The Baccalaureate stage corresponds to the developmental period
between the ages of 16 and 18.
This is post-compulsory education.
Here students already choose a course of study according to their personal characteristics and academic preferences.

In the years of Baccalaureate, the tutorial action seeks to advance in the shaping of the personality and in self-knowledge.
The sociability of students is enhanced by the opportunities for coexistence offered by the optional subjects and the academic use of new technologies.
In terms of learning, at this time, 
critical thinking is strengthened and a personal style of intellectual work is developed. All this implies an important progress in the competences of individuals, which prepares them for further studies.


Modality of Science and Technology (download 1st and 2nd grade subjects).

Modality of Humanities and Social Sciences (download 1st and 2nd grade subjects).

In each of the modalities, each student will develop their own training itinerary through the choice of different subjects that will prepare them adequately for the Final Assessment of the Baccalaureate and for access to subsequent professional or university studies.

Linguistic Models

The language models A (Spanish) and B (more than 50% of the hours are taught in Basque) are offered.
As a first foreign language, you can choose to study English or French (provided that it is possible to form groups with a minimum number of students).
In addition, the specific subject of Artistic Drawing will be taught in English.


Baccalaureate is organised in common, modality and elective subjects


They are compulsory in any modality and include a characteristic subject of the modality chosen by the student (in Science, Mathematics, and, in Social Sciences and Humanities, Latin or Mathematics applied to Social Sciences).


Their aim is to provide a specific training linked to the chosen modality that serves as a guide in a field of knowledge and enhances insertion in a specific field of work.

Students must take a minimum of six subjects of modality in the two years of the Baccalaureate.


Their mission is to allow the student to study in depth subjects of their modality or to take a subject of another modality, making a mixed baccalaureate with subjects of several modalities.

In this space, students are encouraged to continue with their training in either a second foreign language or in ICTs.


Grade 1

In grade 1, there are 34 hours in the morning

with the following weekly schedule:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday:
8:00 a.m.- 3:15 p.m.
8:00 a.m. – 2:20 p.m.

Grade 2

In grade 2, there are 33 hours in the morning

with the following weekly schedule:

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday:
8:00 a.m.- 3:15 p.m.
Wednesday and Friday:
8:00 a.m. – 2:20 p.m.


Throughout their Baccalaureate studies, students will have access to individualised guidance to help them make the necessary decisions. The tutor, together with the family, will be aware of any difficulties the student may have so that the most appropriate measures can be taken.
They will have updated information in their digital portfolios.

Throughout the stage, the student will receive all the information that is generated about  access to University and to Higher Level Training Cycles, through the weekly sessions of Tutoring, the sessions of orientation with the coordinator of Baccalaureate, visits to certain University Fairs such as those of the UPV or Unitour, visits to the Centre of different Public and Private Universities, Vocational Training Centres and personalised interviews with the tutor and the Baccalaureate coordinator.

Useful links

With regard to the choice of subjects in Baccalaureate, it is interesting to know the link between these subjects and the access to university. Click here to see those corresponding to the University of the Basque Country.

The connection between the different modalities of Baccalaureate and the Higher-Level Training Cycles can also be visited.  To do so, please click here.