Presentation of diplomas for our latest Diploma Programme (IB) graduates

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Entrega de diplomas para los alumnos del Programa Diploma de Bachillerato Internacional en Casvi

The best news came in July. And it was that all the students of the International Private School Eurocolegio Casvi, presented to the final exams of the Diploma Programme (IB), had passed. Moreover, they had done it with a good grade. An average of 34.9 (out of 45). Much higher than the averages in 2020 in Spain (30.71) and the World (31.34). Now, the good news came with the presentation of diplomas to our last graduates of the Diploma Programme (International Baccalaureate).

This is how the graduation ceremony and the presentation of diplomas took place. We show it in this image gallery.

International Baccalaureate, an excellent baccalaureate for everyone

Not long ago, the International Baccalaureate was something reserved for the best students. Nowadays, thanks to the International Baccalaureate Continuum (PEP, PAI and PD) that we have at Casvi, we offer all our students, from the age of 3, a methodology that allows us to increase the percentage of students who can access this brilliant curriculum. We have been able to prove it in this delivery of diplomas for our last graduates of the Diploma Program.

In fact, in this academic year 2021-22, 47.62% of the students who are taking the Baccalaureate will do so within the Diploma Programme (IB). Of these, 38.46% are in the Bilingual Diploma Programme.

In this academic year 2021-22, 47.62% of the students who take the Baccalaureate will do so within the Diploma Programme (IB).

Benefits of the Methodology (IB)

From their earliest years of learning, it benefits them in the following ways:

  1. First, it prepares them for life by confronting them from a young age with real challenges and situations.
  2. Also, it offers them an individualized education.
  3. It stimulates their curiosity for research.
  4. And it encourages students to think independently.
  5. It also encourages them to be the drivers of their own learning, fostering their critical thinking and self-discipline, which will help them to be prepared for the future as adults.
  6. And finally, it helps them become more aware of cultural differences by learning new languages, enabling them to relate to others in a more globalized and rapidly changing world.

We have seen this reflected in the awarding of diplomas to our latest graduates of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program. The IB Continuum enables an international education that stimulates students. It does so in order for them to achieve their academic and personal goals. This leads them not only to excel in their studies, but also to personal growth.