Frequently asked questions

  • How do I know which campus is right for my child?
    If you’re new to the city or planning to move to Monterrey, we’ll be happy to help you decide according to your situation and preferences. We’ll also put you in touch with our parent-led Welcome Committee, who can share their experiences.
  • Do the San Agustín and Valle Alto campuses have different admissions processes?
    Each campus carries out the admission processes for their own candidates, but our acceptance criteria are the same. Once a family is admitted to the school, they’re welcome at either campus if space is available.
  • Will my children be admitted if they’re not proficient in English or Spanish?

    Candidates must demonstrate language skills level with their peers’.

    If a preschool student’s English skills aren’t at their grade-level expectation, they join our English Immersion Program until they reach a good level of proficiency.

    International students not at their grade-level expectation in English or Spanish may be admitted by joining SWAS, our program specially designed for students who are learning another language.

    All other candidates must meet admission requirements.

     
  • How long does the admissions process take?
    Once you’ve completed your application form and submitted all required documentation, you’ll hear back within two weeks.
  • We’re not currently in Monterrey. Can we start the application process?
    Yes! You can complete the admissions process even at a distance. Our admissions officers will guide you every step of the way.
  • Is there a waiting list?
    Some grade levels are at capacity. But as an international school, it’s common for our families to leave throughout the school year, opening up spaces for students on the waiting list. Contact our admissions team to learn more about our criteria for place allocation.
  • How can my child buy school meals?
    They can use the catering card supplied.