Students at Churchill College study both national and international academic programmes at the same time. They graduate with two diplomas: The CCH diploma from the UNAM and the International Baccalaureate Diploma from the IB
Almost all courses at Churchill College are delivered in English. There are a maximum of two subjects each year taught in Spanish (IGCSE and IB Spanish as well as some UNAM CCH courses). Our academic programme is summarized in the diagram below:
The size of the teaching and tutor groups is of key importance at the College. In order to achieve our vision, we believe that teachers must be able to give personalized attention to the needs of individual students. Class sizes are between 5 and 23 students, depending on the subject options that the students chose to study. Such individual attention allows all staff to really know the academic and personal needs of each student. This, we believe, gives us a huge advantage over other high schools which have larger classes. Evaluation
Students are monitored consistently to ensure that every individual is making progress and receiving help when needed. For this, a computerised system is used to record grades, for classwork as well as homework, on a weekly basis. Tutors have access to this information, they are always on hand for their students and show them the results every week. In this way, the student has the opportunity to improve, based on the results obtained, thus avoiding problems in the future. Churchill College graduates
Our students are very successful academically and achieve places in top universities both in Mexico and abroad, Due to the nature of our educational vision, students score especially highly in university admission exams that require verbal and numerical reasoning and logic skills.