Frequently asked questions

Major medical expenses insurance, education protection plan and the student admission fee for the current school year.
Parent-Teacher Organization association fee. It is an annual fee requested by each enrolled student.
Books and school supplies can be bought at the school store.

During April and May, the school provides a lay-a-way option for the packages (English books and materials and Spanish books and materials) for Kindergarten through secondary school. However, this is optional.

Official supplies and books lists are posted in July so that each parent can buy them at the store of their choice.

The school set a limit of a maximum of 20 students per classroom.
The uniforms are sold at the school store. Prices vary according to size.
There is a 10% discount for the 3rd and a 15% discount for the 4th enrolled sibling, this percentage is applied to each monthly tuition.
The school can grant a scholarship par excellence (upon request of the parents) through a committee and it is submitted for approval. The student must meet the following requirements: Average greater than 9.5 in the school year, with no courses failed. It can be requested after the second school year of the student re-enrollment.

There is also a socioeconomic scholarship. The student must meet the following requirements: Average greater than 8.5 in the school year, no courses failed and with financial need.

Kindergarten from 8:00 to 2:00

Elementary from 7:45 to 2:30

Secondary and high school from 7:30 to 2:45

Yes, we have school transportation to the north.
No, it is a secular school, our education is based on values, we have a value per month which is permeated in all classes, alongside with an ethics class in every grade.
Yes, in kindergarten and elementary school they take half of the day in English and half of the day in Spanish.
  • Copy of report card with 7.8 minimum average.
  • Copy of good conduct letter.
  • Letter of no financial debt from the previous school.
Yes, is recommended to schedule an appointment 2 days in advance by phone or web site.
Once the admission form has been acquired, the exam date is assigned. The applicant should be here at 8.45. Exams begin at 9.00 am.

The exam consists of 3 parts of general knowledge, English and a psychometric test.

Subsequently, an interdisciplinary team evaluates the results and then delivers them to the parents of the applicant through a call or an email.

The school informs the applicant of the result of the evaluation process. The school reserves the right to admission. There is no exam review or second chance to take the exams in case of failure.