We believe that the student’s human and spiritual growth is the foundation providing the basis for other learning. That is why we accompany them in this process, so that they become unified individuals (Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat), who are always able to choose truth and justice.
We are inspired by the Gospel, because we believe in the new vision for the world and for humanity that Jesus announced: the joy of living, and sensitivity towards the most vulnerable.
Reflection and spirituality
We organise retreats and Christian Education seminars (CES): we devote space and time for students to work on their inner self, and to construct a consistent system of beliefs and principles that give meaning to their life.
We celebrate the Eucharist, liturgical prayers, sacraments and institutional celebrations: we aim to integrate the life of Faith in our students’ daily experiences. We engage in celebrations as a community.
We encourage prayer and provide time for inner reflection: we begin our days with times for attention and awareness, so that students can experience in depth and enjoy all the details that make up their day to day lives.
We encourage students to participate in voluntary work: voluntary activities give the student the wealth and joy of serving. Students can carry out activities on a truly voluntary basis, but we have also included some of these activities within the school curriculum (social action, in high school).
We have a mediation team to resolve conflicts. We believe in dialogue as a fundamental tool for human relations, and as such at our school we have a protocol of action if needed. We believe that students should consider the dignity of people to be a fundamental right.
We are a Green School. We aim to convey environmental values, and for our students to obtain the environmental awareness necessary to take care of our environment and the planet.