The Pre-Primary section is composed of Kinder 4, Kinder 5 and First Grade. Each level has an average of 24 students per classroom. Each level is composed of two homerooms (ie: K4A and K4B).

In Kinder 4 and Kinder 5, each group has a group director and an aide. In First Grade, each group has a foreign teacher and a Colombian aide.

Schedules
The schedule for Kinder 4 and Kinder 5 students is from 7:45 to 3:30 p.m. Classes are 45 minutes long.

Monday, Thursdays, and Fridays, teachers end their working day at 3:30, and Tuesdays and Wednesdays their schedule runs to 4:40 p.m. This time is used for planning, meetings, and professional development.

Classes Offered

Pre-writing, Pre-math, Writing, Reading, English, Spanish, Mathematics, Social Studies, Colombian Studies, Computers, Physical Education, Music, Art, Character Education, and Religion are the Classes offered.

Extracurricular Programs

On Tuesdays and Thursdays, students can participate in extracurricular sports and artistic extracurricular activities offered by the Parent Teacher Association (PTA). Among the activities are: basketball, volleyball, BMX bike riding, tennis, karate, dance and art.

Student Services

The Pre-Primary section has a counselor, a learning support person, a curriculum coordinator, a nurse, and a nutritionist. This team works with students, teachers, parents, and the Pre Primary and Primary principal to provide interdisciplinary support to students.

Evaluation of Student Progress

The academic year is divided into three trimesters or periods. Students and parents receive academic achievement reports in the middle and at the end of each trimester.

The school programs two days for parent-teacher conferences, one a month before the end of first trimester and the other a month before the end of the second trimester. Nevertheless, teacher may ask for conferences with parents at any time in the school year in order to talk about a student’s progress.

Technology

The technological resources in Pre-Primary and Primary include a computer lab with 26 new computers with 24 hour connection to the Internet, a virtual room in the library with 26 new computers and a Smart Board, and six video beams.

In each classroom, the teacher has a personal computer and computer for support activities, also with Internet connection, in class.

All the campus has WIFI.

The Primary section is composed of 2°, 3°, 4° and 5°. Each level has an average of 25 students per classroom. Each level is composed of two homerooms (ie: 4A and 4B).

The section has 10 Colombian and 8 foreign teachers, all with college degrees and 50% with a Masters.

Schedules
The schedule for Primary is from 7:45 to 3:30 p.m. Classes are 45 minutes long.

Monday, Thursdays, and Fridays, teachers end their working day at 3:30, and Tuesdays and Wednesdays their schedule runs to 4:40 p.m. This time is used for planning, meetings, and professional development.

Classes Offered

English, Spanish, Math, Science, Social Studies, Colombian Studies, Computers, Physical Education, Music, Art, Character Education and Religion.

Extracurricular Programs

On Tuesdays and Thursdays, students can participate in extracurricular sports and artistic extracurricular activities offered by the Parent Teacher Association (PTA). Among the activities are: basketball, volleyball, BMX bike riding, tennis, karate, dance and art.

Student Services

The Primary section has a counselor, a learning support person, a NES teacher, a curriculum coordinator, a nurse, and a nutritionist. This team works with students, teachers, parents, and the Pre Primary and Primary principal to provide interdisciplinary support to students.

Evaluation of Student Progress

The academic year is divided into three trimesters or periods. Students and parents receive academic achievement reports in the middle and at the end of each trimester.

The school programs two days for parent-teacher conferences, one a month before the end of first trimester and the other a month before the end of the second trimester. Nevertheless, teacher may ask for conferences with parents at any time in the school year in order to talk about a student’s progress.

Technology

The technological resources in Pre-Primary and Primary include a computer lab with 26 new computers with 24 hour connection to the Internet, a virtual room in the library with 26 new computers and a Smart Board, and six video beams.

In each classroom, the teacher has a personal computer and computer for support activities, also with Internet connection, in class.

All the campus has WIFI.