We maintain close communication with the universities to update the LAF academic programs and provide the tools necessary for the success of our students when entering them.
We measure the academic performance of our students in the main subjects by means of international standardized tests (MAP, Toefl, Delf).
We receive feedback from high schools on the performance of our graduates, in order to measure the success of our academic program and make continuous improvements.
All students enrolled in Jr. High must carry an iPad or laptop on a daily basis, as work material to support their classes. The use of these devices was integrated into the instructional tools to enhance student learning.
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Using technology to support education
Students use technology daily, supported by internet, screen, and projector in each of their classes, with the following benefits:
- Access to diverse learning resources.
- Access to open learning courses.
- Online libraries.
- Authentic and up-to-date information.
- Collaborative learning.
- A multimedia approach to education.
- Distance learning.
- Attractive methodologies and tools.
- Time optimization of routine tasks.
- Learning without schedule restrictions.
- Storage of education statistics.
- Multiple communication channels.
To reinforce the use of knowledge acquired in the technology class, by making creative presentations for their classes in the three languages, preparing them for their university and professional life.
We have the DNS Server service that allows greater control of the information and content on the Internet, consulted by students.
The MUN program promotes the ideals of peace, mutual respect, and understanding between people. In Jr. High it was added as a subject, as it develops important skills: research, writing, listening skills, a clear expression of ideas and the ability to debate while respecting the ideas of others.
Outstanding students within this program can compete for scholarships at TEC and UDEM.