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    I know this is an old thread, but I was wondering if there are new insights about this subject. We are planning to move permanently to Barcelona this summer. We are interested in Public Schools, mainly because we want our 11 (almost 12) y.o. girl to fully integrate into the Catalan culture/society. She will be starting secondary school (ESO), so it's going to be a bit of a challenge.

    The school choice is going to be main variable and will likely dictate where we decide to live. We want to be somewhere central with easy access to the cultural offerings of the city. We definitely want to avoid areas that are too bohemian or ghettoized. On the other hand It would be great to have some international flavor both in the school and the neighborhood. We were reading an article about foreign people leaving in Barcelona and it seems that Gotic is one the areas with the largest concentration of English speakers. Obviously, they are likely mostly single young people without children, but we would like to hear first-hand experiences about schools in that area. We are also interested in Gracia, Eixample (both Dreta and Esquerra), Poble Nou, the whole sea front area East of Barceloneta, so if anybody can offer some advice about those areas we would greatly appreciate it.

    I hope Lucy, the original post creator is still following this thread, because we would love to hear about her experience. Also Brian seem to have a very good understanding of the situation of the city and the country as a whole. So we would love to hear from them.

    Gracies a tothom!


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