Bell-lloc Baccalaureate

A great step towards university

Bell-lloc offers an upper secondary school baccalaureate level full of opportunities for students to reach their full potential.
Features of Bell-lloc’s upper secondary school


Our upper secondary school offers a wide range of options that allow us  to attend to each student’s profile and needs in a customised way.

We also offer the possibility of pursuing a dual baccalaureate, which combines the national baccalaureate with the IB (International Baccalaureate), allowing them to obtain the double qualification in two academic years.



We have expert and ongoing teaching staff who work with active methodologies, focused on student learning.

We encourage the participation of our students in numerous academic competitions and research contests.



Each student has a personal tutor who accompanies them and helps them grow in personal and academic aspects.

Students are treated in a climate that is academic and a good working environment.



Throughout the two-year baccalaureate course, students enjoy a wide range of educational activities aimed at discovering their future academic orientation.



Bell-lloc offers high school students the opportunity to pursue the International Baccalaureate. These studies are aimed at students with a good academic record who want to study some specific subjects through an internationally recognised programme. For further information on our International Baccalaureate, click here to access our IB website.

Common Baccalaureate

Done by all students

Consolidation Baccalaureate

Students with difficulties

International Baccalaureate (IB)

Students with good academic performance


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    State-Funded Upper Secondary School

    Academic curriculum

    Common subjects

    The following subjects involve 16 teaching hours a week
    • Catalan I and II (1st and 2nd years, 2 + 1 * hours).
    • Spanish I and II (1st and 2nd years, 2 + 1 * hours).
    • English I and II (1st and 2nd years, + 3 hours).
    • Philosophy (1st year, 2 hours and 2nd year, 3 hours).
    • Physical Education (1st year, 2 hours).
    • Contemporary World Sciences (1st year, 2 hours)
    • History (2nd year, 3 hours).
    • Religion (1st year, 2 hours).
    • Anthropology (1st year, 1 hour).
    • Group Tutor (1st and 2nd years, 1 hour).
    • Research work (starts in the first year and ends in the second).
    Option A


    1. Maths (1st and 2nd years).
    2. Physics (1st and 2nd years).
    3. Technical drawing (1st and 2nd years).
    4. Chemical or í Industrial Technology  (1st and 2nd years).
    Option B


    1. Maths (1st and 2nd years).
    2. Physics (1st and 2nd years).
    3. Biology (1st and 2nd years).
    4. Chemistry (1st and 2nd years).
    Option C

    Social Sciences

    1. Maths CCSS (1st and 2nd years).
    2. Modern and Contemporary History or Economics (1st year); History of Art (2nd year).
    3. Economics of Business (Business Management) (1st and 2nd years).
    4. Catalan literature or Sciences of the Earth (1st year); Geography (2nd year).
    Option D


    1. Latin (1st and 2nd years).
    2. Modern and Contemporary History or Economics (1st year); History of Art (2nd year).
    3. Universal Literature (1st year); Spanish Literature (2nd year).
    4. Catalan Literature (1st year); Geography (2nd year).

    NOTE: Other subject combinations are possible but must be consulted. Optional subjects with the same numbering are done at the same time.

    Consolidation Baccalaureate (State-funded)

    One additional hour per week of instrumental subjects:

    • Catalan
    • Spanish
    • Maths

    The International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) was founded in 1968, and is a leader in the field of education. It seeks to develop the individual talents of its students, with high intellectual and academic rigour, fostering civic ideals, international understanding and a continued desire to learn. It currently works with 1,989 schools in 125 countries.

    The Diploma Programme has been at Bell-lloc since 1986, and teaches how to learn, evaluate critically, organise yourself while working, motivate study, and facilitate academic excellence.

    It is a comprehensive plan lasting two years, which we overlay inside the regular baccalaureate (students finish with both qualifications) and consists of:

    Three middle years programme subjects

    Option A and B
    • Catalan MYP (1st year)
    • Philosophy MYP (1st and 2nd years)
    • Chemistry MYP (1st and 2nd years)
    Option C and D
    • Maths MYP (1st and 2nd years)
    • Philosophy MYP (1st and 2nd years)
    • Environmental Systems MYP (1st year)

    Three diploma programme subjects

    Option A and B (1st and 2nd years)
    • Maths DP
    • Physics/biology DP
    • English DP
    Option C and D (1st and 2nd years)
    • Catalan DP
    • Business management / history DP
    • English DP
    • Extended essay (research work).
    • Theory of knowledge (ToK).
    • Case activities (Creativity, Activity and Service).

    One additional hour per week (1st and 2nd years) of Philosophy IB MYP, Catalan IB MYP and DP, Maths IB MYP and DP and Theory of Knowledge IB.


    From 9:00 to 17:00, with 50 minutes of rest in the morning and an hour for lunch at noon, both in 1st and 2nd years, and a free afternoon if neither Consolidation nor International Baccalaureate is done.

    Cultural outings

    Each quarter a cultural outing with small groups is adapted to each type of baccalaureate. Companies, museums, laboratories …