Going beyond the requirements set out in the official syllabus, the pupils at the NACE centres receive a very solid musical education. Music plays an important role in integrated education and in personal development. It educates them in self-discipline and effort, sensitivity, order, teamwork, precision and exactitude...
And these virtues are then transmitted, in the most natural way, into a very wide range of fields of activity in our centres, impregnating school life and personal relations.
Apart from the official compulsory syllabus, all our pupils learn to play at least one musical instrument (piano, violin, viola, cello, etc.) and develop, alongside this, their vocal capacities, performing periodically in front of their schoolmates. They also have the opportunity to form part of the school’s own orchestra or choir.
In some NACE centres, having obtained their Elementary Grade in music, pupils may continue their musical studies in the centre up to the level of Intermediate Grade.