The LOE Baccalaureate is structured in two academic courses (1st and 2nd).
These are multi-purpose, integrative, flexible and guiding studies. They aim to ensure, in a culturally and technically changing society, the integral formation of the student, intellectual and human maturity, and the acquisition and integration of new knowledge and skills, facilitating the rigorous use of cognitive tools.
They can choose into two types of Baccalaureate:
- Sciences and Technology.
- Humanities and Social Sciences
At the end of this stage we want our students to acquire the ability to live in Truth and choose Goodness by striving to be persons rather than materialists. The aim is that students are creative, with a critical spirit, open minded, supportive, integrity, mature and reflective.