Families | International private school Agora Sant Cugat
+26 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
At Agora Sant Cugat International School, we believe that family is a fundamental pillar in the pupils’ learning process. We believe in a constant, triangular relationship between school, students, and families, making families participants in education, an important stage in the children’s lives.
We encourage communication to create an atmosphere of confidence and to enrich links in a close and personal way, adapted to the needs of the pupils and their families. Agora Sant Cugat International School’s objective is to develop a harmonious bond, in which the families are aware of every decision which involves the pupils, and at the same time gain an in-depth understanding of how the entire school operates.
The family-school relationship is fundamental for working together. We focus on educating in academics, in developing people so that they can form part of the world, without forgetting the values we want to transmit. We ensure that the pupils have responsible freedom, accepting and assuming their responsibilities and the consequences of their actions, that they are capable of analysing what happens around them, and that they learn to have self-control and self-discipline. The school and the family share a priority: the pupils’ comprehensive development.
“We want to highlight first of all, the high-quality and demanding educational work which ASCIS offers all the pupils, which is progressive, and at the same time uniform, with regard to values and academic disciplines, which is developed from Infant Education and concluded in the Baccalaureate.
This homogeneity in the method and in their approach enables families and ASCIS to have the opportunity to find the place from which to work together to ensure the correct development of our children’s education.
As well as the values that the teaching team, very professional and committed, and the rest of the ASCIS staff are able to transmit to the children and young people, it is very important to us to be able to complement our children’s academic education with other connected experiences, among others, in the world of music, literary contests, charity projects, and of course, exchanges with other schools in different countries, which offer them the possibility to broaden their horizons and discover other cultures and ways of living first hand.”