Princess Letizia returns to her Old School
Two days ago, on January 28, the Princess of Asturias returned to the Ramiro de Maetzu School, where she studied a bachelor, to commemorate its 70th anniversary.
After a short visit through the school facilities, the Princess watched a musical show performed by the school’s orchestra. Letizia unveiled a commemorative plaque and signed the honour book on the occasion. During the visit, she had the opportunity to meet with some of her old teachers, who remember her as a “good and polite student”.
Ramiro de Maeztu School is one of the public schools in Madrid that offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) program, in its case since 1983. IB is a non-profit educational foundation that offers three high quality programmes of international education to a worldwide community of schools.
The programmes for students aged 3-19 “help develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills to live, learn and work in a rapidly globalizing world.”
The IB Diploma assessment is recognized by the world’s leading universities and it’s an opportunity for students that want to continue their education universities abroad.Filed under Spanish Royals
Tagged Education, Queen Letizia.
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