Spanish school calendar 2011 - 2012

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We have provided here some useful information on the Spanish school calendar 2011 - 2012 issued by the Junta de Andalucia for local and national holidays celebrated by school students in the Malaga district. If you find this helpful or have some more suggestions, please let us know!


12th (Monday) - Primary school starts (educacion infantíl, primaria y educación special)

15th (Thursday) - Secondary school starts


12th (Wednesday) - National Spanish holiday (Dia de la Hispanidad)
31st (Monday) - Dia no lectivo (no school)


1st (Tuesday) - All Saints Day (national holiday)


6th (Tuesday) - Spanish constitution day (national holiday)

8th (Thursday) - Feast of the Immaculate Conception (national holiday)

24th (Saturday) - January 8th (Sunday), 2012 - Christmas holiday



27th (Monday) - March 2nd (Friday) - Semana Blanca

28th (Monday) - Andalusia Day (autonomous holiday)

MARCH 2012

APRIL 2012

2nd (Monday) - 6th (Friday) - Semana Santa (Easter)

30th (Monday) - Dia no lectivo (no school)

MAY 2012

1st (Tuesday) - Labor Day (national holiday)

JUNE 2012

22nd (Friday) - Last day of school (all levels)

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