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English I   

Grammar and Punctuation

Getting Started with Essay Writting

Algebra I 

Algebra: Elementary to Advanced - Equations and Inequalities

Algebra: Elementary to Advanced - Polynomials and Roots

Fine Arts 

Modern Arts and Ideas

Seeing through Photographs

Physical Education        

Science of Exercise 

World Geography

Organising an Empire: The Assyrian Way

Introduction to the Arctic: Climate


Biology Everywhere Foundations

The Little Stuff: Energy, Cells and Genetics

Computer Science

Foundations: Data, Data Everywhere



English II  

Introduction to Public Speaking

Introduction to Research for Essay Writing

Algebra II

Algebra: Elementary to Advanced - Functions and Applications

Calculus through Data and Modeling: Precalculus Review


Introduction to Chemistry: Reactions and Ratios

Physical Education        

Healing with the Arts

World History

The Modern World, Part One: Global History from 1760 to 1910

The Modern World, Part Two: Global History since 1910

Computer Science

Ask Questions to Make Data Driven Decisions


Mentoring Moments

Each student is assigned a mentor. The mentor will follow up the academic progress of the student along the academic year. Topics from academic performance to emotion management are discussed during the mentoring sessions.

Kinich Konnekt

This a social session designed to make the students and coaches interact in a less formal manner than during their regular classes.

Collab Classes

A formal space design to introduce students to new topics, provide definitions and examples of them. Each subject (Algebra, English, Geography) has at least one of these type of sessions per week.

Guidance Gatherings 

This a second academic space in which students bring their questions about the material seen during their autonomous time. Common activities during these sessions are discussions, exercises, rehearsals and demonstrations.

Openings and Wrap ups

10-15 min spaces designed to activate, awaken or connect with others. These spaces are in charge of coaches and students alike.

Reunión de equipo virtual


Our academic team at Kinich High School is a dynamic and diverse group of experienced educators who are deeply committed to student success. Each member of our team holds a master's degree in their respective field, representing a broad spectrum of academic expertise. This breadth of knowledge allows us to offer our students a comprehensive, interdisciplinary educational experience.

We believe in the transformative power of education and are dedicated to helping each student realize their full potential. This commitment is reflected in their tireless efforts to support, inspire, and challenge our students to reach new heights of academic achievement.


Erik Ramírez

Is the founder of Kinich High School, a transformative and influential leader in the field of education technology and social impact. With an extensive background in building global teams, forming multinational partnerships, and driving a variety of EdTech companies, he brings an unmatched level of experience and understanding to a new education model. He is Harvard Graduate of the School of Education, and an MBA graduate from NYU, Stern Business School, London School of Economics, HEC form Paris. He is a fellow of the Academic for Systemic Change and an ambassador of Learning Through Play for the LEGO Foundation.

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Alejandra Garza

Admissions Director. Master in Education and International Development from University College London, Master in Administration of Educational Institutions from the Institute of Technology and Higher Studies of Monterrey and graduated in Psychology from the Autonomous University of Coahuila. Her work has focused mainly on leadership development, school dropout and retention, the formation of citizenship through higher education and educational innovation.

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Coach Val

I discovered my passion for education in the final years of my career, which is why I have also directed my path toward teaching and learning environments.

Currently, I am a part of the Kinich School project. As an Academic Coach, I have been working with teenagers in the subjects of Spanish and Civic and Ethical Education, creating various opportunities that encompass environmental awareness, promoting reading, and fostering learning through projects.

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Manuel Garcés

Academic Director. I am passionate about building community and thus being able to develop new projects related to sustainability and the environment.

I have dedicated my efforts to building an online community at Kinich School, and I have supplemented my scientific background in Chemical Engineering and Renewable Energy with studies in Education, Leadership, Self-care, and Emotional Intelligence.


Coach Fran

Like many people, I have several passions, but undoubtedly teaching - and learning - about topics related to history and culture stands out.

For a little over two years, I have been a part of the Kinich School project where I have worked with teenagers, promoting the development of their critical thinking skills, as well as fostering their love for history, reading, and the environment.

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Coach Ale

As a coach at Kinich School, Kris has taught English and art classes, as well as doses of theater, public speaking, and community projects, all aimed at preparing her students to excel on the stage of life. Passionate about reimagining education as a community project and a strong advocate for collaborative work as the most powerful tool to create solutions for global challenges.

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