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We are the foundation responsible for the eight Jesuit schools in Catalonia. Our mission is to educate people so that they can live fully, work for the common good and share the desire to transform themselves in order to transform the world.
Our schools are spaces for innovation in education. We promote the continuous training of the teaching staff and develop a global educational proposal: both academic and personal. We help students acquire skills to interact with an evolving multicultural world. From the schools of the network, we convey to the students the value of transforming oneself in order to transform the world.
Learn about the eight Jesuit schools in Catalonia:
Horizon+ is the educational project of the Jesuit schools. A global proposal that responds to the challenge of educating forward-looking individuals with a hopeful and transformative attitude.
The work of the professional community of Jesuit schools is essential to our model. We are committed, passionate people with a vocation for education. We promote collaboration among teachers with tools such as continuous training and innovation. And so we offer an education that helps each person become the best version of themselves. We work together for the full development of students with high quality personal, academic and spiritual support.
We involve families as a fundamental part of our educational transformation. Their participation in the day-to-day life of the Jesuit schools helps us draw up action plans and continuous improvement plans.
We incorporate the values of the Gospel into our educational project through a vision:
With this vision of the Gospel, we educate in habits and values. We encourage a view of the world that allows us to reflect on it and participate in it.
We train people with and for others. We want to turn students into global citizens: people capable of making decisions, helping others and changing their environment. This humanistic vision is embodied in the five areas addressed at Jesuit schools:
Our vision of global citizenship goes back to the beginnings of the Society of Jesus, at the end of the 16th century. When it ventured out into the world, the Society of Jesus encountered a great diversity of people and culture that enriched its experience.
This human, intercultural and interlinguistic dimension remains present in the Foundation today, and is reflected in our educational project.
For us, joining the education of Jesuit schools to global citizenship means joining a tradition of faith, justice, dialogue and reconciliation through a humanistic and global formative proposal. It is the opportunity to prepare engaged, compassionate, competent and aware individuals to interact with the world, and transform it by transforming themselves.