San Roberto International School
A Nord Anglia Education School
Preparing students to excel
ISR shapes citizens of the world who are prepared to become socially responsible and successful.
We benefit from talented, experienced and world class faculty and staff.
Prepared for Success
Students are part of a global learning community that includes peers and teachers from around the world.
Students are encouraged to explore their talents
ISR offers a wide range of services and extracurricular activities.
Welcome to San Roberto
We are a values-centered community that happily welcomes people from every culture, belief, and religion.
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A Global Education Experience That is Unmatched in Monterrey
Our Be Ambitious philosophy drives our educational offer. We believe there is no limit to what your child can achieve. We ignite your child's curiosity and tell them to reach for their dreams, to step outside their comfort zones and try something new, and above all, to be ambitious.
We want your child to learn from the best which is why we recruit, retain and develop outstanding teachers. Our school also offers enhanced learning through collaborations with world leading organisations such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and The Juilliard School
The Global Campus extends learning beyond the classroom through unique challenges and activities. It connects our students around the world to learn together every day, broadening their knowledge and nurturing transferable skills to support their success in school and later in life.
As part of our commitment to inspire your child, we have collaborated with one of the world's leading performing arts conservatory, The Juilliard School. Through this exclusive curriculum, we unlock your child's love for learning and give them transferable skills for success.
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We realize how important it is to choose the right school for your child. No question is too small.