On Wednesday, March 4, as usual every year, the national newspaper El Mundo has published the Ranking of the 100 Best Schools in Spain, a selection resulting from an exhaustive analysis of more than a thousand centers and the result of applying 27 criteria.
One more year, Colegio San Patricio is positioned among the ten best schools obtaining the highest score.
We are proud that in Group A “Teaching Model” in which criteria are such as: educational model, recognition, quality models, student evaluation … among others, San Patricio has achieved the highest score within the group of the excellent schools that have obtained the highest qualification.
Álvaro Moltó, headmaster of La Moraleja campus, for Infant and Primary students, affirms: “It is a pride to be able to work every day to provide the best possible training, within our educational model. We will continue working to improve, learn and develop the programs that our families and students need most, at the moment they are in, in order to fulfill our mission: ‘Educate men and women of good, through an educational model that allow them to adapt personally and professionally, to the society they have to live”.
With regard to the highlights of the school, the publication makes special mention of the educational, artistic, social and international cooperation programs offered by the San Patricio Foundation. On the other hand, it also highlights the academic results of the students, which exceed the average by more than three points.
“The students of the school have always stood out for having excellent results based on an orientation during their high school years. Without a doubt, the international orientation of its Baccalaureate programs generates a profile of the student very connected to the world. A selected team of teachers, an accompaniment program in the different areas of knowledge and the development of arts and sports allow students to be incorporated in 99% to their first option to the University and career both in Spain and in the best Universities in Europe and the USA” declares, Jaime Úbeda, headmaster of El Soto campus where high school students study.
This result is a consequence of the continued work of the entire educational community, to which from the school we want to give the deepest congratulations.