Educational Model


The educational model is structured according to the dimensions of the person: spiritual, physical, psychomotor, cognitive, and social-affective which entails training areas: FAITH, CULTURE and SOCIAL.

The person acquires from the culture the elements and the meaning of life by faith that leads to a commitment to their community.

Faith encompasses all dimensions.

The person is a believer, protagonist of the culture and a social subject.

The student develops balance and exerts their personal values within their possibilities.

Seeks to arouse the interest for the search for truth, facilitates the access to culture, the opening to the progress of science and technology, interpretation and critical appreciation of reality.

Faith area Culture area The Kingdom, project of Jesus

Integral Education


  • Wakes up the concern about the search for truth, facilitates the access to culture, the opening to the progress of science and technology, interpretation, and critical appreciation of the reality.
  • Encouraged to overcome individualism and live responsibly in solidarity with other people.
  • Helps the student to discover that the man needs to its full realization of a being that it transcends him, needs of God.

Catholic Education


  • Religious education and catechism according to the guidelines of the Catholic Church, celebrates the faith, community and personal, in a framework of respect and freedom.
  • It stimulates the religious, social and pastoral concerns of the education community and offers answers through Apostolic groups such as MTA youth, friends of Jesus and MTA communities and associations, such as students and parents.

Theresian Education


It encourages the prayer as relationship with God through the virtues that are the synthesis of the Theresian humanism:
  • Strength and magnanimity to the acceptance of risk and commitment; and to maintain strong and determined the purpose of persevering to the end in pursuit of goodness and truth.
  • The personal vocation lived from the virtues that are the synthesis of Theresian humanism: strength, magnanimity, joy, gratitude, generosity, sincerity, loyalty and humility.
  • The acceptance of the risk, extent horizons, commitment in the delivery and the strong purpose of perseverig to the end in pursuit of goodness and truth.