The Educational community is made up of four communities: the contact community, the connected community, the central community, and the formational community.See more
Schools do not operate in isolation, but in the midst of various contacts. Each member of the contact community, named the Collaborative Influencers, has the ability to impact and be impacted through their relationship with the school. It is important that the school knows the actors in its surroundings, who already have an influence in the community where they work and how they could foster positive bonds. Also, it is good to know who your neighbors are and how you can care for them as disciples of Jesus Christ.
Parents are the participants of the connected community, named for their direct role in the education of their children. The school does not operate apart from the parents, rather the goal is to keep each parent connected, ready to get involved and contribute to the educational process. There are parents who only get involved in their children's affairs while others become an extremely valuable resource, bringing new perspectives and hands-on educational work.
This community is responsible for the direct training of students. From the owners to the environmental maintainers, each member works in their respective team to cultivate the essentials for meaningful learning in students.
The students are the central axis of the mission and therefore, everything that the other communities do. This community explores all aspects of a student\s mission and how each area of development should be shaped in them: spiritual, socio-emotional, academic and physical.