A sense of self-confidence, morality, social interaction, physical and emotional development, and cognitive learning are essential factors in an early childhood education.
As a basic principle, our school will give students an opportunity to develop moral and democratic values on an intellectual level during their daily activities. We believe in a strong education, which requires that students make a determined effort to take every opportunity toward their own fulfillment as an individual and as a member of the community.
In addition, parents or legal guardians should participate, directly or indirectly, and make a joint effort to interact within our academic community. This will enable them to continue the formative process of preparing our youth for dialogue with others and community solidarity. These concepts should lead students toward a way of life dedicated to community service. Teachers and parents should guide them towards these objectives.
Upon completion of their respective school levels, students should have the proper cultural development to excel in their mission in life. In order to achieve this, they must fulfill all aspects of their curriculum, both theoretical and practical. Furthermore, we encourage that students participate in complementary activities of an educational, artistic, athletic or creative nature.