Studies and research reveal the many benefits of gender-specific education, given the huge differences in the way boys and girls learn. There are innate physical differences between the brains of boys and girls that affect cognitive areas, behaviour, maturity, memory, language, emotion, vision, hearing and navigation, all of which are essential for optimal learning.
In San Silvestre, we are supremely aware of these differences; therefore, we have designed an appropriate curriculum to meet the learning needs of girls, so that each student can develop her full potential.
Furthermore, an adaptive educational environment reinforces important aspects in the formation of an individual, such as self-esteem and self-confidence, which are the basis of our educational system and fundamental to the success of our students.
The success of our former students, including general managers of national and multinational companies, successful entrepreneurs, national and world sports champions, artists, internationally acknowledged journalists, leading neurosurgeons and international designers, among others, confirms the benefits of our system based on adaptive education.
Our learning environment acknowledges and considers gender differences and provides numerous benefits, such as: