Academic training is combined with education in values through the complementary curriculum. Respect, personal growth, companionship, coexistence and teamwork are values that are promoted through a series of sports, artistic and cultural activities that also include care for the environment and commitment to society, a globalized society with which students must interact.
The current Colegio San José has excellent facilities equipped with the material means in accordance with the challenges that the technological revolution and new teaching and learning methodologies impose. the challenges that the technological revolution and the new teaching and learning methodologies impose.
The promotion of the arts in general and its students’ love for music in particular, prompted in 2015 the founding of the San José Music SchoolThe students can obtain the official Elementary and Professional Music Degrees in eighteen symphonic specialties. Students can also obtain international accreditation of their studies according to the European Qualifications Framework (E.Q.F) through Trinity College London.
Ms. Toni-Ena devoted sixty years of her life to the College, which earned her a multitude of awards and recognitions. He retired in 2010 and left us definitively in November 2021.
Mr. José and Mrs. Toni-Ena have passed on a great legacy, a great College whose work throughout its history has been widely recognized:
- It has appeared every year for 24 editions as the first school in the province of Malaga and on numerous occasions as the first in Andalusia in the ranking published annually by the newspaper El Mundo.
- It is also considered one of the best Spanish schools by Forbes magazine.
- Students have won countless prizes in the competitions in which they participate.
But the greatest recognition is undoubtedly that of so many parents who have chosen Colegio San José as the best educational option for their children as they are former students of this school.
This legacy has been received by the four Álvarez Núñez brothers who form the current Board of Directors, who, while maintaining the traditional principles and values of the school, have adapted the spaces and methodology to the demands of current and future society.
Today the entire educational community, Board of Directors, students, parents, teachers and non-teaching staff form, as José Manuel Álvarez liked to call, “the great family of Colegio San José”.