This initiative is aimed at two groups of high school students:
- Students with excellent performance with a good record to enter university (average of university access greater than 9.5 out of 14).
- Students who have been finalists in any of the forms of academic Olympiads held while pursuing the baccalaureate in secondary schools.
The goal is to achieve the development of the students capacities, skills and knowledge through a task that demands the effort and commitment of both teachers and students themselves, through a disciplinary knowledge, accompanying them in order to improve their academic and personal competence.
The participants this term 2012/2013 are a total of 43 students: a) finalists of the academic Olympics: 17 b) college access scores: 26.
The valuation (up until July 15, 2013) by some members of the program (still missing half of the valuations of participants) is:
- Students: Overall satisfaction of having participated in this program in this term, 4.2 points on a scale of 1 to 5.
- Teachers: Overall satisfaction of having participated in this program in this term, 4.7 points on a scale of 1 to 5.
Regarding secondary school teachers that have contributed to the preparation of students to participate in different forms of academic Olympics, highlight the maintenance of the number of participants, with a total of 72 teachers for this course, from 30 different secondary schools .