We offer four Orientation Areas: Academic-Personal, Family, Spiritual and Psycho-pedagogical. Through these areas, several different activities and programs are carried out, providing resources for personal and family development of our students and their families:
Academic and Personal Orientation
Through personal guidance provided to our students, concrete goals are set as part of their Personal Improvement Plan (PIP), where the aim is to find ways to develop strengths and seek opportunities for each student. In like manner, from Academic and Persona Orientation, leadership strategies are set to boost the skills in each group in the Group Tutoring Plan (GTP). This orientation is shared with the parents through several interviews and meetings throughout the year.
With day workshops and events oriented to parents, we provide resources for them to rise to the role of first educators in the education required for these times. The topics chosen are oftentimes proposed by parents and tailored to the needs that correspond to their children’s grade. Among these activities are: Sharing Prom Day and the Annual Family Convention.
This covers spiritual development of our students and families, under the First Communion Preparation Program, the coordination with the Confirmation Preparation Program, Confessions and Masses on several dates. In addition, we traditionally celebrate the Walk of the Cross and the Flower Offering to Virgin Mary.
We offer guidance to our students, teachers, collaborators and parents. We have a staff of 9 psychologists assigned to all schools. In this way, our students and their families receive the support they may need according to their ages.
This area also organizes workshops to foster school interaction and offer resources so that our students can face the difficulties of their age.
Our Skills Program, created from a research Project carried out at our School, promotes the development of social, self-management, and communication and research skills. This program is carried out in the Personal Improvement Plan (PMP) alongside the families, in the Grade Homeroom Plan (PTG) along with the teaching staff in each grade and also during the development of the other academic areas.