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ashushenya

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spanish and catalan
Hello again everyone!!! So, I would like to know how to say the following:

Equipo docente experto en Bachillerato, cohesionado, exigente y cercano al alumno.

My attempt:

Cohesive team of expert teachers, demanding yet close to students.

I'm not sure it sounds right...any help will be very much appreciated!!!

Thanks in advance!!!!
 
  • DrMiguel01

    Senior Member
    Latin American Spanish
    Dear ashushenya,

    First, it seems to me that "high school" will be needed, if "Bachillerato" means High School. The context, or target public, will tell this.

    Second, this will be my suggestion, but wait for someone English native speaker confirms or corrects it. "Expert High School teaching team, . . ."

    Have a great day!
     

    ashushenya

    Senior Member
    spanish and catalan
    I really appreciate it DrMiguel, but what I needed the help with is actually the second part of the sentence, the "demanding yet close". Does it communicate the same as it does in Spanish?

    Thank you so much!

    Have a great day too!!

    PS: Usually when I post sentences containing the word "baccalaureate" people tend to focus on that telling me that is not the word I should be using etc but in my school this is the word they use so, although I really appreciate your comments that is not what I need help with. Thank you all very much!
     
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