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CityMexico City
Languages of instructionEnglish and Spanish
Age RangeAges 3 to 15
Yearly fees: Not public
Reviews: 3.6
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Quick summary of key school information

Language of instruction English and Spanish
Native English and Spanish teachers
Extra languages (other than English and Spanish)
Class sizes Average 15 students / class
Maximum 25 students / class
Extracurricular activities
School bus
School's webpage:

This school does not make their fees public for the academic year 2023/2024.

This school has more than one campus in Mexico City:
Campus Cuajimalpa: Ages 3 to 15

Address: Av. Veracuz 158 Col. Cuajimalpa México D.F. C.P. 05100

Campus Santa Fe: Ages 3 to 6

Address: Av. Guillermo González Camarena 1500 Col. Santa Fe México D.F. C.P. 01210

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Number of students


Number of nationalities represented in the school


Most common nationality


Ratio of local students to international students


Native English and Spanish speaking teachers

All of our teachers who teach in Spanish are native speakers, while some of our teachers who teach in English are native speakers.

Language support for students not fluent in English and Spanish


Additional language classes offered by the school

French in Middle School.

Max. number of students per class


Average number of students per class


Does the school employ teaching assistants?


Use of technology in the classroom

Students have specialist technology classes in the Elementary School and follow the MYP design programme in Middle School which involves programming. Students have access to mobile devices for use in all of their classes to enhance their learning experience.

Is the school ready to use virtual classrooms when needed? (e.g. teaching lessons online if the school is closed, e.g. during COVID-19 closures)


Do students practice religion at the school? What religion?


External examinations or assessments available

Students follow the IB PYP and MYP through to the end of Grade 9. They complete the PYP Exhibition in Grade 5 and the MYP Community Project in Grade 9. As the school is from Kinder 1 to Grade 9, there are no external examinations.

Results in these examinations


Do teachers assign homework to their students?


Approximate hours of homework given

In Elementary School, we recommend approximately 2 hours per week. In Middle School, we recommend approximately 4 to 5 hours per week.

Percentage of students who pursue further education post-graduation


Dedicated staff/programs for students with special learning needs


Learning support offered

We run an inclusion programme so that children with special learning needs are supported in school by a therapeutic companion. The therapeutic companion works closely with class teachers to ensure the academic programme is accessible for the child. The psychopedagogy department works closely with the teachers, companions and families to ensure the support provided is suitable for the child and meets the child's developing needs.

The school supports gifted, able and talented students

Teachers differentiate their classes based on readiness, interest and learning profile. The IB curriculum encourages inquiry-based activities which provide the opportunity for students to construct their own knowledge. Teachers support this inquiry-based approach and challenge students to push their boundaries.

Student access to education psychologist


Entry evaluation for students


Brief description of entry evaluation required

Students complete MAP tests in English and mathematics, have a psycho-educational evaluation administered by the school psychologist, and an admissions interview.

Waiting list


Deadline for registration (new academic year)

We accept new applicants throughout the year.

Students can join after academic year begins


School start time

7:30 a.m.

School finish time

2:35 p.m.

Supervised care before/after school


School bus service available


School provided lunches

Children have access to a substantial cafeteria.

Food alternatives for special dietary needs (ie. vegan, kosher, halal etc)

Yes, not with a full menu but with a selection of alternatives.

Uniform required


Extracurricular activities or clubs offered

A list of activities is sent home at the beginning of each semester, but they typically include:
Sports and martial arts including football, basketball, soccer, karate and taekwondo.
Performing and visual arts such as art, dance and music.
Clubs such as robotics, Lego, chess, photography and Model United Nations

Sports activities included

Football soccer, volleyball, basketball, fitness.

Sports teams or sport competitions available for students


Facilities at the school

Library, science lab, art lab.

Sports facilities at the school

Gymnasium and sports field

Qualities and characteristics best defining the school

Lomas Hill supports and cultivates a positive relationship between the students, the teachers and parents based on mutual respect. 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.
We are committed to provide each child with personalized attention, ensuring they receive the academic, social and emotional support they need to be successful. As well as delivering social and emotional learning classes throughout the school, our psychopedagogy team meets with each child’s teachers at least five times per year to discuss their progress and identify the best ways to support their learning.

Teaching approach of the school

We adopt a student-centred approach which supports children in developing transferable skills which they can use throughout their lives. As an IB World School, our students are encouraged to think independently and take responsibility for their learning journey. Students develop cultural awareness by participating in social projects in the local community and considering the local, national and global context of what they learn. We develop socially responsible individuals who are encouraged to find a balance between the intellectual, physical and emotional aspects of their lives.


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