Inspired has acquired Mirabal International School
Inspired Education Group, a leading global premium schools group operating in Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America, has acquired Mirabal International School.
Inspired is a co-educational, non-denominational, independent school group designed to inspire students to achieve their maximum potential in a nurturing, progressive academic environment. Mirabal's acquisition forms part of Inspired’s consolidation in the Spanish market, with Mirabal being its fourth acquisition in the country after those of Sotogrande International School, San Patricio and King’s College. Inspired has over 45,000 students across a global network of more than 64 schools.
Founded in 1982 and based in Madrid, Mirabal is a private school, focused on the bilingual (English) education of children from infants to 18-year-olds, with a long-standing reputation for academic excellence, as well as sports, music and technology programs of the highest quality. The school has approximately 1,900 students and employs more than 175 teachers.
Oaklins’ team in Spain acted as the exclusive financial advisor to Inspired in this transaction.
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