Yago School is a private, secular, co-educational school offering places for pupils from the age of 0 right through to Secondary and Baccalaureate.
Yago School History
Yago School is a pioneering brand in education that has always encompassed tradition and innovation. It started life in Dublin in 1979 with an original and unique approach to education: teaching the Spanish curriculum in an English-speaking environment, in order to provide pupils with a high degree of bilingualism and immersion in a culture different from their home countries.
Due to the recession in the 90s the schools were unable to remain open, but the 15,000 pupils from various countries who have passed through their halls still have fond memories of their education and wear the “Y” logo of Yago School with pride to this day. Some of those same pupils, along with an excellent team of professionals, now comprise the teaching and managerial staff of the new Yago School in Seville.
Since the beginning, and still today, Yago School’s principles have been built on five educational pillars:traditional values, bilingualism, sports, music and new technologies. Five bases that, combined with demanding academic education, provide our pupils with an extremely solid foundation from which to succeed in both their personal and professional lives.
Most important are the traditional values, so necessary in today’s society, of respect, discipline, effort, autonomy, tolerance, responsibility, friendship and solidarity which are prerequisites for the pupils to have the best approach to learning. Without these, knowledge is never completely achieved; therefore, for us education begins by addressing these essential human qualities first.