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) in years 10 and 11 and Advanced (“A”) levels in years 12 and 13. In recent years our students have progressed onto postgraduate studies in Madrid, Barcelona, Vienna, Berlin, Amsterdam and universities throughout the UK.


Latest News

“Morna Mia” brings the Palacio de Congresos to life

This year, our traditional Christmas musical theatre production was a variation on the Abba musical Mama Mia. The outstanding performances from the main cast, supported by the primary school classes…

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Science for Year 9 in the world’s biggest laboratory

At the start of December, Year 9 visited the CERN laboratory in Switzerland, as part of their science programme. This allowed them to see this famous site where many particle…

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Year 8 in Prague

At the end of November, Year 8 had the opportunity to consolidate their learning about genetics by visiting the Mendel Museum in the Czech Republic. This three-day science excursion also…

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Hedgehogs visit the Reception class

The children in Reception have been reading stories about woodland creatures and were lucky enough to enjoy a visit from some prickly friends. The hedgehog rescue centre Can Hog brought…

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Fund raising success: Autumn Fair and Halloween

The Autumn fair is now a well-established tradition in our school calendar and this year’s edition took place on Friday 20th October. A huge range of activities were on offer.…

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Year 7’s Iceland adventure

Our Year 7 pupils extended their experiences in science and geography this October by moving much closer to the artic circle. They spent three days in Iceland, following a very…

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Congratulations to the graduating class.

We would like to congratulate our graduating class on their success in the ‘A’ level examinations. Two members of the group each managed to pass a total of five full…

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Final day: Art show and prize giving

On the very last day of term we brought two of our traditional events together to create a very special morning. The annual arts show consisted of a large exhibition,…

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Year 6 in Madrid

Year 6 spent three days in Madrid in June. This visit forms part of their “Viva España” topic work and includes a number of cultural visits in Spain’s capital, ranging…

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6234.59 euros to help the fight against hunger

The “Race Against Hunger” brought all of our pupils together on Friday 19th May in a huge gesture of solidarity. This sponsored run consisted of a 500 metre circuit around…

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