Unidad Educativa Anahuac, S.C.

School Name: Unidad Educativa Anahuac, S.C.
Camino a Rancho San Nicolás s/n Col. Rancho San Nicolás
Zinacantepec
Estado de México Mexico DF. CP
Country:
Post code: 51350
School Phone Number: (722) 1741701 / (722) 1741702
School Fax: (722)1741702 / 17417 03
Contact Person 1: Rosa Margarita Aguilar Molina, I.S.S.E. Coordinator
Contact Person 1 Email: margara.aguilarmolina@gmail.com
Contact Person 2: Elvia Yvonne Montero Villegas
Contact Person 2 Email: missyvonne5to@hotmail.com
School Website Address: Website

Anahuac is in a quiet, peaceful area, but it is close to a main Toluca highway. Toluca is an hour’s drive from Mexico City. The school is comprised of two buildings almost completely surrounded by trees. We have a Kindergarten, Elementary School and a Junior High. Anahuac participates in teenage exchanges and has been a member of I.S.S.E. since 1992. Our school year begins in late August and ends in early July. School hours are: Kindergarten 9:00 to 13:00, Elementary 8:00 to 14:30 and Junior High 7:30 to 14:45.
What we expect from our guests:

It is very important that all delegates be educated about the culture, food and lifestyle of the host country. In preparation for their trip, chaperones are encouraged to teach the I.S.S.E. philosophy, give students guidance and comment on the do’s and don’ts of this type of travel. This way, participants will have the best possible attitude towards their host family. We also ask that students come prepared to visit each classroom, offering information about their country and its culture, as well as present a cultural show for the entire school.

What we provide:

Anahuac students, teachers, administrators and parents are pleased to share their time, homes and hearts with I.S.S.E. participants. Each class prepares activities to share their rich Mexican culture with their visitors. Special outings to educational and tourist destinations are also planned so Anahuac students may get to know their guests in an informal environment. Anahuac students also prepare a farewell assembly filled with traditional Mexican songs and dances.


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