The majority of our pupils who decide to study Baccalaureate have made up their minds to go to university. These two years involve a great deal of theoretical content, and it is important to closely follow each pupil’s progress, both academically and emotionally, to ensure that they reach their full potential. To do this, Agora Lledó International School has a Guidance Department which helps pupils find the careers which most interest them. To resolve any doubts they may have, pupils have the chance to attend talks and fairs as well as visit some of the main universities.
It is at this academic phase, Baccalaureate, when our pupils reach an important turning point. At this stage, pupils must have their own motivation for learning and moving forward, opening up a broad professional path to them. The school’s two main objectives at this stage are to offer pupils a high academic level, so that they can achieve the best possible results in their University Entrance Exams, and also to shape people who are capable of facing the high demands of university studies.
Pupils can choose between two different areas or “branches”:
At our school we achieve Educational Excellence through the use of various education systems:
We manage to get our Baccalaureate students into the university degrees of their choice and we guide them towards the best option or university. We provide them with a wide range of possibilities and resources that ensure their success in life on both a personal and professional level. Our Baccalaureate programme prepares them for whatever they want to do in life.
“This is my sixth and final year at the school, and all this time I’ve felt taken care of. Thanks to the support I have been given, I’ve been able to combine my student life with the life of an elite gymnast. That’s why I am grateful to the school management, the teachers and my classmates for everything they’ve done in the good and the bad moments. I feel perfectly prepared to embark on my path to university and to achieve another of my dreams, to study medicine.”
2nd Baccalaureate Pupil