Elementary School Main Objective
Our program seeks the development of linguistic and numerical skills within our students, in which they also will be learning how to establish the foundations in science, mathematics, geography, history and other social sciences.
The Village methodology allows a constant brain stimulation according to neuropsychology, as well as respect for the educational needs and learning styles of each student.
Through our method, we develop athletic excellence by: Brain gymnastic, neurological maturation, sensorial integration working within classes and sports.
English - Language Arts - Mathematics - Social Studies - Science
Comunicación y Lenguaje - Música - Arte - Educación Física
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International Curriculum Standards
Village academic programs are aligned with competitive international and national standards. USA COMMON CORE, NGSS & CNB.
Our learning assessment process involves implementing formative, summative, and standardized testing (e.g. MAP, Achieve, Achieve 3000 TOEFL, PAA, SAT, DELF, FIT, MINEDUC).
Tolerance & Respect
Citizenship & Sense of Belonging
Empathy & Responsibility
Student Guidance Counseling
Our Village Student Guidance Counseling supports Elementary, Middle and High School students to promote their psycho- logical and socio-emotional needs in order to bring together their personal and social development within the student community.
Response to Intervention (RTI) is a multi-tier approach to the early identification and support of students with learning and behavior needs. The RTI process begins with high-quality instruction and universal screening of all children in the general education classroom. Struggling learners are provided with interventions at increasing levels of intensity to accelerate their rate of learning.
The VAC Improvement Program aims to implement curricular strategies, through an action plan that develops the necessary academic skills in students with specific diagnosis. These strategies are based on psycho-pedagogical and clinic evaluations, allowing to create personalized academic and therapeutic strategies. In addition, it promotes partial or total inclusion if the case allows it.