The Mater Salvatoris School in Lérida is a solid educational institution with more than sixty years of experience. The pedagogy and the educational style of the Sisters of the Company of the Saviour contributed to cement the pillars of an educational centre that combined at the same time tradition, openness and academic excellence.
The history of the school goes back to 1948 when a group of parents asked Mothers María Félix and Carmen Aige to open a school where their daughters could be educated. Their wish became a reality in the 1948-49 school year, when the new school opened its doors in a rented building in the central square of Ricard Vinyes. Until 1982 it was an all girls school, only allowing boys in pre-school.
In 1969 the school moved to its current location in “Partida de Pla de Monsó, 30 about six kilometers from the city centre. Here there would be direct contact with nature and the students could enjoy a healthy and natural environment that would benefit their physical and intellectual growth. Little by little the school has grown and the installations have improved and it is currently made up of a group of buildings, pre-school, primary and secondary school, dining halls, a kitchen and a sports hall, there are also outdoor football pitches, basketball and volleyball courts, gardens and large natural open spaces.