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Lomas Hill School
Avenida Veracruz 158, Cuajimalpa, Mexico
Pre-Kinder to Grade 9
Total Enrollment (approx):
International Students (approx):
About the School
Lomas Hill is a bilingual IB World School for children aged 2 to 16. The school adopts a student-centred approach which helps children to develop transferable skills which they can use throughout their lives. Lomas Hill supports and cultivates a positive relationship between the students, teachers and parents. These relationships are the heart of the community, allowing students from diverse backgrounds to bring their personal ideas, cultures and experiences into the classroom and onto the campus. As a small school, Lomas Hill is committed to provide each child with personalized attention, ensuring they receive the academic, social and emotional support they need to be successful.
As an IB World School, Lomas Hill offers an inquiry-based constructivist curriculum throughout the school.
There are a wide variety of activities on offer to ensure children have the opportunity to develop an area of interest over time or to experience something new. A list of activities is sent home at the beginning of each semester, but they typically include:
Sports and martial arts including football, basketball, swimming, triathlon, karate and taekwondo.
Performing and visual arts such as art, dance and music.
Clubs such as robotics, Lego, chess, photography and Model United Nations.
There is a large gymnasium and a soccer field. As part of the After School Programme, students use a facility near the school for swimming and triathlon practice.
Lomas Hill is bilingual English and Spanish. Middle School (Grades 6 to 9) students also study French.
Lomas Hill is an IB World School which has been authorized to offer the PYP since 2013 and is currently a candidate school for the MYP.
Nursery / Pre-K Programs
All children in Kinder follow a shorter day than the rest of the school. Kinder 1 and Kinder 2 (aged 3 to 5) start at 8:30 a.m. and finish at 1:00 p.m., while Kinder 3 (aged 5 to 6) start at 7:30 a.m. and finish at 1:00 p.m.
Yes. As a small school, developing a close-knit community is very important. There are regular School for Parents events, and parents are actively involved in ecological and social service projects. The school recently launched a Young Management Programme in which parents give presentations and have question and answer sessions with the older students about their experience in the workplace.
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