2021, a historic year for Casvi
To the recognitions of the newspapers El Mundo, El Español and La Razón (Educational Quality Award), the International Private School Eurocolegio Casvi has just added a fourth one. This time, it has been the prestigious magazine Forbes, which has included us in its list of “50 best schools”. This certifies us as a national and international educational center of reference after 35 years of history; as an international school of higher education.
Pedagogical trends were disrupted last year by the health emergency: online classes, cybersecurity, emotional stress, lack of exercise, concentration problems… Schools, centers of integral education in terms of knowledge transmission, values and emotional health, were forced to face the toughest of exams. That’s why Forges magazine decided to analyze their performance, services and dedication inside and outside their classrooms, choosing the 50 most excellent ones. Among them, Eurocolegio Casvi International Private School.
A recognition that represents the effort, dedication and technological adaptation of this international school teaching online since March 11th. It was done without losing quality, and even keeping the classes in their usual schedules. “Something that has only been achieved in a few centers. We made it possible thanks to the different administrative management, communication and collaborative work systems at our disposal. And also thanks to the technological competences that both students and teachers had”, tell us with pride Juan Luis Yagüe, director of the International Private School Eurocolegio Casvi.
“Then, the return to class in September forced us, once again, to face different variants: face-to-face, semi-face-to-face, online classes… In our case, after the previous experience, we have once again demonstrated that we are prepared to face any of these ways of receiving classes with guarantees. Even if what is needed is to combine them”, he continues.
But this is not the only reason that, according to his own assessment, has led Forbes magazine to include our international school among the “50 Best Schools”. Also the academic and personal excellence achieved by its students within the framework of the International Baccalaureate; its language policy; its constantly evolving teaching methods (an example of this is the implementation of the IB Program Continuum); its innovative project for learning reading and mathematics; or its creative project with the result of more reflective students and better problem solving.
“For us, each recognition is important”, Juan Luis Yagüe explains, “but at international school like Casvi we do not work to achieve these awards, but to offer the best quality education to our students. Our work is always focused on giving them a competitive advantage in their education when they finish their schooling with us”. Therefore, “receiving these awards is not only a source of pride, but it also helps us and encourages us to continue working in this line of improvement”, he concludes.