Frequently asked questions

We want to welcome as many families as our vacancies allow. These are given in order of priority to siblings of students at the school, alumni children, school staff children and new families. Our admission criteria is based on receiving families that are aligned with our educational project, and committed to the well-being and development of their sons and daughters.

From Playgroup Menor to Kindergarten:

  • Birth certificate and Kindergarten report (if they have attended Kindergarten).
  • Specialists Reports if it were the case or if the school requests it/them.

1st Grade:

  • Kindergarten report.
  • Birth certificate.
  • Specialists Reports if it were the case or if the school requests it/them.

2nd to 10th Grade:

  • Birthcertificate.
  • Report Cards (grades) ofthetwo last years.
  • Approved Grade Certificates of thelast2years.
  • Personality report.

Yes, we have open admissions throughout the entire year, according to the number of vacancies available per grade. Please call us or contact us via mail and we will give you an answer regarding vacancies for the grade/s you wish to apply.

Admission 2023:

Playgroup Menor: Children with 2 years of age as of March 31, 2023.

Playgroup Mayor: Children with 3 years old as of March31, 2023.

Pre-K: Children 4 years old as of March 31, 2023.


Admission 2024:

Playgroup Menor: Children with 2 years of age as of March 31, 2024.

Playgroup Mayor: Children with 3 years old as of March31, 2024.

Pre-K: Children 4 years old as of March 31, 2024.


Admission 2025:

Playgroup Menor: Children with 2 years of age as of March 31, 2025.

Playgroup Mayor: Children with 3 years old as of March31, 2025.

Pre-K: Children 4 years old as of March 31, 2025.


Our admission process is a close and friendly process, as is our school. Therefore, it is not necessary for the child to prepare for the evaluation, since this is an instance of play and fun.

If the child is sick, please contact us via mail or phone and we will reschedule.

Your child’s health comes first.

It is important to know that our evaluation is friendly and approachable, based on play and fun. For this reason, for pre-kindergarten we have two days: one group day evaluation and one personal day evaluation. The details for each day will be informed to the applicants before the exam.

Yes. We offer a wide range of extracurricular workshops/activities from playgroup to 12th Grade, so that children develop their full potential and creativity. There are activities included in tuition fees and others that are paid apart. In addition, we have sports from first grade on, since we consider sports must be present in their routine from a very young age.

Yes. In both campuses there is an excellent private school transportation service that is directly hired by the parent.

We currently have two uniform suppliers: Hookipa and Scolari.

In addition, during the year, our Parent Association organizes sales of Lost and Found items, which is an excellent opportunity to reuse garments in good condition.

The school opens its doors at 7:00 am.

The beginning of the school day is at 7:50 am, at that time, students must be in their classroom.

On the following table, you will find the 2023 dismissal schedule:

 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
Preschool13:0013:0013:0013:0012:45
1st-6th14:5514:5514:5514:5512:45
9th-11th15:1016:4015:1015:1013:10
12th16:0016:4015:1015:1013:10

Starting first grade, students have lunch at school. Currently, Aramark is the supplier that provides lunch to our students and faculty. Lunch tickets can be bought in the cafeteria. If you do not choose the latter, you have the choice of bringing lunch from home.

Since its foundation, our school has been at the forefront of technology and we believe that it can be at the service of education. For this reason, all classrooms are equipped with smart screens, which support activities carried out by teachers. This is why, starting from 1st grade, students are supplied with a Chromebook as a tool that complements the work that is done in class.

 

Regarding the use of cell phones, students are allowed to bring them to school, nevertheless these cannot be used during the school day, and must remain stored and silent inside their backpacks. Regardless, we are constantly aware and attentive to the dangers that may arise from the constant use and abuse of screens and social networks, among others. For this reason, our Student Support Department (DAI, Departamento de Apoyo Integral) is constantly guiding, and educating parents, guardians, and the community, about this matter.

Textbooks, complementary reading books and some materials must be purchased by parents. Copybooks and materials for daily use (pencils, erasers, etc.) are given to the students by the school.

We do not have Exchange programs available. However, we support families who wish to do so by facilitating the student with their school commitments.

The school year runs from March through December. In May there is a week of vacation (midterm break), as in September (national holidays). The winter holidays run for 3 weeks in July. Regarding the 2024 dates, these will be delivered in a timely manner.

Puedes revisar nuestro calendario aquí.

Parents will have the following meetings: At the beginning of the year, parents are invited to our traditional “Open House”, which is an open-door instance where the Headmaster, Campus Director and Principal of each cycle address the parents. They speak and inform parents about the year’s objectives and guidelines. That same day parents attend a second meeting, in each of their child’s classrooms. Here they get to know the grade’s Homeroom teacher and listen to the year’s main objectives and topics. In addition, twice a year parents have personalized meetings (PTM’s) with the child’s Homeroom teachers. Regardless, it is important to note that the doors of our school are always open for what parents require and additional meetings can always be scheduled in advance.
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