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We provide students with resources that enable them to gain autonomy and freedom to shape their personal, life and professional projects. We offer quality vocational and professional guidance by means of various proposals that contribute to improving their knowledge of themselves and what the university and working world has to offer them.
In a welcoming and demanding environment, we want to awaken a taste for knowledge and culture in our students; help them to mature in their affective nature and in their sensitivity towards others, the environment and society so that they become competent, participative and caring people.
We offer diversified curricula which, based on a wider range of optional subjects, allow us to customise the learning pathways and respond to the interests of the pupils. In all the Upper Secondary disciplines: Arts, Science and Technology, Social Sciences and Humanities.
A team of leading professionals and experts in the development of students and in accompanying them in their higher education studies.
Education professionals who plan and assess as a team: tutors, specialists, guides, mentors, counsellors, psychopedagogical team, English conversation assistants, technical staff, management staff, etc.
We offer individual or group tutoring to take care of students’ personal and academic progress and to accompany them in the development of their life and career.
We have established the figure of a mentor to accompany the pupils’ spiritual development.
We propose conversation sessions in English, in small groups, to increase the oral communicative competence of each pupil.
We are staffed by a psycho-pedagogical team to attend to the diversity of learning rhythms and needs of the pupils, and to provide advice and monitoring.
We have integrated the after-school education team into the school year’s educational team to contribute to the pupils’ all-round education.
We have spaces and services that cover the needs of students during school hours from Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8.15 am to 2.30 pm; Tuesday and Thursday from 8.15 am to 1.35 pm and from 3.05 pm to 4.55 pm in Year 1, and from Monday to Friday from 8.15 am to 2.30 pm in Year 2.
We have a space where students can take part in teaching activities, learn to enjoy reading or use it as a place for study or consultation.
We have a vast collection of books for all ages, newspapers and magazines, computers and rooms for group work.
We publish internal school information through the laNet platform, the school app and the class diaries, to view and track school activities and proposals.
We attend to the primary care needs of our pupils throughout the school day.
Dining room with own kitchen
We offer balanced menus adapted to suit the needs of the pupils, supervised by nutritionists.
Sale of school and sports clothing
School clothes can be purchased via our online shop.
We offer the possibility of experiencing the Christian faith together with other families in formative spaces.
We offer sporting, cultural and artistic activities outside school hours. These activities are run and managed by the school and are voluntary. They form part of our educational project and the comprehensive education of our pupils.
Summer camps and schools
We travel to get closer to the origins of the Society of Jesus. We offer a time for personal and spiritual reflection, and a space to answer the questions we raise: Who am I? Who do I want to be? On whose behalf do I want to live?
We visit the Auschwitz concentration camp and its surroundings. We will have an experience of personal and spiritual exploration of this reality, in order to individually reflect on our position in the world.
We spend time with other young people to stop and dedicate time to prayer, silence, reflection and encounter with God in the Taizé community. This activity helps young people in their process of personal maturity and Christian living, at an important stage of their lives.
We travelled to Ceuta to discover the real situation of the people who come to Spain trying to cross the border fence. We accompany our students to become aware of the reality, to break down borders and to be conscious that hospitality is the alternative.
Life experiences in summer
We offer retreats, urban work camp, the Way of St. James.