Av. de las Fuentes No. 218
Col. Jardines del Pedregal
Del. Álvaro Obregón D.F.
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55952277 EXT 116
DEPARTAMENT OF SPANISH
Princeton School Spanish curriculum follows the syllabus guidelines of the Secretariat of Public Education (SEP), which holds the program of study and achievement purposes for all subjects, and in collaboration with the schools syllabus, aim build knowledge and promote the development of the student´s learning needs, interests, personal, social skills, and goals, fostering and enhancing values, care, affection, order and discipline, which provide students with the necessary abilities to form a strong foundation for lifelong learning. Our curriculum integrates library, computing, science lab and swimming (from 1st to 4th grade).
The learning objectives within the inquiry projects are to promote effective communication, develop skills in critical thinking, and understand when and how technology can be used. Inquiry projects develop individual talents and provide deep understanding of knowledge, giving students the opportunity to search for their own questions and answers, allowing them to discover, to build on what they know, innovate ,and create.
We collect records in order to measure each student's progress, and maintain close communication with students and parents, to facilitate progress towards students learning aims, reflecting on what can be improved in order to avoid failing.
Teachers are carefully chosen to meet the schools educational standards, and latest trends in teacher education; based on the idea that they are central to teaching, and to the learning process; professional development is a top priority.
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
Since its beginnings, Princeton School has evolved into a thriving and successful learning institution, throughout these 35 years several thousands of young lives have been enriched by Princeton School education, and its graduates have excelled in many professional fields.
Our school offers quality instruction through learner-centered curriculum for each of the learning areas, a set of objectives and outcomes develop in an immersive language environment, where inquiry, participation, communication and appreciation for one's self and others is encouraged, enabling students to become competent critical thinkers in disciplinary literacy and digital media, building shared responsibility, and developing multicultural awareness.
Teachers enhance core values centering in students’ self-esteem, ensuring that they develop their full potential, instilling a global perspective, and preparing them for the opportunities and issues addressing the 21st-century challenges.
The school´s principles shape a strong academic and social environment, which attempts to meet the requirements of students in a thriving, inspiring, and encouraging atmosphere, where personalized attention to students and parents is delivered.
British Council - Cambridge ESOL examinations
For several years, Colegio Princeton has been a British Council authorized Center, where Cambridge exams take place, many students take the ESOL examinations in their diverse stages: for 6th grade elementary students, KET, for 9th grade secondary students, PET, and for 11th & 12th senior students, FCE or CAE.
ISSE and International exchanges
Princeton School has been an I.S.S.E. (International School to School Experience) member since 1992, this has been an extraordinary experience, which has built a solid sense of pride in our school’s community. Through these exchanges, students in our school have the opportunity to experience diverse cultures and be able to learn from their culture, costumes, and lifestyles; it´s also helped students and teachers learn about themselves and cultivate cross- cultural skills, build up character, become better human beings and develop global awareness.
EFL classes are taught in a half an hour, twice a week sessions. The main goal of this class is to practice and broaden students’ communication skills in the English language, through diverse activities and strategies, enabling them to use English more confidently in everyday life, and to deepen understanding of the connection between culture and language.
Fourth to sixth grade students are taught French in a one hour, twice a week class. Lessons are generally taught in the native idiom for language awareness, focusing on the development of the four macro skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Progressively, vocabulary, sentence-structure, idioms, and phrases, develop. French classes are based on topics relevant to elementary students; team and pair work is encouraged.
Christmas Day Festival
Mother's Day Festyival
The science fair