Educational Program

Personalized Attention

Each student receives personalized treatment. All professors, psychologists and
manager staff count with the necessary tools to identify personal needs and
channel them to ensure the effectiveness of learning.

Project-based learning

Project-based learning is a dynamic approach in which students explore the
challenges and problems of the real world. We develope very dynamic, interactive
sessions to meet students interests, so they can learn motivated by themselves,
which leads to reach deep levels of learning.


Communication in a global community requires that students from an early age
dominate more than one language, in our case, it is English. Languages ​​work
through the same central cognitive system, having positive effects in both native
and foreign langauge skills.

Catholic Formation

Students are given the doctrine to build the concept of self and others, through
rites and traditions of the Catholic religion.


Learn about the world both native language and English in a daily basis.

Elementary School

Acquiring a better understanding of language and how to use it more effectively, learn to read and write both languages.

Students take 100% in English the following courses:

  • English (Reading, grammar and writing)
  • Mathematics
  • Science.

Middle School

Engage in meaningful conversations, understand and interpret spoken and written language, present information, concepts and ideas.

Students take 100% in English the following courses:

  • English (Reading, grammar and writing)
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Networks

Constructivist Philosophy

We favor an environment where students, starting from the previous knowledge,
are encouraged to build ideas and proposals on their own (Sanhuesa, 2001). This
helps to achieve meaningful learning.


It is an acronym in English that stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. This term, coined in the United States, is used all over the world. This is how students from Kindergarten achieve to solve real life situations, simulated in the classroom, applying their creativity, knowledge and appliance of science in an interconnected way.