Colegio Pedro de Valdivia Agustinas
The Colegio Pedro de Valdivia, Campus Agustinas, was the first of the Pedro de Valdivia Schools, founded in 1983 in the historic district of Santiago.
The Colegio Pedro de Valdivia, Campus Agustinas, was the first of the Pedro de Valdivia Schools, founded in 1983 in the historic district of Santiago. The school is close to universities, museums and the government palace. The building’s distinctive, neo-republican architecture is considered a historical monument and an important part of the cultural heritage of the city. The School currently has over 1,400 students.
CPV Agustinas aspires to serve the academic, personal and social needs of all children and students by following two fundamental institutional objectives: the first is academic excellence by ensuring an excellent quality of learning for students through continuously reviewing and assessing learning, teaching methodology and curricula.
The second objective is to provide an integral learning environment. The School actively supports and values the development of skills and disciplines beyond academics offering a wide range of sports and arts related subjects while placing particular emphasis on values, ethics and spiritual growth. Additionally, the School has a strong focus on building a learning community not just for students but for staff and parents too.
Head: Francisco Javier Donoso Gómez
Ages Taught: 2-18 years
- Preparation for English Language Certification
- Pre-school Science Academy
- Recognition for high levels of academic attainment
- Outstanding programmes for Cheerleaders and Dance
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Colegio Pedro de Valdivia Agustinas.