Formation of Character
The formation of intelligence must be accompanied by the formation of will, feelings and emotions; in short, all those parts of a person that make up one’s character. We seek to form men and women with strength of character who are fully in control of themselves, not easily swayed by the changing winds of sentiment.
Formation of Imagination
We cannot forget the role played by imagination in both the understanding of concepts and ideas and in personal creativity. While encouraging a calm control of fantasy, we foster its development to achieve creative personalities that can manifest themselves in a wide range of fields.
Formation of Conscience
This provides us with moral judgement on actions and allows to perceive the difference between good and evil.
Love, Motivation and Self-conviction
The acts of a free man do not follow external imposition but rather stem from assimilated and accepted principles. This is why we lend great importance to motivation. We endeavour to ensure our pupils value and want to live their own formation through personal conviction.
Formation in the Catholic Faith
The school has adopted a fundamental approach based on a Christian view of mankind stemming from a personal relationship of friendship with God that leads them to live their faith and their Christian convictions freely, coherently and happily in everyday life.
Formation in Human Values
It would suffice to reflect on the need and importance of forming young people in the appreciation of such virtues as justice, coherence in life, nobility and mutual respect; the fundamental building blocks for civil coexistence. To these virtues we aim to add a touch of perfection to the degree of humanity possessed by each individual: politeness, refinement, civility, good manners, courteousness, kindness, generosity, etc.
Education in Liberty
As a result of the above, no complete formation of mankind can ignore formation in liberty. For this to be used correctly, the two faculties unique to mankind must be formed: intelligence and will, supported by conscience and properly formed and illuminated by faith.
Our schools place a special emphasis on raising awareness about society today. No-one can truly develop while looking inward all the time. For that reason, we educate our pupils so they are willing to contribute to society and to gradually become more aware of the demands of social justice.