Integral Education

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Educational Model

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Our educational model, based on Catholicism, humanism and constructivism, comes to life during our classes, where professors guide students, taking into account their learning needs and styles, and contribute to their integral growth. Students are accompanied individually and in groups in a multicultural, creative and innovative environment.

Catholic Formation

Universal Values

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Students are guided to live according to universal values and to be capable of engaging in dialogue, respecting different religious beliefs.

Spiritual Formation

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Students have the opportunity to discover the love of God and establish a deep relationship with Him through their Spiritual Formation class.

Social Service

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Students participate in a social service program through volunteer activities, collections and donation drives to help those who are most in need.

Sacraments

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Students are prepared for the sacraments of Communion and Confirmation, and those who so choose receive the sacraments.

Multicultural Experience

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Starting in nursery school, our students are immersed in the teaching of two languages: English and Spanish.

Starting in the first year of junior high school, students begin to study French as a third language.

Upon completion of high school, students will have TOEFL (English) and DELF (French) certifications.

Guidance Counseling

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Guidance counseling is provided to students starting in nursery school and through high school through individual and group work.

Co-curricular Activities

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From kindergarten to high school, students can choose from diverse activities that contribute to their integral development, enrich their school life and permit students to strengthen their talents.

Soccer
Basketball
Volleyball
Physical Fitness
kids in motion

Painting
Photography
Theatre
Orchestra
Guitar
Chorus
Literary Creation

Chess
Study Hall
Robotics
Model UN
Horticulture and Sustainable Life


Marymount Identity

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Through activities and events that are a part of Marymount’s traditions, students establish strong bonds with their classmates, creating a sense of belonging to their class and school.

Colegio Marymount Cuernavaca belongs to the world network of schools founded by the sisters of the Sacred Heart of Mary (RSHM Network).

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