Frequently asked questions

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Each grade is grouped into parallel sections. At the initial level, the number of students per section is a maximum of 25; in the rest of the school, the average is 30 students per section, with a maximum of 32, only in case of eventualities.

From PK through second grade, there are always two teachers working with students.

From kindergarten to third year of secondary school, classes take place in “Trener 1”, our central location. The students of the last two grades of high school attend “Trener 2”, a local that is located five blocks from our central local. Both campuses have laboratories, special classrooms for all school activities, and sports and recreation areas.

We encourage in our students the habit of work and orderly coexistence. In a general environment of respect for others and for the rules, we emphasize the importance of discipline and the development of self-discipline.

Our objective is to make them aware of their responsibilities and lead them to recognize the advantages of respecting the established norms, instead of limiting ourselves to a vertical imposition of rules.

Yes, we have several specialists in this department. In coordination with the teaching staff, they attend to the prevention, detection and correction of problems that could arise, individually or in groups, during the educational process. Additionally, our psychopedagogical service organizes talks and orientation programs for parents and students, related to topics that are of special importance at each stage of development.

Our program is geared towards the Peruvian curriculum and the demands of the Peruvian higher education centers that our students attend when they graduate. In this sense, we dedicate part of our time in the last grade of secondary school to guide them in the election and application process, a process in which our students have been extremely successful. On the other hand, we’ve had students who have moved abroad in order to finish their schooling or to start higher studies and, in all cases, they have been accepted and have performed satisfactorily thanks to our school program.

The international bachelor programs that some Peruvian schools have implemented often involve one more year of study and/or some special requirements that mean that the program can only be used by a few students in the grade. At Colegio Trener, we have preferred to develop an academic program up to 5th year of secondary school, in which all our students can participate without unnecessarily delaying their admission to university.

Psychomotricity and sports play an important role in our educational approach. From the earliest grades we encourage interest in practicing a sport. Our students can participate in the ADECOPA championships, a school association to which we belong.

In primary, sports activities are held at the Monterrico location. Since the school has a 23,000 m2 sports center in Pachacamac, we move high school students to that location once a week, where their physical education classes and workshops such as gardening, carpentry, and sculpture, among others, take place. Our Pachacamac campus is also used by younger students and the Trener family in general, as a setting for various sports and recreational activities.

Arts, music and sports are covered in the curriculum but we also give the opportunity to our students to participate in other activities outside of the school schedule, in these and other areas. In that way, every student can explore their area of interest. These activities, being voluntary, have an additional cost.

At all times we take care of helping our students to overcome the difficulties that may arise during their education. To adequately respond to the different learning rhythms, we have leveling programs as part of the educational service: some within the classroom and during school hours; other students require additional hours of work. In the latter case, if the leveling becomes a regular or individual service, there is an additional cost.

In the early years, children use the computer and other devices within the context of different pedagogical activities and also attend computer classrooms with their teachers. In this way, while taking advantage of these instruments for better learning, they work on specific information and communication technologies (ICT) and manage to master the tools they need for school work.

The development of the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) program in Trener 2 and the iPads in Trener 1 are increasingly allowing our students to access the most convenient tools in all curricular areas. For these purposes, we have a Virtual Classroom, more than 200 ipads, three computer rooms and computers in all classes connected to each other and to the Internet through wireless access (WIFI) through adequate bandwidth.

In Secondary we also have a curricular area of ​​Computer Science. In this we have been strengthening three aspects of ICT that are useful for all academic areas:

1) The use of the cloud to access applications, the storage of files that can be accessed from any device connected to the Internet, and collaborative work by sharing and synchronizing information.

2) The design of algorithms to analyze problems and proceed to code them in a programming language such as Scratch or Code.

3) The use of software or applications to process texts, spreadsheets, presenters, graphic design, programming and creation plus editing of videos, among others.

Yes, the area of ​​Religious Education is worked on. In the third and fourth grades of primary school, the program focuses on preparation for the First Communion. The area of ​​Religion makes it easier for each student to build their identity as a Catholic and as a member of the Church. Likewise, it contributes with an additional space for reflection that adds to the education in values ​​that we provide. However, it is an activity that does not necessarily involve the entire grade, since we are a secular school and it is not a requirement to be Catholic to enter.

Our students attend in streetwear clothes. However, we do have a dress code that they must follow and an obligatory uniform for Physical Education (PE), sport events and other special occasions

School entrance fee: S/ 18,000.00

Amount of school registration: Initial: S/ 2,100.00, primary and secondary: S/ 2,300.00

Amount of the school pension: Initial: S/ 2,100.00, primary and secondary: S/ 2,300.00

Number of pensions per year: 10

Annual cost: The sum of the tuition plus the ten pensions, that is, for PK and K S/ 23,100.00 and for primary and secondary S/ 25,300.00.

Tuition and fees include the entire pedagogical service, support outside the classroom (grading and group counseling), supplies, materials, book bank, day trips, personal accident insurance, among others.

Do the entrance fee, tuition and pensions increase from one year to the next? The entrance fee has remained the same in the last 8 years, but the pensions and tuition have increased over the years. This increase has fluctuated in recent years between 4% and 9%, which is determined according to the needs of the school and communicated to the parents before the end of the school year, within the time limits established by law. These have been our pensions for the last thirteen years. 

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