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Our Center is among the best in the  northern zone in the general phase of the University Access Test (PAU)

The results of the University Access Test (PAU) of our first high school class have become a new source of pride for our Center. The results of all the schools in the north of Madrid were recently published, including private, subsidized and public. In the general phase, our center has obtained one of the best marks in the north.
With an average mark of 7.4 in the general phase and 100% passing, the breakdown of the average mark obtained in disciplines such as mathematics and English confirms the excellent level of the school:
- Mathematics Applied to Social Sciences: 8.83
- Mathematics II (Technological Scientific): 8.7
- English: 9.2 (3 students obtained a grade 10)
This being our first high school promotion, and with these results we can certify the quality of the work carried out in our center in an integral way.
The students of this class are studying their academic careers at prestigious universities such as:
- Interdisciplinary Center Herzlyia IDC  (Israel)
- Technion Israel Institute of Technology  (Israel)
- The Hebrew University of Jerusalem  (Israel)
- Imperial College London  (UK)
-  The University of Nottingham  (UK)
- Autonomous University  (Spain)
-  University  Maimonides  (Argentina) 
- Northeastern University  (USES)
“... Academic results are part of the process, even if they seem in themselves a goal or the end of the road. The most important thing occurs on the trip, where we get critical, reflective, and autonomous students who sacrifice for themselves and for the other.
Our victory lies in the fact that each student can choose their own path and that is why we work each course, with each one of them, in each one of them. "
Julio Zapata, Head of Studies
"... The excellence and good results of the students who leave school is due to several factors, but the most important is the enthusiasm and dedication of the teachers, whose sole objective is that we learn, enjoy and give what maximum of us. "
Mery Noa Bendahan, graduate
Imperial College London
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