Retorno a Clases
Información sobre el retorno a clases de SC del plan Paso a Paso
A warm welcome to a unique educational institution, where innovation and the use of technologies, together with the essence of being human and its values and traditions, make up a community with a strong identity. In this school, we not only strive to train bilingual, open-minded, international students with an advanced academic level, but we want each of them to be better people too. Here we love our students.
On this site, we give you all the information you need to get to know us better and to learn about the new academic plans and extra-curricular activities, be they online or in person. Here you can find out who we are, what we do and how we do it. At the heart of Santiago College there has always been something very special, which has been present since the days of its founding and which has remained throughout our long history. This explains the joy and achievements of our students, the success of our graduates, as well as the deep ties that they maintain with the school throughout their lives. What is so special about SC? Two energizing forces: tradition and innovation, which together help us create a school in continuous and dynamic development, supported by an unalterable philosophy of solid purposes and values.
Lorna Prado Scott is an Elementary English and Physical Education Teacher with a Master’s degree in Educational Administration and Management. She is an Instructor in the Primary School Program (PYP) and since 2002, a member of the PYP Curriculum and Assessment Committee, both accredited by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO). Since 1990, and in different periods, she was Principal of the Lower School and Upper School until she assumed the Interim Headmistress position in 2003, being officially confirmed at the end of 2004. In 1970, she graduated from Santiago College receiving the highest distinction awarded by the school, Finer Womanhood Award (now Finer Humankind Award). She is the mother of four children.
In 2007, she was elected as one of the eight members of the Regional Committee of Directors Representatives of the International Baccalaureate Schools, International Committee, and regional committees of representatives of school directors (CIRD and CRRD).
The CIRD is made up of 16 members drawn from the CRRDs (four from each IBO region). Each CRRD is made up of eight members who are directors of IB World Colleges elected by their peers. Their role is to advise and cooperate with the IBO on matters concerning IB World Schools and to advance the cause of international education.Read all