Complementary Programs

Colegio Inglés provides complementary programs in addition to our established developmental areas of education. These complementary programs are another way to help students become a responsible citizen of the world, giving them a stronger foundation for the future.


Music stimulates language and creativity, allows the expression of feelings and emotions, builds self-confidence, and provides moments of enjoyment and learning. Our program aims to develop musical skills to balance body, mind, and spirit, which will impact students’ overall school performance.

Our Music Program aims to provide a formal music education from Preschool to Middle School, allowing all students to develop their talent and participate in ensembles such as Symphony Orchestra, a Concert Band, and a Concert Choir. Children have a natural attraction to music, which also plays a part in brain development, learning, mood, and health. In addition, music education contributes to students’  aesthetic sensitivity, management of emotions, and appreciation for the rewards of a collaborative effort.


The art program provides opportunities for students to communicate visually with aesthetic appreciation. Students participate in observation, imagination, invention, problem-solving, reflection, and decision-making as they engage in creative activities utilizing various artistic techniques and materials.

Library and Media Center

Colegio Inglés libraries provide services at both campuses through a friendly and helpful environment with over 17,000 volumes, including fiction and non-fiction books, professional development resources for teachers, reference materials, and subscriptions to magazines and newspapers for teachers and students. We also have access to electronic databases, the Internet, and digital newspapers that complement our collections.

Critical Thinking Skills

Aprende a Pensar (AP) 4th-9th

Aprende a Pensar program, provides students direct instruction in critical thinking skills methodology, focusing on planning, decision-making, communication, and research.

The program reinforces the application of deductive and inductive reasoning to generate reflective, critical, and analytical thought. These processes and skills are incorporated into students learning experiences and taught explicitly by specially trained teachers.

Physical Development

Motor Skills | Preschool (Early Stimulation Center CET, Kinder I, Kinder II, Preprimary)

This program develops skills and abilities that help Preschool children reach their full potential through physical exercises that stimulate sensory areas (visual, auditory, tactile), fine and gross motor coordination, and language development.

Physical Education

KI – 9th

The program stimulates the physical development of students through sports and formative and recreational activities to achieve a healthy, balanced, and productive life based on the development of values, habits, and physical abilities that culminate in the formation of responsible citizens.

Students participate in recreational activities and practices with technical bases. This exercise contributes to the physical condition and coordination capacities and the acquisition of cultural values and healthful habits. As students progress through the grade levels, there is increased emphasis on technical and conceptual knowledge.

Physical education reinforces knowledge of the body, providing opportunities to apply physical skills and improve technical and tactical understanding to develop precision and complexity in movement, teamwork, and problem-solving, reaffirming healthy habits and civic values.

Color Guard

Preprimary, 3rd, 6th & 9th

The Color Guard is an essential element at Civic Ceremonies, making it an honorable position to have. Students from Preprimary, 3rd, 6th and 9th grades are evaluated on their motor skills as well as their academic and behavior performance to carry the Mexican flag during their assemblies. 

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Council of
International Schools (CIS)

Since December 2005, we are proudly accredited by CIS. The CIS accreditation granted to our school has helped in fostering excellence through an international peer review. The accreditation has also provided recognition for delivering high quality programs which are centered on our school’s objectives, while adhering to and meeting the demanding standards of CIS.
Council of International Schools

New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)

Since December 2005, we are proudly accredited by NEASC. This accreditation guarantees our school’s high quality and integrity. The accreditation indicates that we have conducted a rigorous, comprehensive self-assessment of our institution, and have hosted a visiting team of peer reviewers to evaluate and validate our school’s alignment with the standards of NEASC.
New England Association of Schools and Colleges