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Thanks to all of you who helped in Harvest!

Happy faces and many grateful words were received after we delivered the food collected during the 2018 Harvest campaign.

The institutions favored this year were: Coaniquem, Rostros Nuevos, Hogar San Ricardo, Colegio John Wesley and Cristo Joven, which help vulnerable street people who are extremely poor, so this type of contribution means a great help, especially in this intensively cold days.

Thanks also to all families of our school who were concerned and collaborated in this initiative.


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ABS Triangular Hockey Tournament

We invite you to see photographs made at the ABS Triangular Hockey Tournament that took place in our school during the first weekend in June with the participation of students from fifth to eighth grade from Craighouse, Saint Peter's and Santiago College schools.

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Harvest 2018: I´m my brother´s keeper

A lovely Harvest celebration was held today at school where we thanked for the fruits provided to us by nature and emphasized the importance of caring for those most in need, through this year’s  motto: “I care for my brother.”

In this regard, the School Headmistress Miss Lorna Prado Scott stated that we should not only help poor people, as the weaker “brother” may be on our side in the classroom suffering due to bullying, or because he has no friends, or for any other reason.

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Back to reality...

As everything that starts has to finish, today eleventh-grade students returned to Chile after the great experience they lived in Washington D.C. during their study trip.

Some of the tourist attractions visited during the last days were:  The Capitol Building, Georgetown, the Kings Dominion Amusement Park, Baltimore, a cruise on Potomac River, Vietnam and Korea War Memorials, and many other places that surely left with them great moments and stories to tell.

Welcome back!


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IB Workshops in Santiago College for Latin American Teachers

Taking advantage of the student’s May vacations, last week our school was the venue of IB workshops that seek to train teachers about the three programs taught by the IB: PYP (Primary Years Program), MYP (Middle Years Program) and DP (Diploma).

This activity was organized by the Chilean International Baccalaureate Association (ACHBI) with the participation of 38 schools from different Latin American countries, including Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Costa Rica, Ecuador and the United States, as well as establishments from most of the Chilean regions, with a total of 33 foreign teachers and 235 teachers from Chilean schools.



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Study Tour 2018: the tickets are for Washington DC

Last Sunday, our 11th grade students left for an unforgettable trip through the capital of the United States, where they will soak up the American culture that is an important part of our school's history.

The different monuments that they will visit, which represent various events that have marked the culture of that country; As well as the experience they will participate in as a group, they will make memories that will remain with them forever from this great study trip to Washington DC.

We hope they enjoy their stay in the United States to the fullest!

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Harvest Campaign 2018: I´m my brother’s keeper

There are 23 days left to celebrate the traditional Harvest Assembly, which pays tribute to nature for the fruits it gives us, through a campaign to collect food and products intended to help people living on the streets and in extreme poverty.

We invite the entire SC community to care for our brothers who are in need, collaborating with the corresponding food for each level.

Make your contribution!  Few days left ...