Agora Sant Cugat International School has been nominated for the PIEoneer Awards, the only global awards celebrating innovation and achievements in the field of international education
Agora Sant Cugat International School has been nominated for the PIEoneer Awards in the category of Secondary Learning International Impact Award. With a distinguished judging panel representing geographical and professional diversity, The PIEoneer Awards recognise both individuals and organisations who are pushing professional standards, evolving their engagement or redefining the international student experience. The PIE (Professionals in International Education) is a leading independent communication medium in the field of international education and the PIEoneer Awards are considered the most relevant awards in the sector.
Agora Sant Cugat International School has been nominated for the Award for International Impact on Secondary Learning for its innovative commitment to international students, highlighting initiatives such as its International Home Room (IHR) service, which facilitates the incorporation of new international students helping them to continue the curriculum in any of the three vehicular languages of the centre until they acquire the corresponding level to follow the classes. In addition, other factors have been taken into account such as the immense possibilities offered by belonging to the international group Globeducate, the International Baccalaureate programs or the 65 nationalities present in the school.
Agora Sant Cugat International School is one of the four schools in the international Globeducate group that have submitted to the PIEoneer Awards and all of them have been nominated in different categories: Stonar School (United Kingdom), Rome International School (Italy) and Nobel International School (Portugal) are also finalists in this prestigious call. Winners will be announced during a virtual award ceremony in London on September 11.