The three Casvi schools are among the 100 best schools in Spain according to the prestigious Forbes magazine

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Ranking Forbes Casvi International American School

Once again, Casvi International American School is ranked among the 100 best schools in Spain according to Forbes magazine.  A list in which the other two schools of our group, Colegio Privado Internacional Casvi and Casvi Boadilla, also stand out.

This recognition is a reward for years of effort, dedication and growth, whose objective has always been to offer the best education to its students.

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Casvi International American School in 80th place

In this ranking, Casvi International American School is placed in the 80th position as one of the best schools in Spain 2022 according to Forbes magazine. This recognition makes us one of the reference schools at the national level and continues to stand out among the centers of Tres Cantos.

This exclusive list has been prepared by a committee of expert educators, psychologists and education professionals selected by the prestigious magazine, who have evaluated more than 300 schools based on 36 criteria, divided into seven blocks. The scoring took into account factors such as student support, academic results, educational offerings, extracurricular activities, facilities, safety and student welfare, among others.

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The keys that have led to the success of Casvi International American School

The methodology of the International Baccalaureate continuous program based on American teaching, multilingualism or its sports facilities are some of the aspects that have made Forbes magazine choose Casvi International American School as one of the 100 best schools in Spain.

It also highlights that the main objective of the school is “to create work habits that help them to face their studies in all stages through transdisciplinary programs, in which they learn to identify, investigate and solve real problems. Thus, from a young age, students learn to assume their own responsibilities and take charge of their own education.”