Alumnos en la escalera del colegioWe are a Catholic Education Center, directed by the Society of Jesus, hosted by public funding with a full concert in ESO, Middle Years Formative Cycles, Basic Vocational Training and in a singular concert in Bachillerato.

The educational principles respond to the proposal of the centers directed by the Society of Jesus. Therefore, belonging to the Educational Community implies accepting the basic principles of Character, the Regulation of organization and operation and the Coexistence Plan of the Center.

The General Norms of Order and Coexistence seek to make possible the Christian Education Project of the Society of Jesus: to form people for others. They must be fulfilled, firstly, within the school premises, but also in the entrance square and adjacent streets. Secondly, these norms must generate a personal style especially in students. In this sense, it is necessary to know and accept the rules by the members of the Educational Community in order to promote among all the values ​​that are intended. Finally, educators, teachers and employees, will ensure that they are respected and all students have to follow the indications that they can do.

They are grouped around four great values ​​such as respect, responsibility, listening and common effort.

Respect makes possible relationships of trust among all.

  • Respect is translated in gestures as well as in words, always avoiding fights, motes, insults, bad words and anything that hurts or offends.
  • Respect one’s own and others’ health. This entails not smoking throughout the school grounds.
  • Respect requires avoiding personal injury: you can not play with dangerous instruments. In particular you can not play with large footballs.
  • Respecting everything else includes especially the belongings of students or educators of the College, always being used with due permission. The center is not responsible for valuables.
  • Respecting others during school work implies that hygiene and personal appearance should be adequate, with showers especially necessary after Physical Education.
  • Respect means that, on the one hand, clothing must be adequate for each educational activity. In particular, they will not be able to wear a t-shirt, or tracksuit (a garment reserved for Physical Education classes), or short trousers. During their stay at the Center students will be properly dressed and neat.
  • Respecting the common spaces requires that between class and class students should remain in the classroom preparing appropriately for the next class (taking out the books, notebooks …, remembering where the teacher stayed the day before …), avoiding voices , Go out into the hall, go to the toilet or take advantage of other tasks. In any case, as a general rule, if there is any justified cause to leave the classroom, the incoming teacher will be asked to request his permission; Never to the outgoing teacher.
  • Respecting class time makes us attentive to the teacher’s input and wait for the teacher to dismiss the class. If the teacher is late, each student will be in his / her seat preparing the class.
  • To respect in the Chapel makes us try to be actively participating in the prayers or celebrations.

Responsibility makes us take advantage of all the means at our disposal for the personal and group good.

  • Be responsible in getting to class on time. Punctuality is very important allowing us all to start the activities at the same time, without interruptions.
  • Be responsible in the operation of any academic, formative, pastoral, extracurricular or sports activity. To do this, we must commit ourselves to what has been mandated and create a general positive climate.
  • Be responsible for school supplies. It should always be brought and kept clean not only the material but also the furniture.
  • Be responsible for cleaning the College. The school and its surroundings must be kept clean, using the wastebaskets conveniently.
  • Be responsible for bringing homework or school notices in due time. Any writing requiring family approval must be returned signed.
  • Be responsible for being in the designated areas for their respective stage. Only the center can be abandoned for reasons justified by a written note from the parents and endorsed by the tutor, coordinator or head of studies (note that will be delivered at the reception desk). In case of illness, fever … during the school day will go to the doctor who will decide what to do; In any case, the center will not be left without the permission of the doctor, tutor, coordinator or head of studies, who will call, if possible, your parents to inform them.

Listening favors a healthy environment and serious work.

  • Listening to enable the normal development of the class requires constant silence.
  • Listening to create an environment of tolerance and respect involves attending to the speaker without belittling the contrary opinion
  • Listening to learn together implies that participation must be done in turns by raising the hand and speaking when the word is given.
  • Listening requires a climate without external interference, and therefore during the school period, It is reported that it is forbidden to take and use mobile phones and electronic devices (walkman, mp3 …)

Effort leads us to overcome and improve.

  • Individual effort: All students must be forming serious work habits and according to each stage always balancing study, prayer, rest and sport.
  • Constant effort: Work must be valued by everyone always looking for the work well done.
  • Shared Effort: Healthy companionship must be encouraged in order to learn and overcome personal or group difficulties without violence, scorn or harassment.
  • Demanding effort: We must all be sensitive to trying to get the best out of ourselves and others, always avoiding gestures, words or attitudes that foster unhealthy competitiveness.