Agora Portals achieves higher results that the best schools in the country and countries with excellent academic records including Finland, Korea and Japan.
In this year’s PISA tests students at Agora Portals scored higher than the Spanish average and better than countries such as Japan, Finland and Korea; in all three categories, Reading, Science and Mathematics, our score did not fall below 540 points.
We are proud to inform you that our students achieved excellent results in the PISA tests. PISA stands for the “Program for the International Assessment of Students” and the tests, which are administered by the OECD, provide a reliable and representative academic performance indicator for students from more than OECD 70 countries, comprising nine tenths of the world economy.
What do the tests consist of?
15-year-old students from all over the world complete tests in Mathematics, Science and Reading, in addition to a questionnaire. All students born in the year 2000 are tested and no students are exempted.
How did Agora Portals International School do in the tests?
- Significantly higher than the Spanish average in all subjects.
- Significantly higher than the average for OECD countries, including top-level education systems such as Finland and Korea.
- The school was noted for a strong culture of discipline and cooperation, deemed to be significantly higher than the average for Spain and OECD countries.
We are very proud of our students, teachers and families, who continue to work together to help our students achieve these excellent results and we are constantly striving for further improvement.