“The Baccalaureate is the transition between the long school period and the university future. It is a moment which puts teachers and pupils to the test. For us, the teachers, it is the last challenge to get the very best from our pupils. For them, the pupils, it is a stage in which, at their own responsibility, they must make those decisions which will direct them towards university life.
For those of us who have had the honour to be founding teachers of the school, and therefore to have accompanied a great number of pupils on the home straight of their education, our greatest satisfaction resides in having collaborated in their academic growth, but especially, in their personal growth. Knowledge and values are united in our daily work to ensure that our pupils acquire a comprehensive education.”