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Vaccination Plan


Dear Parents and Guardians

It is my pleasure to greet you again.

I hope your children are working at home with the different tasks and platforms we sent you yesterday.

I would like to emphasize again the importance of keeping in touch and being very transparent with all the information we share with you.To this day, the School has no knowledge of any student or close relative infected with the COVID 19 virus. I strongly ask you that if during these days any of your children, parents, grandparents or anyone who lives with you is tested positive in the test of this virus, please let us know as soon as possible. It is our duty to inform each case at an official level and to our families, since traceability may make a difference and it can also protect our Community in a better way.

I ask you to please be responsible both with our relatives and those around us during these times, hoping the situation will not become more serious.

Regarding the vaccination plan, I would like to inform you the following:

Free Ministerial Mandatory Vaccines:

  • Levels: Playgroup to 5th grade
  • Date: Tuesday, April 14th
  • Regular lessons mode: students are vaccinated at times defined by the School
  • Suspended lessons mode: families will be called in alphabetical order

Requested paid vaccines:

  • Levels: 6th to 12th grade
  • Date: Wednesday, April 15th
  • Regular lessons mode: students are vaccinated at times defined by the School
  • Suspended lessons mode: families will be called in alphabetical order


As always, I send you all our love at this difficult time for our country and the planet.

Lorna Prado Scott
Santiago College.

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Class Suspension

Dear Parents and Guardians

I hope your and your families are doing well and in good health. I would like to inform you the following:

  • So far, there are no confirmed and informed cases of Coronavirus in our School.
  • We believe that for the common wellbeing of our Community and our country, it becomes necessary to take more drastic measures in face of this pandemic. Therefore, we have decided to close the School as from Monday March 16th for a period of 14 days. We will be monitoring this situation and will confirm the return to School according to the development of events.
  • On Monday we will send out a letter from the academic area with instructions on how students in all levels will work from home.
  • This quarantine means that students MUST NOT leave their homes. As a School and as a country, we should be responsible and not allow our children to go to malls, movie theaters, supermarkets or any other places where there is risk of contact or infection, otherwise, this measure will have no effect.
  • In case any of your children or yourselves are diagnosed with Coronavirus, please inform immediately to my email address

I hope we count with your complete cooperation.


Kindest regards,

Lorna Prado Scott
Santiago College.

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Activities Suspension

We would like to inform you that, regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic confirmed by the World Health Organization, WHO, apart from the several cases advised in Chile, we have taken a series of measures related to school activities aiming to prevent and safeguard the health of our students, their families and our whole Community.

For the time being, the Association of British Schools in Chile, ABSCH, has suspended all cultural and sports events in their calendar until May.

In order to avoid massive groups and eventual possible infections among students themselves and/or their parents, we have decided to suspend the following activities in our calendar:

  • Assemblies scheduled in the different schools.
  • Tie Ceremony scheduled for Tuesday, March 17th.
  • Information talk for parents of applicants to PK2021, Tuesday, March 17th.
  • Road Safety Campaign Launch, organized by the Parents Association, scheduled for Wednesday, March 18th.
  • Middle School Parents Meeting, scheduled for Wednesday, March 18th.
  • High School Parents Meeting, scheduled for Thursday, March 19th.
  • 8th grade Cajón del Maipo outing to Caserta Foundation, scheduled for March 25th, 26th and 27th.
  • Information talk for parents of applicants to PK2021, Thursday, March 26th.
  • Welcome Day, organized jointly with the Parents’ Association, scheduled for April 5th.
  • Open House for applicants to PK 2021.
  • The Study Trip is postponed.
  • Student Lead Conferences scheduled for April 1st and 2nd.
  • CAS Project outing, April 14th.
  • Book week, April 20th.
  • The international accreditation visit is postponed.

For us, it is very important to ask you to consider the preventive measures announced by the Ministry of Health, apart from those already mentioned in two previous emails where we have emphasized and requested the cooperation of families in the prevention:

  • Avoid close contact with infected people.
  • If possible, keep from touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • When coughing and sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with disposable tissues.
  • Hand washing must be frequent, with soap and water, for at least 20 seconds.
  • In crowded places, avoid physical and close contact with other people.
  • In the presence of the virus symptoms, attend to the relevant health center.
  • Keep quarantine when requested.

In order to reinforce these health habits, you can also visit the following link:


I would like to take this opportunity to inform you that we have just received the new protocol from the Ministry of Education regarding the actions at educational institutions and coronavirus. I include the link to the protocol, where, on section 5, you may find what the Ministry indicates in situations when students and classes could be isolated or the school closed.


Finally, and in face of the development of this pandemic, I would like to mention that if a family feels less worried by keeping their children at home, please feel free to do so, since you will have our support both academically and in justifying the absences to School.



Lorna Prado Scott
Santiago College.

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Influenza Vaccine 2020

Dear Parents

We would like to inform you that, as in previous years, the School will carry out a vaccination plan against Influenza.

We will offer the TETRAVALENTE vaccine, containing the following strains:

  • A/Brisbane/02/2018 (H1N1) pdm09-analog strain
  • A/South Australia/34/2019 (H3N2) analog strain
  • B/Washington/02/2019-like (B/Victoria)
  • B/Phuket/3073/2013-like (B/Yamagata)

The vaccine will be administered at school during the week starting on April, 6th by qualified personnel from Darvax Salud vaccination center, to all those students from 6th Grade to 12thGrade who have been signed up by their parents or guardians.

The cost of the vaccine is $ 7.467.- pesos, which will be added to the school fee in May.

Please click on the link below and complete the register form. Your replies will be received until Friday, March 27th.

Students who in lower levels, will be vaccinated free of charge at School by the Lo Barnechea vaccination center, as a part of the Ministry of Health’s Immunization Program. The date for this vaccination will be duly informed.

Should you have any doubts regarding the vaccination process, please contact the secretary from your child’s school directly and/or the school infirmary (227338907). For questions about the form, please write an email to

Link to form

Kindest regards
Lorna Prado Scott
Santiago College.

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Coronavirus Protocol

Dear Parents and Guardians


Attached you will find the Coronavirus Infection Prevention Protocol.

I would like to ask that we all take action as a responsible and efficient community, practicing the prevention measures, which will also help us decrease the spreading of other infectious respiratory conditions. 

This virus is highly contagious, which has caused it to spread so easily at international level. Fortunately, the mortality rate is not high, but it has become a serious problem in the affected countries just the same. 

We know the virus spreads by droplets when coughing or sneezing, which may reach as far as one meter and the virus remains active on surfaces for some hours. Therefore, apart from the above-mentioned protocol, we will implement other measures in the coming weeks that we will reinforce among our students and we will duly inform you.

  • Very soon, teachers and students will have to keep from greeting each other with kisses and hugs, remaining equally caring, but avoiding close physical contact.
  • We will emphasize that the use of gel alcohol is very useful, however, handwashing is much more effective.
  • The use of paper tissues is advisable when students cough, sneeze and blow their noses, and they must immediately discard them. We will have tissues available for all children, but we recommend that each one bring their own.
  • In each classroom, we will have a gel alcohol dispenser to be used immediately after sneezing or coughing, but not to replace handwashing. 

We invite you to adhere to this preventive work and to take care of our children and ourselves as a community.


pdf Coronavirus Protocol (76 KB)


Kindest regards,
Lorna Prado Scott
Santiago College.
t: (56) 22 7338 800

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Welcome 2020: First day of school

Reunion, music and fun were the protagonists of the first day of classes of this year 2020. It was a morning full of joy for those who met their teachers and classmates, but also nervousness and expectation for those who just begin the school stage or become incorporated to our community.