High school: the responsible years
High school represents a decisive moment in the education of our girls. During these years, the focus of our curriculum becomes clearly academic, since they start to prepare themselves for the final stage of their studies: the difficult university entrance exam.
Of course, this preparation cannot be achieved in high-school and pre-university alone. Our students are trained from pre-school to face high academic challenges so they arrive in high school with a strong academic level. But in high school, the focus of their studies evolves: until middle school, we consider that high academic results should be the consequence of a holistic learning, while in high school and pre-university, it is by striving for high academic results that they will complete their holistic education.
Through specially designed research programs and preparatory classes created for the Olympiad competitions and featuring mathematics and physics, this new focus is realized. And through hard work, intellectual challenge, and friendly competition, our girls learn cooperation, strength and the ability to perfect their work. By facing these high academic conditions, our students develop deep self-knowledge and solid determination, allowing them to build a future for themselves and others. By encouraging our girls to be independent, reflective, and social, we endeavor to raise successful women who will be an asset to themselves and their society.