Ameyalli School was founded in 1982 with levels from kindergarten to elementary. We now have junior high and high school. The latter is incorporated to the National University of Mexico. We are a co-educational institution in which boys and girls learn to live with each other. We are non religious and are oriented to the practice of universal values which promote respect and consciousness of the differences between human beings.
We offer a bilingual education in which the English language is considered a fundamental tool as an answer to actual demands, without forgetting the formation of country values and national identity.
Our aim is to give a flexible project which views each student as an individual, but at the same time is strong in the look for excellency and which is based in the following principle: support that helps students to learn; programs that reflect the real world and its changes; recognition and support to individual needs; continuous promotion so that parents and the school community get involved in the educational process; the teaching of creative thinking, problem solving, and decision making. Our educational project is enriched with the different school services which give a whole education to our students such as:
Computing as a work tool that prepares youngsters for the technological demands of our time.
Moral values that is an ethical program worked in coordination with the student’s home.
Encouragement for reading and use of (Infoteca) which contains videos, movies, etc. All this is aimed to strengthen the research programs.
Physical education is the practice of sports as an essential complement in the formation of our students.
Artistic education is to sensitize students towards the appreciation of music, painting and sculpture.
Camping and visits out of school are to increase the experience of our students and improve their ecological activities, respect and love of nature.
Our teachers are being trained and are always up to date in order to provide their students with thinking abilities so necessary to increase their capacity of learning in a world of quick changes. We also have cultural activities in which teachers, students and parents share and interchange experiences and ideas that allow us to acquire knowledge that benefit us all.