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"The first goal of education is to create men who are capable of doing new things; men who are creators, inventors, discoverers."
Jean Piaget

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High school

Our student enters a situation of reflection, once he has established his study rhythm, treating the contents and learning methods with greater naturalness.

The guidelines of the new high school place the school as the main agent in defining the curriculum, the teacher as the transforming agent and the student, the target citizen of all change. The goal is to provide students with knowledge capable of making them critical, versatile and able to continue learning and adapting to the constant demands of the globalized world. The organization of the High School curriculum should be guided by some assumptions:

  • Organic view of knowledge (based on different assumptions about the nature of human beings), in tune with the surprising changes that access to information is causing in the way of approaching, analyzing, explaining and predicting reality, so well illustrated in the hypertext that each time more it interweaves the text of speeches, speeches and conceptual constructions;

  • Willingness to pursue this vision, organizing and dealing with teaching content and learning situations, in order to highlight the multiple interactions between curriculum subjects;

  • Openness and sensitivity to identify the relationships that exist between teaching content and learning situations with the many contexts of social and personal life, in order to establish an active relationship between the student and the objective of knowledge and to develop the ability to relate what has been learned to what has been observed, theory with its consequences and practical applications;

  • Recognition of languages as ways of constituting knowledge and identities; recognition and acceptance that knowledge is a collective construction and that learning mobilizes affections, emotions and relationships with peers, in addition to cognitions and intellectual skills.

In various learning situations, our students are encouraged to:

  • Analyze thematic elements and their relationship with practice;

  • Identify problems and propose resolution strategies;

  • Formulate hypotheses applicable to different contexts;

  • Intensify curiosity and research as a means of consolidating and expanding learning;

  • Expand their communication skills, especially in other languages (English, French and Spanish), so that they can support their personal choices;

  • Continuously prepare to take national (ENEM) and language (Cambridge Exam) exams;

  • Understand your strengths and weaknesses in the learning process, always seeking to develop a methodology for this;

  • Reflect on postures.

The contents taught by our faculty should be seen as a means to build competences and not as ends in themselves, the work of reasoning must prevail over memory and knowledge must be experienced by the student and not just transmitted to him. Our program is dynamic and not tied to pre-formed molds or rigidly following a textbook.

Finally, our students should be able to build competences, skills and dispositions of conduct that make it possible for them to enter society in a productive, creative and creative way.



In high school the number of classes
decreases, but students maintain the school's philosophy of learning through various means.
  The singing and the instrument also assume the function of relaxing the mind and providing the student's well-being.


pre entrance exam

pre entrance exam

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