SECONDARY EDUCATION 12 - 16 YEARS.
It is the moment to Deepen the training process and develop personal maturity.
The stage of values and knowledge
During Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO), adolescents acquire the values, knowledge and skills necessary to achieve as many goals as they set for their future.
In this stage, we focus our efforts as educators to train people to overcome difficulties, feel fulfilled and be happy both in their personal and professional lives.
We believe in space as an educational tool in the teaching process before adult life. We base our approach on the eight lines of identification that identify us.
A space in which to develop personality and skills adapted to the society of the future.
We educate students in a personal way, combining academic training with education in Christian values adapted to modern times.
We are pioneers in introducing technology into the educational field using the 1×1 methodology, providing the necessary guidelines for its correct application in personal and professional life. It is in the fourth and final year that the student begins to make decisions that will guide them in the future, with a choice between two course itineraries with modality subjects:
- Scope of Sciences: Biology-Geology and Physics-Chemistry.
- Scope of Language and Literature: Latin and Economics.
You must also choose between two elective subjects, one from each block:
- Elective Block 1: Initiation to Entrepreneurial and Business Activity, Plastic .
- Elective Block 2: French, German, Technology or IT (Computer Science).
Our team of educators is excited and committed to our educational project, dedicated to providing the best possible training to each student.
The teaching team consists of 46 educators and an orientation department with a psychologist, two pedagogues-therapists and technicians in special education. We also have a Youth Ministry team.
Structure and Facilities
- 5 classrooms for 1st ESO.
- 5 classrooms for 2nd ESO.
- 5 classrooms for 3rd ESO.
- 5 classrooms for 4th ESO.
We want to promote a climate of coexistence that favours learning and personal development of the children. We have new spaces and facilities designed and adapted to suit the needs of the students.
ESO offers a great leap in language learning as it is the stage prior to Baccalaureate, where it is necessary to possess advanced knowledge of Basque, English and Spanish. In the Second Cycle, English and Basque (models B and D) are taught in levels and in smaller groups in order to optimize learning.
The training is focused on preparation for the corresponding official degrees and, in the case of English, preparation to sit exams corresponding to the University of Cambridge official degrees at our facilities. French and German are taught as electives.
Timetable and calendar
Opening hours from 8:00 a.m. to 1:10 p.m. and from 2:40 p.m. to 4:30 p.m
Continuous working hours from 8:00 a.m. to 2:05 p.m.
1st ESO students enter on Wednesdays and Fridays at 8:00 a.m., the rest of the days at 9:00 a.m.
2nd ESO students enter on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8:00 a.m., the rest of the days at 9:00 a.m.
L3rd ESO students enter on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8:00 a.m., the rest of the days at 9:00 a.m.
4th ESO students enter every day at 8:00 a.m.
A digital device is used.
The 4th year ESO students went to spend a day in Arditurri. After leaving "the mole" in Fandería, they took the bidegorri and after two hours they visited a mine dating back to Roman times.
The DBH 1 and DBH2 students visited the Koldo Mitxelena exhibition on the Civil War in Gipuzkoa, resistance and dignity. The exhibition of posters and comics from the time allowed students to get closer to the memories of the Civil War.
For yet another year, 4th ESO students were able to enjoy a few unforgettable days in Valencia. It was surely one of their first outings with friends and schoolmates, making it even more special if that could be possible.