Forbes highlights that Agora International Schools are characterized by educational innovation, high academic performance, and personalized attention to the needs of each student. They offer both Spanish and international baccalaureate options, a commitment to multilingualism with native or bilingual teachers, language immersion, and access to official certifications, as well as international experiences.
Agora schools are also known for collaborating with different associations and NGOs, as well as maintaining programs with various national and international universities, a high level of artistic music programs and conservatories, or even in the case of Agora Madrid, the only school in Europe to offer a specialized International Baccalaureate Diploma Program in Performing Arts and Cinema.
In addition, Agora International centers stand out for their wide range of sports, technological and artistic co-curricular activities, and for offering a wide range of Vocational Training programs in two of them (Agora Barcelona and Agora Sant Cugat). Agora Barcelona offers a double Vocational Training certification with official English certification and excellent sports facilities that enable different sports programs, while Agora Sant Cugat is one of the few authorized schools in Spain to teach the IB Continuum, in addition to making a special commitment to training in music and expressive arts, highlighting its direct link with the Liceo Conservatory of Barcelona.
Agora Portals is a true reference on the island of Mallorca, where its commitment to Steam actions has its clearly distinguishing point in its avant-garde “Sea Classroom” and its commitment to integrated artistic and musical training.
Agora Lledó is fundamentally accredited as a true national reference in academic results in National Baccalaureate, and among the best in Europe at the international level.
Forbes highlights that it has taken into account the following criteria where Agora has excelled:
- The student-teacher ratio, attention to students with special educational needs, and students who complete their studies.
- Average grades in external evaluations.
- Languages studied, extracurricular activities offered by the school, and baccalaureate itineraries available.
- Center infrastructure, transportation, nursing, and nutrition services.
- Tutoring and diversity, guidance department, external training, etc.
- Price, waiting list, percentage of former students who bring their children to the school, famous alumni.
- Business classes, secularism, and uniform.