Colegio Guillermo Ponce de León is committed to the comprehensive education of its students, which includes social, emotional, ethical and intellectual education. To achieve this goal, it promotes extracurricular support with different programs aimed at enhancing the capacities of students in different areas. COMPASS (Comprehensive After-School Services) responds to these needs through the following three programs:
The main objective of the EF (English First) program is to promote the learning of English. EF responds to the need to improve school success rates in foreign language acquisition in students with the need to strengthen language skills and create solid foundations for better school performance.
The PAI program (Comprehensive Care Program), promotes well-being and addresses dysfunctions associated with psychobiological deficiencies, personal disabilities and environmental barriers. This is achieved through the analysis, execution and adaptation of significant occupations, the design and application of strategies, and the establishment of a therapeutic relationship according to individual needs. These strategies allow rehabilitation, improving the ability to understand and / or express thoughts, desires and needs, using the linguistic functions required in different social contexts. Its developed and run with the support of professionals in Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy and Neuropsychology.
The Meraki program of school accompaniment responds to the need to improve school success rates in students with socio-educational disadvantages. To achieve this improvement, the program focuses on a selected number of students in academic areas that are considered essential in order to increase and achieve educational success outcomes.