We develop the relationship between the students and their environment working on the 3 Rs; Recycling, Reducing and Reusing.
We place the student as the learning center; making her more independent as she is the one who builds her own learning. In other words, our students no longer only learn by memorization and repetition.
It enables them to learn through inquiry and discovery.
It focuses on observation and judgment based on current events and prototyping.
It develops students' critical thinking because it focuses on problem-solving, collaborative work, among others.
At the Instituto Lomas del Real we teach through a complete technological project that prepares them for future professional jobs that are not still created nowadays.
It is based on a system named Arukay founded at Harvard University. Our students develop programming and computing thinking as a third language through challenges and projects related to science, engineering, arts, and mathematics.
One to one
With an iPad for each student, we make interactive learning; this motivates and facilitates them to work as a team, making knowledge more meaningful.
They develop the ability to move quickly in the digital environment supported by the Google for Education Suite to use digital resources and tools, making them creators of technology and not consumers.
We use electrical and mechanical elements to make our students develop projects for mastering information and communication technologies.
We train women to have integrity and strong beliefs that impact the world positively.
We promote the growth of essential virtues for students life such as strength, respect, justice, responsibility, and friendship through:
School for parents
Through self-knowledge, our students can visualize their strengths and abilities to help them with their personal and professional development.
We have a personal interview.
We provide feedback to parents at least three times a year based on student's academic and personal performance.
Through self-knowledge, our students can visualize their strengths and abilities to help them in their personal and professional development.
Summary brochure Lomas del Real Institute educational offer
Why is ILR split up into four sections Elementary, Middle, and High School?
The objective is to promote healthy coexistence according to the age of the students by section. For this reason, each level has its areas and different recreation and sport times.
Is the certificate of Primary, Secondary, and High School that they grant valid?
We are incorporated into the Ministry of Public Education, and all students obtain a certificate of Primary (6th grade), Secondary (3rd grade), and the Colegio de Bachilleres de San Luis Potosí (High School).