Mexico City - School Report Question and Answers

What personal or academic counseling resources are available at this school? Is there a dedicated college counselor at the school? Is he/she familiar with universities worldwide?

The counselors are there for Spanish-speaking students looking to go to school in Canada or Mexico and in the US. There is VERY little support here in my opinion. I would NOT send my highschoolers to this school. - Oct 2020

F - May 2016

B+. Haven't used this at all or much yet but as far as college stuff, there are lots of Colleges/universities of a very high standard that come and attend the school fairs and try to recruit the kids. They have a career/college advisor. There are also therapists/counselors at the school for various issues. - Jan 2016

B - While there is no family support to speak of, I will say that one of the positive aspects of the school is that my child says the weekly meetings in her year group with the deputy head of school who navigates the personal, social, health education program and well being of students has been a plus. There is an "incident book" where students who have transgressed the rules, especially at recess, have their names written. It is a big deterrent for most students. Generally speaking, they do a good job of creating a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for the children. I am unaware of any counseling etc in the middle and high schools. - Jun 2014

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