Ideological principles and Theoretical fundamentals

This project is based on three areas:

Academic excellence

This will be achieved through:

A commitment to educational quality achieved through the sustained high standard of the institutional basis.

The quality of the institution will be monitored through a continuous improvement system that will examine all the educational offerings of the institution. This system will be based on the European model, E.F.Q.M. (European Foundation for Quality Management). Among other categories, it will check study plans and update where necessary to ensure the school meets this European standard.

The creation of a nationally and international respected staff body with a high level of academic achievement who are respected nationally and internationally. Staff will be encouraged to continue their professional development through ongoing training.

Academic excellence is defined by the institution as:

  • Comprehensive education encompassing, a balance of the sciences, humanities, and arts.
  • Development of a critical and creative way of thinking.
  • Promotion of a social, political and environmental consciousness aware of the realities of a globalised world.
  • Building of a stimulating environment of study and work.
  • Injection of a taste for learning and investigation.

A bicultural framework

Education in New Zealand represents one of the most modern educational models. It prioritizes teachers' training and flexible structures that demand educational excellence.
We propose:

  • To stimulate knowledge and value of both cultures, enriching our respective identities.
  • To create spaces of intercultural discourse in a communicative and shared environment
  • To promote teachers' and students' academic and cultural exchange.

Educating in values

Education is understood as the process by which a person is formed. An effective formation of values and the development of pro-social attitudes must be taught through an innovative process.
We plan to:

  • To Constantly educate to form people of integrity.
  • To teach pupils to live responsibly within their society and environments.
  • To stimulate the development of independent people capable of taking decisions focused on achieving a balance between responsibility and freedom.

Institutional Agreements

Agreements will be signed with other institutions at a national level as well as with schools in New Zealand to develop exchanges in knowledge, sport and art.
Cooperation agreements, scholarships and internships with national universities, private national and foreign universities, and other institutions will be signed to guarantee different opportunities and the highest educational future for our graduating students.