ISP Becomes Owner of the Tomás Alva Edison School in Mexico
We are extremely pleased to announce that the International Schools Partnership (ISP) has become the owner of the Tomás Alva Edison School (TAE) in Mexico City.
The Tomás Alva Edison School educates nearly 2,000 children and students from 2-18 years of age across three school sites in the Colonia del Valle area of South Mexico City. The school runs the Mexican curriculum with a strong English language provision for predominantly local families and is a leading educational provider in the local area.
Steve Brown, CEO of the International Schools Partnership, comments:
“We are delighted the Tomás Alva Edison School has joined the International Schools Partnership. Given the School’s progressive approach to learning, we feel TAE is a strong fit for the group and we look forward to collaborating with the School on ISP’s approach to effective learning in the classroom. Equally, we will begin to share other benefits of being part of the ISP family of schools. This includes offering students the chance to participate in our international cultural opportunities, investing in school resources and infrastructure, and providing access to ISP expertise and support. Our aim will be to help Tomás Alva Edison School improve and progressively strengthen the School’s reputation, with a view to becoming the first-choice school in the local community.”
We welcome all children, students and staff of the Tomás Alva Edison School to the ISP family.
Find out more about the school here:
Tomás Alva Edison School
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