We have received great news in the last days showing the good English command of our students, which reflects the importance of this subject in SC educational project.
Hence, the 11th-grade student Catalina Toledo was distinguished by the Harvard Club of Chile with the Harvard Book Prize Award, an acknowledgment granted by a group of alumni from said institution to 11th- and 12th-grade students who stand out in reading. The establishments that took part in this contest were: The Grange School, Nido de Águilas, Ayelén School from Rancagua and Santiago College, with the latter winning the first place.
Additionally, María Jesús Kurth, of 12th grade, won the first place in the British Embassy Cup Writing Competition, amongst students from all establishments belonging to the British School Association of Chile. This competition took place last Monday April 9th in the Mackay School of Region v.
Our school feels very proud for both acknowledgments as they confirm the effort our teachers and students make every day and the high level of English that characterizes Santiago College curriculum.