Acreditaciones y Alianzas

Desde su fundación el Modelo Educativo Thomas Jefferson ha sido líder y referente en la esfera académica internacional por su valor humano, innovador y formativo; es por ello que hemos sido invitados a colaborar de forma activa con prestigiosas universidades, empresas, fundaciones y líderes mundiales. Nuestras colaboraciones son claves en el diseño de experiencias ITJ dirigidas a desarrollar en nuestros alumnos un liderazgo con visión global.

Actualmente somos colaboradores con la UNESCO en la creación, revisión e implementación de una currícula para países emergentes. Con el Media Lab del MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) somos monitores de programas catalizadores de aprendizaje digital. Somos también la primer escuela del mundo en implementar una currícula "verde" por medio de USGBC (United States Green Building Council) y EcoRise. Formamos con The Climate Reality Project y Al Gore a los líderes climáticos más jóvenes en certificarse. Son más de 120 programas se llevan a cabo desde Kinder a Prepa con el objetivo de equipar a nuestros alumnos con experiencias que den forma a sus competencias y tipos de liderazgo:

WORLD CHANGERS:

  1. Diana Dehm (Trash on your Back) Huntington Beach, California
  2. Dr. Atanu Dey, India
  3. Dr. Gordon Dryden, New Zealand
  4. Lama Lhanang Rinpoche, San Diego, California
  5. Ryan Hreljac (Ryan´s Well Foundation) Ontario, Canada
  6. Stephen Ritz (Green Bronx Machine) New York, New York
  7. Colonel Brian Duffy, NASA astronaut
  8. Dr. George Smoot, 2006 Nobel Laureate in Physics

INNOVATION SHAPERS

  1.  International School Partnership, London England.
  2. Buck Institute of Education, San Jose, California
  3. COST (Consortium for Overseas Student Teaching)
  4. High Tech High, San Diego, California
  5. Island Pacific Academy, Kapolei, Hawaii
  6. Microsoft School of the Future, Seattle, Washington
  7. MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Cambridge, Massachusetts
  8. University of San Diego, San Diego, California
  9. Cambridge International School, Cambridge, Massachusetts1
  10. EcoRise, Austin, Texas 
  11. Mondragón Unibertsitatea, España

 
CHALLENGE ENGINEERS

  1. Microsoft Mentor School
  2. Delos Building Wellness, New York, New York
  3. Partners - Google for Education
  4. SONY
  5. NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Houston, Texas
  6. The Climate Reality Project, Washington, D.C.
  7. UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization)
  8. USGBC (United States Green Building Council) Washington, D.C.9. WOBI (World of Business Ideas) México, D.F.
  9. DELOS, New York, New York
  10. ASOMEX (Association of American Schools in Mexico) /  Campus Guadalajara
  11. NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges)  / Campus Guadalajara 


Es un orgullo para nosotros compartirles que en este ciclo escolar iniciamos una aventura con la alianza más importante que hemos tenido: International Schools Partnership (ISP), de este modo se abre un interesante capítulo de internacionalización para la historia de nuestro Colegio y para la vida de nuestros alumnos en la definición de su futuro. 

ISP es un organismo internacional de colegios con sede en Inglaterra, cuya visión es la de inspirar y fomentar en los alumnos el tipo de competencias globales que se requieren en la actualidad, como el liderazgo multicultural, creativo, sustentable, gestor y humano. Por medio de ISP podemos ofrecer a nuestros alumnos ese tipo de experiencias a través de intercambios con Reino Unido, España y a Medio Oriente. Así mismo, podremos brindar una educación en el aula con maestros extranjeros cuya visión y formación enriquezcan la experiencia de nuestros chicos.

Esta alianza ITJ-ISP trae consigo retos y emocionantes promesas que involucran a toda la Familia Thomas Jefferson, es sin duda una de las mejores noticias para nuestra comunidad. Abrazamos esta nueva etapa con la convicción de sembrar en los corazones de nuestros chicos las semillas de un futuro más brillante.

  

 

Since its foundation, the Thomas Jefferson Education Model has been a leader in the international academic sphere due to its humanism, innovation, and educational values; which is why we have been invited to actively collaborate with prestigious universities, businesses, foundations and world leaders. Our collaborations are a key aspect in the design of the ITJ experiences geared towards developing our students’ leadership skills with a global vision. 

Currently we are collaborating with UNESCO in the creation, revision and implementation of a curriculum for emerging countries. We are also the first school in the world to implement a "green" curriculum through the USGBC (United States Green Building Council) and EcoRise. Our students are the youngest certified climate leaders in The Climate Reality Project with Al Gore. We work with Johns Hopkins University on the implementation of the Gifted & Talented Program, as well as our inclusion program with the University of Kentucky. We are also accredited by NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges) as a school of the highest quality in every aspect, and are a member of ASOMEX (Association of American Schools in Mexico) which recognize us as an international school, of the highest standards. There are over 120 programs implemented from Kinder through High School with the intent of arming our students with the experience to shape their skills and leadership abilities:

WORLD CHANGERS:

  1. Diana Dehm (Trash on your Back) Huntington Beach, California
  2. Dr. Atanu Dey, India
  3. Dr. Gordon Dryden, New Zealand
  4. Lama Lhanang Rinpoche, San Diego, California
  5. Ryan Hreljac (Ryan´s Well Foundation) Ontario, Canada
  6. Stephen Ritz (Green Bronx Machine) New York, New York
  7. Colonel Brian Duffy, NASA astronaut
  8. Dr. George Smoot, 2006 Nobel Laureate in Physics

INNOVATION SHAPERS

  1. International School Partnership, London England.
  2. Buck Institute of Education, San Jose, California
  3. COST (Consortium for Overseas Student Teaching)
  4. High Tech High, San Diego, California
  5. Island Pacific Academy, Kapolei, Hawaii
  6. Microsoft School of the Future, Seattle, Washington
  7. MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Cambridge, Massachusetts
  8. University of San Diego, San Diego, California
  9. Cambridge International School, Cambridge, Massachusetts1
  10. EcoRise, Austin, Texas 
  11. Mondragón Unibertsitatea, España

CHALLENGE ENGINEERS

  1. Microsoft Mentor School
  2. Delos Building Wellness, New York, New York
  3. Partners - Google for Education
  4. SONY
  5. NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Houston, Texas
  6. The Climate Reality Project, Washington, D.C.
  7. UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization)
  8. USGBC (United States Green Building Council) Washington, D.C.9. WOBI (World of Business Ideas) México, D.F.
  9. DELOS, New York, New York
  10. ASOMEX (Association of American Schools in Mexico) /  Campus Guadalajara
  11. NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges)  / Campus Guadalajara 

We are proud to share that this school year we will start an adventure with our most important alliance so far: International Schools Partnership (ISP). This collaboration will open up global opportunities defining the future of our school and students. 

ISP is an international organism of schools with its headquarters in England, whose vision is to inspire and promote in students the global skills that are required in the present; such as multicultural, creative, sustainable, and humanistic leadership skills. Through ISP we are capable of offering our students experiences through exchanges within the United Kingdom, Spain, and the Middle East. Likewise, we will be able to offer in our classrooms an education with foreign teachers whose vision and formation enrich the experience of our students.

This ITJ-ISP alliance brings forth challenges and exciting promises that involve the whole Thomas Jefferson family, and is without a doubt one of the best pieces of news for our community. We embrace this new step with the conviction of planting in the hearts of our students the seeds for a brighter tomorrow.