The reality of the world and society invite us Marianists to give a Marian face as a Church, which implies that the education we teach be centered on the value of the person, trying to achieve the integral development of each student as a Christian.
As part of this mission, we try to create a space where learning to live together emphasizes the fostering and experiencing of values that allow each student to know himself and to develop his autonomy and creativity, as well as to carry out his life project not only for their benefit, but for the common good. We also guide students to participate democratically and in cooperation with each other in all activities, demonstrating acceptance, integration, and inclusion, in addition to justice and peace.
This is achieved through individual and group mentoring, as well as learner orientation sessions and the support of the Psychology Department, which contribute to the formation of the student’s personality, caring for their moral, physical, mental and spiritual integrity, and promote the development of Marianist values and attitudes on the basis of their reality and in the following areas: Spiritual, Cognitive, Personal and Social, Vocational, Biological and Psychological, Service-Learning, Identity, Culture, and Current Events. We also rely on a Formative Council, which advises the formative and value-oriented projects and activities.
This formative work intends to support parents, who are the first and foremost educators of their children. We also offer them conferences and workshops to strengthen their knowledge in child rearing and their relationship with their children.
As a Marianist Family, and together with students and parents, we will be able to transform society by giving it a Marian face.
Educational Guidance and Tutoring