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About Colegio Inglés


The school is located on 12 acres in one of the best residential areas south of Monterrey city, called San Pedro Garza García (10 minutes to downtown Monterrey, 40 minutes to the International Airport).


San Agustin Campus
Two main buildings which include: Preschool Building and Lower Elementary School Building, Administrative Offices, Computer and Multimedia Labs, SciTech Labs, Library, Department of Student Services, Teachers’ Lounge, Educational Materials Center, Copy Center, Infirmary, Multi-Purpose Building, Music Room, Art Room, and Activity Room.  Outdoor facilities include Football Fields, Basketball Courts, Workout Areas, Playgrounds, and Parking areas.
Encino Campus
Upper Elementary School Building, Middle School Building, Football Field, Basketball Courts, Basketball Gym, Gym, Department of Student Services, Administrative Offices, Teachers’ Lounge, Parking areas, Computer and Multimedia Labs, SciTech Labs, Art Room, Research Center, Infirmary.


We recruit teachers who hold a BA degree in Education, Psychology or any Humanistic field. We seek teachers with a strong academic background who demonstrate a deep personal concern for each student’s academic, emotional, and social growth.

School Calendar & Schedule

The school year begins in August and ends in June. Vacations include 2 weeks for Christmas, 2 weeks for Easter, 5 weeks in summer, as well as 5 days due to Mexican official holidays. 


For detailed information please consult the CI – Yearly Calendar.

Staff Development

The school requires all teachers to participate in our year-round In-service Training Program, which is held during and after school hours, so the performance of all teachers will meet Colegio Inglés standards. As part of the professional development program, Colegio Inglés offers a three-week induction and orientation program for the new school year.

Co-Curricular Programs

Co-curricular activities are an important part of school life, support the curriculum with a different methodology and effect, and have an educational purpose. Through these clubs, students develop personal qualities and form alliances and friendships.

About the City of Monterrey


Nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains, in 1,800 – foot high valley, the city of Monterrey was officially founded in 1596 when Don Diego de Montemayor arrived with twelve families and settled in the valley which is dominated by a 5,700-foot double-peaked peak named Cerro de la Silla (Saddle Hill) which is the most famous trademark of Monterrey and can be seen from many parts of the city.

Monterrey is close to the United States both in distance and latitude. Its strategic location – 145 miles south of the Texas border – puts it nearer to the United States than to Mexico City. Monterrey is the capital of Nuevo Leon, a Mexican state that shares its northern border with Texas. The climate during summer fluctuates between 30o and 40o C and a few times in winter may drop to 0o C.

Today Monterrey is named the Industrial Capital of Mexico. Four and one-half million people reside in this city, a metropolitan area that covers 950 square miles. One of the most prosperous areas of Monterrey is the municipality of San Pedro Garza García, in which Colegio Inglés is located. This area is considered an example in the country because of its safety.

Monterrey’s business pulse beats strong and steady. Second only to Mexico City in the number of business travelers who arrive every year, it is home to some of the country’s largest corporations, and those companies which are not headquartered here often have satellite offices in the city. This is the hometown of conglomerates such as Cemex (cement), Vitro (glass) Cydsa (chemicals), Protexa (offshore drilling platforms), Imsa (steel) and Cervecería Cuauhtemoc (brewery). Monterrey is also famous for the prestige of its universities like ITESM and UDEM.

Monterrey is unique for its combination of industry, tradition, and natural landscapes. It also offers a wide range of museums, shops, sports facilities, historical monuments, theaters, cinemas, and restaurants.

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Living in Monterrey

Monterrey is considered the land of progress, history, and tradition. We offer a variety of attractions and natural beauty set within the grandeur of our signature mountains. The state of Nuevo Leon is a palate of different landscapes, delicious gastronomy, top-notch tourist services, culture, and cosmopolitan architecture as well as places where tourists and visitors of all ages can enjoy themselves. We are proud of our city, and we invite you to mingle with our people, get to know our customs, and live within the natural beauty that graces the region.

Working at Colegio Inglés

Native English Teachers hired as Overseas Hired International Teachers will be eligible for the following:

  • Housing:
    • 5–10-minute walk to School
    • Shared with 2 other teachers
    • Individual bedrooms with full bathroom
    • Includes furniture, appliances, kitchenware, telephone calls, electricity, gas, water, internet service, cable TV service, and maintenance.
    • Teacher transportation from the teacher’s house to the school and back
  • Airfare reimbursement or Travel by land reimbursement (established amount)
  • Mexican National Public Health System (Seguro Social IMSS): provides free medical care.
  • Accident Insurance Policy: covers school day and trips to and from home to the place of employment. Private doctors and/or doctor’s appointments have a fee ($100 USD Approximately).
  • Health Insurance (does not cover pre-existing conditions.
  • Working Visa fees are covered by the school.
  • Spanish Lessons for new teachers.

Recruiting Fairs (Canada)

Colegio Inglés will visit Canada in order to participate in several recruiting fairs. Interviews are one of the main requisites to apply for a job.

We hope to meet you there!

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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