Educational offer

National baccalaureate

The LOMCE Baccalaureate at La Salle Bonanova is based on the direct participation of students. The student is the real protagonist of their training and learning.

The purpose of the Baccalaureate is the integral training of the student, so that he achieves a good preparation and orientation for life and for university education from success and excellence, cultivating responsibility, critical spirit, good personal organization, study, effort, perseverance and coexistence, in a fully pre-university environment.

We take special care in human and Christian formation according to our Own Character. Our goal is for students to obtain quality human training and to have all the technological and pedagogical means to achieve this. That is why we work to ensure that students are fully prepared to achieve their future goals.

Individual tutorials with students and families altogether with our evaluation model, allow us to make a careful accompaniment to interpret the results and grow the talents from good personal organization , getting students to take mature attitudes towards society. and life.

Axes that define our national baccalaureate


In the first year of high school, classes start three days at 8:00 and two days at 9:00 depending on the group. Monday Tuesday and Thursday there is class in the afternoon from 15:00 to 17:00. That's why at noon they end at 13:10. On Wednesdays and Fridays students have a free afternoon. The timetables are Wednesday from 8:00 to 14:15 and Friday from 9:00 to 14:15.

In the second year of high school, class hours are from Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.

Students can study English, French or German as a first foreign language. In the 1st year, students in the Baccalaureate in Humanities and Social Sciences can study French as a second foreign language.
La Salle Bonanova offers its students up to 10 different itineraries: humanities, economics, social sciences, design and communication, biosanitary, health and environment, experimental sciences, scientific-technical, technological and chemical-technical.
The students of 1st and 2nd of Baccalaureate carry out practices of the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Industrial Technology with fortnightly periodicity in the laboratories of the school that have recently been renewed and updated. Work Practices in Companies: It is an optional subject with an essentially guiding function that aims to make students aware of the reality of the world of work. It basically consists of a period of permanence and activity of the students in a company, understood as a unit of production, distribution or services, combining with a period of theoretical-practical training in the centre. During the stay, students make contact with a professional field towards which they feel motivated and, thus, can better focus their future, academic and professional project.
International projects
1st year students, in the subject Sciences for the Contemporary World, participate in an online project with students from La Salle High School in Minneapolis in the United States of America.
Accompaniment and advice
The tutor accompanies the students and their families through various interviews throughout the school year. The monitoring of students is constant, in order to get their best performance from various areas: reception, guidance, coexistence, learning strategies, health and values.
University orientation
Throughout the two years, students take part in orientation activities, talks by alumni pursuing university degrees or higher degree training courses, talks and visits to universities.
Activities and outings
The planning of high school outings combines the expansion of knowledge worked in the classroom with visits to places of reference throughout all the geography not only in the scientific and technological field but also in humanities, as well as in aspects of coexistence and personal growth through the entity Finestra Oberta and the pastoral activities.
Extracurricular activities
We offer various extracurricular activities that allow students to complete their pre-university training. Robotics, extensions of mathematics and science, oratory and theatre are some of the highlights.
A good comprehensive training of the person includes the practice of sport. For this reason, the school makes the La Salle Bonanova sports club available to all students so that they can choose from six different sports: football, basketball, handball, volleyball, roller hockey or rhythmic gymnastics, the practice of which is performed in the same sports facilities that we have.
Students who wish, can prepare themselves to receive, in the 1st year of Baccalaureate, the Sacrament of Confirmation. The school offers the possibility of participating in a Christian retreat of 1st and 2nd year, in order to be able to deepen in the evangelical values ​​that our school promotes.