Former Pupils | International private school Agora Sant Cugat
At Agora Sant Cugat International School, we are extremely proud of our community of former pupils. They are an asset to the school’s academic community, and it is rewarding to observe how our collaboration in their education is productive for their future beyond school, and that thanks to this educational base, they achieve their goals.
For Agora Sant Cugat International School, there is no greater satisfaction than the success of our pupils. We’re pleased to have been part of this initial stage of their lives, and to continue to be present in their history.
We don’t want to be a school in their memory, we want to be a key experience in their trajectory.
Marc Morató is 30 years old and is the captain of Marina Mercante, right now he commands a 300-metre long ship, with 30 people on board and a cargo of liquefied natural gas. A huge responsibility. Via satellite from Puerto Rico, he tells us some of his memories of the school. “I began to learn respect, perseverance, and responsibility there. Those values then become attitudes:”
“I entered Agora in 1st of Primary and last year I graduated. Over the course of these years at the school I have met lots of classmates and teachers, creating links that I know will last a long time. At the school I have always found a positive and uplifting atmosphere, and the education offered is rigorous, but with an important human factor.
Particularly lately, the school has tried to adapt to a globalised world, offering multiple internationalisation projects, such as the International Baccalaureate (IB) that I studied. The IB is a demanding programme which requires a great personal commitment, but which provides a very complete education. Now that I am at university, I realise everything I have learnt, such as independent work, which will benefit me not just in my future as a student, but in my whole life.”