The student as the center of education.

Education mission

  • To develop to the maximum all the capacities that the child brings with him or her.
  • Promote academic training in an integral way.
  • Strengthen the development of skills, habits and attitudes that facilitate innovative ideas for learning.
  • To integrate ethics and values education into the curriculum.
  • Enrich their intellectual, emotional and social development through fine arts, physical education and community service activities.
  • Encourage formal computer instruction at an early age.

Belief systems

The school holds the postulates that every human being has a potential for learning and that the school is the ideal setting to achieve it. Our mission is to provide a quality education with attention to the needs and interests of the students, the expectations of parents, the demands of society, the professional and curricular standards of the State, and pedagogical trends and innovations.

The mission statement fully supports a vision or image of our desired future. Our school has conducted activities and surveys aimed at evaluating the mission and philosophy, and their appreciation has been evident through the activities we encourage and participate in.

Our academic commitment is directed to the student to achieve excellence in their performance and for more than 35 years we have proven to be at the forefront of the challenges and technological demands of the country and the world.

We believe in

The student as the center of education.

The teacher as learning facilitator.

That every student has academic potential to be developed.

Education as the core enterprise of society.


The provision of philosophical and practically eclectic educational scenarios where idealist, realist, naturalist, pragmatic and existentialist thoughts, practices and currents converge.


The development of critical and creative thinking.


Non-restrictive educational environment.


Responsible freedom of students, teachers and staff as a necessary condition for effective communication for learning.


The use of technological innovations and trends as resources and tools at the service of the teaching-learning process and not in the subjection of subjects and educational tasks to technology.