Atid School

History

Atid School was established in 1993 within the network of schools of the Jewish-Mexican community, as part of the Maguen David Community. It offers an alternative for those families for whom English is a priority within a Jewish context. Atid includes all sections from Preschool to High School.

At the Atid School, we are aware that the world in which we live has more complex, more competitive and ever-changing environments.

Concurrently, we believe that education is the path that leads to peace, equality of opportunities and the development of our country. This is why we seek to participate in the formation of global citizens, who strive toward the full development of their capacities and are able to respond, as members of a community, to the challenges the future will bring.

We are convinced of the human capacity for creating, learning and directing the course of one’s life within a global perspective. As a 21st century educational institution, we are facing a shifting world, and it is because of this that we emphasize the need for an international education that will prepare students to meet future challenges.

History

Atid School was established in 1993 within the network of schools of the Jewish-Mexican community, as part of the Maguen David Community. It offers an alternative for those families for whom English is a priority within a Jewish context. Atid includes all sections from Preschool to High School.

At the Atid School, we are aware that the world in which we live has more complex, more competitive and ever-changing environments.

Concurrently, we believe that education is the path that leads to peace, equality of opportunities and the development of our country. This is why we seek to participate in the formation of global citizens, who strive toward the full development of their capacities and are able to respond, as members of a community, to the challenges the future will bring.

We are convinced of the human capacity for creating, learning and directing the course of one’s life within a global perspective. As a 21st century educational institution, we are facing a shifting world, and it is because of this that we emphasize the need for an international education that will prepare students to meet future challenges.

PRINCIPLES

History

Atid School was established in 1993 within the network of schools of the Jewish-Mexican community, as part of the Maguen David Community. It offers an alternative for those families for whom English is a priority within a Jewish context. Atid includes all sections from Preschool to High School.

At the Atid School, we are aware that the world in which we live has more complex, more competitive and ever-changing environments.

Concurrently, we believe that education is the path that leads to peace, equality of opportunities and the development of our country. This is why we seek to participate in the formation of global citizens, who strive toward the full development of their capacities and are able to respond, as members of a community, to the challenges the future will bring.

We are convinced of the human capacity for creating, learning and directing the course of one’s life within a global perspective. As a 21st century educational institution, we are facing a shifting world, and it is because of this that we emphasize the need for an international education that will prepare students to meet future challenges.

PRINCIPLES

Mission

To provide the Jewish-Mexican community with a personalized, trilingual and international, education of excellence, assisted by technology, in accordance with Jewish values and identity, in co-responsibility with parents.

Mission

To provide the Jewish-Mexican community with a personalized, trilingual and international, education of excellence, assisted by technology, in accordance with Jewish values and identity, in co-responsibility with parents.

Mission

To provide the Jewish-Mexican community with a personalized, trilingual and international, education of excellence, assisted by technology, in accordance with Jewish values and identity, in co-responsibility with parents.

Vision

To be the Jewish institution at the forefront of achieving the best standards of national and international academic excellence, forming ethical leaders capable of responding to the challenges of a changing world.

Vision

To be the Jewish institution at the forefront of achieving the best standards of national and international academic excellence, forming ethical leaders capable of responding to the challenges of a changing world.

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Vision

To be the Jewish institution at the forefront of achieving the best standards of national and international academic excellence, forming ethical leaders capable of responding to the challenges of a changing world.

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Principles

By assuming the commitment as primary responsible ones for education, parents collaborate with the objectives of the Institution and promote educational co-responsibility regarding the duties and obligations of the other members of the community.

The recognition of the uniqueness of each person, always with a dignified human treatment, empowers the development of each and every one of the members of the educational community.

The growth and integral development of the students consists in the promotion and favoring of:
-The Jewish-Mexican identity.
-The autonomy to think, decide and act independently and critically, through the development of competencies for life.
-An ethical behavior, through the development of conscience, responsible freedom and social meaning through universal human values.
-A cutting-edge culture that allows to devise, create, innovate and undertake.
-An international education through interaction and collaboration with people and institutions from other cultures and countries.
-Trilingualism through the use of Spanish as a mother tongue, English as a second language, both considered as languages of instruction and, Hebrew, considered as the language of identity.

The promotion of the Jewish-Mexican identity consists of:
-The identification with the Jewish People and the assurance of their continuity through the living of their values and traditions to grow ethically and bring people closer to their happiness.
-The knowledge and use of Hebrew as the language of identity.
-The strengthening of the sense of belonging with Mexico and Israel to develop a proactive enterprise inside and outside the country.

The personal and professional development of the professors and collaborators empowers them to be assertively linked to the educational community in order to achieve the standards of academic and ethical excellence.

Principles

By assuming the commitment as primary responsible ones for education, parents collaborate with the objectives of the Institution and promote educational co-responsibility regarding the duties and obligations of the other members of the community.

The recognition of the uniqueness of each person, always with a dignified human treatment, empowers the development of each and every one of the members of the educational community.

The growth and integral development of the students consists in the promotion and favoring of:
-The Jewish-Mexican identity.
-The autonomy to think, decide and act independently and critically, through the development of competencies for life.
-An ethical behavior, through the development of conscience, responsible freedom and social meaning through universal human values.
-A cutting-edge culture that allows to devise, create, innovate and undertake.
-An international education through interaction and collaboration with people and institutions from other cultures and countries.
-Trilingualism through the use of Spanish as a mother tongue, English as a second language, both considered as languages of instruction and, Hebrew, considered as the language of identity.

The promotion of the Jewish-Mexican identity consists of:
-The identification with the Jewish People and the assurance of their continuity through the living of their values and traditions to grow ethically and bring people closer to their happiness.
-The knowledge and use of Hebrew as the language of identity.
-The strengthening of the sense of belonging with Mexico and Israel to develop a proactive enterprise inside and outside the country.

The personal and professional development of the professors and collaborators empowers them to be assertively linked to the educational community in order to achieve the standards of academic and ethical excellence.

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