Experience gained over the years teaches us that pupils, at different stages of their schooling, have different learning processes for times and methods. This is why we consider homogenous education as a choice of personal opportunity, through which to put every single student in the best condition to face his own path of growth.
Homogeneous education in age, for children up to the age of six, and in gender for primary and secondary cycles. This setting concerns only the moments of learning in the classroom, while the rest of the activities – laboratories, projects, experiences – is conceived in relationship and partnership.
We are convinced that children of different ages in nurseries and preschools and boys and girls in primary and secondary schools feel more at ease when they are separated in learning activities and together in everything that sees them as active protagonists.