1. 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.
2. 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).
3. Why differentiated education?
Differentiated education has multiple benefits, as it takes advantage of the different learning rhythms, styles, and modes between women and men to adapt and make the learning process more efficient.
4. Our new female students easily integrated into the Institute?
Yes, as it is an institution of personalized and differentiated education, it facilitates adaptation and naturally allows social development. This process involves the student's attitude and monitoring the head and tutor to achieve their integration.
5. Is communication with parents effective?
Yes, attention to parents is a priority. We use different means for this process to take place through the online platform, coach or personal interviews with the corresponding principal.
6. What is Coaching?
Coaching is professional support where each student is trained individually to be a better person and achieve a better knowledge of herself and build her life project.
7. Is there bullying?
No. Healthy coexistence is crucial at all educational levels; that is why we work and take care of a positive environment among our classmates. Likewise, the students are taught to solve conflicts, reach agreements and respect their classmates.
1. How do you level the new students with the rest of the group?
By taking the ILR admission exam, the results allow us to know the student's English level. Once she joins the School, the teacher reports her progress and, if necessary, suggests attending the afternoon consultations and even external regularizations.
2. What certifications can they obtain?
3. What is the Global Assessment Certificate (GAC), and what are its advantages?
It is an international program for high school students focused on developing competencies and skills necessary to be successful in their university studies and professional life.
4. Do they speak languages other than English?
Yes. French and Italian are also part of the range of languages offered by the Institute. In High School, they can continue with a third language through a virtual platform.
1. What is the academic level of the Lomas del Real Institute?
Our students obtain an excellent academic level. They present different evaluations that certify them, such as CENEVAL (EXANI I in 9th grade and DOMINA in 12th grade), Testing Program, TOEFL, Cambridge Examinations, GAC Entry Test, and ACT.
2. What sports activities does ILR have?
We offer Soccer (7 and fast), volleyball, basketball, cheerleading (choreographic and acrobatic), and athletics.
Sport as part of our program, is practiced in two schedules; in the morning from 1st to 3rd grade have neuromotor and in the afternoon from 4th to 8th is physical education. The students participate in local, state leagues, and national competitions.
3. Does ILR have agreements with universities for students who graduate from High School?
Our graduates have access to various agreements with essential universities and more than 100 universities worldwide through our GAC certification; this allows them to get a scholarship and study for any wishing career.
4. Do you have exchanges?
Contact with foreign countries is made through international academic and cultural trips.