WE EDUCATE THE INTELLIGENCE

At Mater Salvatoris School, we take the intellectual development very seriously. We wake up in them the love for the truth, so that they get to discover the unity of knowledge and to develop a critical sense of the reality. For it, we aim that they have a system, order and precision, developing in the students the perseverance and sacrifice required for the intellectual work.

 

WE EDUCATE THE WILL

In the school Mater Salvatoris, we are convinced that the will is a key piece in the construction of the personality. Today, in a fragile society that lives of the feelings, it is more necessary than ever to forge this capacity. We wish to form free young people, able to fight for great ideals, in their lives, regardless of the environment, circumstances and difficulties.

 

WE EDUCATE THE HEART

In the school Mater Salvatoris, we know that an integrated affectivity and the formation of the own identity are essential to find happiness. For that reason we are convinced that to educate the feelings and emotions in an essential aspect in the human formation. We shape students whose hearts rejoice with the good, the beauty and the love for the truth.

 

WE EDUCATE THE INWARDNESS

In the school Mater Salvatoris, we promote the education of the inwardness, fundamental so that our students can grow daily in personal wealth. We seek that they are deep and mature people able to assume commitments and responsibilities in the social and personal life.

 

WE EDUCATE THE GENEROSITY

In the Mater Salvatoris School, in accordance with St Ignatius of Loyola’s teaching that “Love is better expressed in actions than in words” , we try to develop in all students compassion for those most in need, through charity campaigns, such as the mission weeks or Domund faith and happiness, and the Christmas presents Campaign. In the last courses, there is a direct experience of commitment to the needed ones by means of social work.

 

WE EDUCATE THE FREEDOM

The School Mater Salvatoris teaches its students to exercise their capacity for decision-making and free choice.Freedom is based on trusting in oneself, giving of oneself and personal responsibility. ” The Truth shall set you free” said Jesus. The cultivation of intelligence, which enables true knowledge and the goodness of the will, are the pillars of freedom.