Our unique project and good work continue to attract attention. Once again we are amongst the top 100 schools on the Forbes list. We are very proud to be the only Aragonese school recognised by both this publication, and the newspaper El Mundo, as being amongst the best in the country.
Forbes highlights the Juan de Lanuza School project as “based on fundamental educational principles, such as the participation of the school community in management; a democratic concept of teaching, and education based on centres of interest, project-based learning and cognitive stimulation of the child; integral education, methodology based on discovery and constructivism so that the student can acquire and develop knowledge from their previous schema, thus enhancing their critical and creative abilities, and analytic and synthesis processes.
This well-known publication also mentions some of Juan de Lanuza’s most illustrious alumni, such as Belén Masiá, renowned computer engineer and specialist in computational imagery, Alejandro Egido, engineer and winner of the NOAA 2020 David Johnson Prize, Eneko Igartua, managing director of SkyWay, Pablo Vela, financial director of Rastreator, and our own beloved Art teacher, Sofía Basterra, as a reputed artist.
Having Forbes magazine recognise the academic excellence Juan de Lanuza students achieve, and their success in later life, encourages us to continue striving to form well-rounded citizens who, through self awareness and creativity, have learned to make themselves their own life’s work.