Since the announcement of the Mita Campus construction, there has been skepticism in our community regarding the infrastructure that will support education from the middle school level to the professional technical level. Classic questions and doubts arose: When will it happen? How will they do it? Where will they do it? Who will be involved? Why are they doing it?
These questions remained unanswered for a while, but finally, this year, we were able to address them, thanks to the support of all of you and the professionalism of our engineers and architects. The location for the campus, as we already know, was generously donated by DINE, right here in our community of Punta de Mita. The reasons behind the construction are numerous, but the main one is to meet the great need for a campus where the right to education is promoted, benefiting all communities - both the students attending the school and those supporting this worthy mission.
Currently, in this first stage of construction, the engineers assure us that the project is on schedule for timely delivery. The walls and roof have been erected, and the gray work is nearly finished. As you pass along the road, you can already see the campus from afar, a symbol of progress in our community. If the weather remains favorable, the construction of this dream project, long-awaited by many, will be completed on time.