Educational System

The Educational System is the result of the fusion of programs and offerings that have evolved through these 50 years of service to Puerto Rico. Sister Isolina considered education as a core strategy for the transformation of people and communities.

Head Start and Early Head Start

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They promote school readiness in all areas. They provide a learning environment that supports growth and work collaboratively with families, ensuring learning success. They care for children from birth to 5 years old. They offer high-quality, inclusive education for children with functional diversity, health services, social work and nutrition. 

San Juan Centers

  • San Fernando
  • Vista Hermosa
  • Villa España
  • Alturas de Cupey
  • Vista Alegre
  • Cupey Alto

Ponce Centers

  • La Ceiba
  • López Nussa
  • Ponce de León
  • Arístides Chavier
  • Ernesto Ramos Antonini
  • Kids Gym
  • Pedro Clausells
  • Punta Diamante
  • Amalia Marín

Ponce School

Preschool Lap of Love

Offers care and development services to children from infants to 4 years and 11 months.

Services

  • Breakfast, lunch and snack through the Nutrition Service Program of the Department of Education.
  • Creative resume
  • Appraisal
  • Screening

Special Education with Independent Living

Provides educational services to young people between the ages of 14 and 21 participating in the Special Education program of the Department of Education. Participants receive academic training while developing skills to integrate into the community

Services

  • Social work and family counseling
  • Speech and language pathology
  • Physical and occupational therapy
  • Professional evaluations

Alternative Middle and High School

It has an academic offer from eighth to twelfth grade for young people from 14 to 21 years old. It seeks to develop the necessary skills to insert young people in the world of work, implement strategies framed in self-management and development of values and goals for their self-realization.

Services

  • Varied academic offer
  • Miscellaneous electives such as computers, sociology, sewing, and fine arts
  • Physical and virtual library services, nursing, academic counseling, psychologists and cafeteria
  • Small groups

Vocational Education for Youth and Adults

It offers technical vocational training and high skills to young people and adults, which train them for self-sufficiency and entry into the world of work. It has a Literacy-Location and Special Education program with remedial classes for adults.

Classes
vocational

  • Culinary arts, hors d'oeuvre, basic and advanced pastry
  • Cutting and sewing of clothes
  • Upholstery and saddlery

Classes
Postsecondary

  • Commercial photography
  • Home health aide
  • Barbering and styling

San Juan School

Alternative Middle and High School

It is located in Barrio Caimito and offers services to young people from 14 to 21 years of age from eighth to twelfth grade. It seeks to develop the necessary skills to insert young people in the world of work, implement strategies framed in self-management and development of values and goals for their self-realization.

Services

  • Varied academic offer
  • Diverse electives such as computers, journalism, drama, sociology, sewing, fine and arts
  • Physical and virtual library services, nursing, academic counseling, psychologists and cafeteria
  • Small groups

Guayama School

Alternative Middle and High School

It is located in the Puente Jobos neighborhood in Guayama. Provides intermediate and higher education services for youth ages 15-21. It seeks to develop the necessary skills to insert young people in the world of work, implement strategies framed in self-management and development of values and goals for their self-realization.

Services

  • Varied academic offer
  • Diverse electives such as computers, journalism, drama, sociology, sewing, and fine arts
  • Physical and virtual library services, nursing, academic counseling, psychologists and cafeteria
  • Small groups

Mobile Science

Mobile unit that enables the development of educational experiences or science laboratories in order to awaken an interest in science in its participants. It offers basic laboratory experiences where they complement what they do with their respective teachers in their classrooms.

Services

  • Workshops
  • Laboratory equipment for biology, chemistry, environmental science and robotics
  • Visit to schools, institutions and public housing

Transitional Learning Center

Provides workshop services to people 18 years of age and older with developmental disabilities. The one-year program assesses emotional, vocational, and pre-employment skills in individuals with the goal of developing and strengthening the skills required for immersion in the world of work.

Services

  • Individual, group and family interventions for the psychosocial development of young people with mental, physical and emotional deficiencies so that they achieve their integral development
  • Parent Training
  • Individual interviews to listen to skills, aptitudes and abilities of the participant
  • Assessments of the individual's occupational interest
  • Training workshops for the participant to develop their functional skills for inclusion in the workplace
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