School and Education
“Train a child in the way in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.”
In recent years, the landscape of public education in Mexico has shifted, raising concerns about the erosion of certain moral values. Amidst these changing tides, The Casa Christian Academy stands as a lighthouse, guiding students towards unwavering Christian principles and shielding them from the detrimental influences that may arise within certain educational environments. Simultaneously, The Casa Christian Academy not only aspires to bridge educational gaps but also to ensure students achieve their full potential within their corresponding grade levels. Through personalized regulation classes and teaching, we provide an educational approach that caters to the individual needs of each student. This tailored approach empowers them not only to meet, but indeed surpass, age-appropriate academic expectations, while simultaneously rekindling their confidence in their learning capabilities.
Furthermore, it is important to highlight that our year-round program is supported by an official certification, acknowledged throughout Mexico. This certification equips our students with the academic credentials necessary to navigate their educational and professional futures with confidence.The educational quality at Casa translates not only into closing educational gaps but also into opening doors to a more promising and equitable educational path for each of our students. Our curriculum not only focuses on traditional subjects but also emphasizes the development of essential skills such as English, music, and arts. Additionally, we offer advanced classes such as CNC programming, laser technology, and robotics principles.
To date, we have witnessed significant advancements within the Casa classroom, reflecting the unwavering commitment and dedication of both educators and students. This period has been more than a timeframe; it has been a window into the holistic development of our children. Committed to a comprehensive educational approach, we extend beyond traditional boundaries, organizing engaging trips to museums, parks, historical sites, and theatrical performances. These experiences not only complement academic learning but also play a pivotal role in shaping their personalities. Exposure to diverse cultural and artistic pursuits broadens their horizons, fostering curiosity and creativity, resulting in a well-rounded educational journey for our students.
It is gratifying to highlight that the collaboration among educators, students, and the Casa environment has contributed to creating a space where learning transcends the mere transmission of information. It is a process of discovery, growth, and empowerment for each child. We feel honored to be part of this educational journey, guiding our children toward holistic development that will endure throughout their lives.
Jesus’ words to us in Matthew 22 draw an undeniably clear perspective of God’s view regarding the ultimate purpose and focus of all our earthly endeavors. These verses serve to define the mission and daily activities at Casa de la Esperanza. The greatest commandment gives us the foundation and framework of love wherein our true hope lies. Thus we can be a “house of hope”.
Our children are taught Biblical principles each and every day. They are instructed to love and honor God, to work and be industrious, to study diligently, and to develop their talents and abilities for service as unto the Lord. We endeavor to model loving our neighbor our neighbor as ourselves and to be kind, honest, and considerate of all those around them. At Casa de la Esperanza, we are dedicated to the purpose of serving God through our love and service of His children living at Casa. We are very attentive to the influences and examples of the staff and all of our organizational activities that effectively shape the children’s lives, directing attitudes and values towards our stated purpose.
Every opportunity is taken throughout the day to express our thankfulness and praise to our Lord. A prayer is said by one of our children before each meal followed by the recital of a Bible memory verse involving all the children. Memory verses can include all the books of the Bible, the Ten Commandments, all of Psalm 23 or Psalm 100 or any one of the 93 verses the children practice. Our daily routine also includes an evening devotional where the children sing praise songs and receive a message from God’s word.
Over the past 26 years, there have been over 190 baptisms, including community members, visitors from the United States, and youth from Casa. Please continue to pray for the church and young Christians here at Casa and in Anáhuac.