Education, Leadership, and Values

We are the San Ignacio de Loyola School, an educational institution that offers an innovative and challenging educational model which develops leadership skills and entrepreneurial spirit in children and young people, accompanied by an excellent bilingual education with a technical-scientific emphasis. We develop citizens with profound human values ​​and high capacities of success in the globalized world.

1 FINANCES AND SOCIAL COMMITMENT

Leadership and Entrepreneurship

Starting in the Elementary Level, children learn basic economic concepts through the modules on “Financial Education for Children” and put them into practice through the “SIL Emprende” program in which our students engage in various experiences in the development and establishment of small enterprises, using their knowledge and skills in Mathematics, Management, Public Speaking, and Marketing. Likewise, through the educational model “Leaders in Action”, our students develop a high spirit of social commitment and service.

2 ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN A NATURAL WAY

Bilingual Education

With a bilingual curricular plan that has been approved by the Ministry of Education for all the academic levels, our students, naturally and progressively, incorporate the English language into their thinking, knowledge, and their verbal and written expressions. At the end of each cycle, students apply for international examinations in English proficiency and obtain international certifications from the University of Cambridge.

3 CREATIVE SCIENTIFIC PROJECTS

Technical and Scientific Education

Through the Baccalaureate programs in High School, students gain a complete theoretical, practical, and ethical academic training, with emphasis in Natural Sciences, Chemistry, and Biology, with a multidisciplinary approach based on research and participation in creative scientific projects. Likewise, our student can participate in robotics and video editing workshops, and obtain international certifications as Microsoft Office Specialists.

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