Junior high school

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Analysis, synthesis, innovation, and problem solving in a multicultural environment.

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Junior high school students develop diverse skills through research and life experiences, favoring an integral and critical vision of an environment of brotherhood and respect.

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Constructivist Learning

Students develop, analyze and defend their own ideas. Some classes are taught in English while others are taught in Spanish, and starting in 7th grade, students begin taking French.

The Junior High School curriculum includes:

  • Technology

  • Art

  • Spiritual
    Formation

  • Physical
    Education

  • Extracurricular
    Activities


  • Continuous
    Evaluation

  • Science

  • Mathematics

  • Educational
    Orientation

  • Leadership
    Activities

CONTACT

San Juan 54, Col. Chapultepec.
Cuernavaca, Mor. México.
C.P. 62450

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Estrella del Norte 6, Col. Rancho Tetela.
Cuernavaca, Mor. México.
C.P. 62160

admisiones@marymount.edu.mx