SC, at the forefront of education, provides academic excellence in a bilingual setting, solidly grounded in Judeo-Christian values, that draws on cultural diversity, to prepare persons of integrity that contribute actively to the development of society in a globalized world that is subject to continuous change.
To be referent in the formation of integral persons with a spirit of service and intellectual curiosity, who persevere in the search of excellence and who are able to develop in different cultural environments, facing the challenges and uncertainties of the future with strength.
Values are the moral principles that give meaning to the decisions and behavior that the school expects from all its members. The following values have been defined:
Is the habit of acting according to what is considered right in the context of universal values and Human Rights (UN). Sincerity and consistency between acting and the ideals pursued make an honest person assertive and accustomed to telling the truth, respecting the property of others and acting with academic integrity, among others.
- Act with integrity and consistency.
- Act with sincerity and assertiveness
- Always tell the truth.
- Do not steal.
- Do not copy or plagiarize.
Is the habit of recognizing and valuing the dignity of people and their rights in the context of Human Rights (UN), accepting the legitimate physical, religious, cultural, racial, political and gender diversity.
Respect includes the recognition of the authority, acceptance and compliance with the customs of the communities to which one belongs, and acting with good manners and courtesy.
- Recognize people’s rights.
- Be aware of recognizing and accepting the physical, religious, cultural, racial, political and gender differences.
- Recognize and accept authority.
- Accept the rules, regulations and procedures of the community and act according to them.
- Act with good manners and courtesy.
Is the full exercise of freedom, in other words, act with a purpose that contributes to personal and social wellbeing, using appropriate means and assuming the possible personal and social consequences of what is said, decided or done.
Some aspects of responsibility are care of the environment and complying with acquired commitments.
- Fully exercise freedom.
- Establish proper goals and means for personal and social good.
- Be adequately informed.
- Assume consequences of words, decisions and actions.
- Comply with acquired commitments.
- Properly care for and use natural resources.
Is the constant and selfless disposition of generosity and devotion to others, based on the recognition of their particular needs and expressed in concrete actions.
- Act selflessly, with generosity and devotion.
- Recognize the needs of the other.
- Take courses of action in the face of concrete facts.
- Be generous with personal talents and resources.
- Actively defend people’s rights.
- Generate a positive change in oneself, in others and in the environment.
Is the habit of giving the best of oneself in pursuit of an objective, despite difficulties and adversity.
- Give the best of oneself.
- Strive to reach a goal, despite the difficulties (strength and perseverance).
- Tolerate frustration.
- Be proactive.
- Accept and integrate criticism positively.
- Face unknown and uncertain situations sensibly and with determination.
JOY OF LIVING
Is the habit of facing existence positively and constructively, living life fully with hope and good humor.
- Being able to look at life’s events from a positive point of view.
- Being able to enjoy different moments of life.
- Being able to face life constructively, with good humor and hope.