Colegio Manquecura Ñuñoa, Santiago, Chile
ABOUT Colegio Manquecura Ñuñoa, Santiago, Chile
The school was founded in 2007 as a continuation of the educational task carried out for 70 years by the Nuestra Señora del Carmen School, which was founded by the Carmelite Sisters in 1936. Until 2018 the school was part of the Santo Tomás Educational System, made up of eight schools, a University, a Professional Institute and a Technical Training Center. In 2018, the school became part of the Cognita Schools Group and one year after changed its name to Manquecura Ñuñoa.
Colegio Manquecura Ñuñoa has some 1,300 students, and over 1oo teachers, assistants and employees in the administrative area. Spread over 6,778 square meters, there is a library, a scientific laboratory, a computer lab, a roofed gymnasium and a sports court, among other facilities.
José Aravena González
José Aravena holds a postgraduate degree in Educational and Vocational Guidance as well as a postgraduate degree in Curriculum and Evaluation, both from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He also has a masters in Management and Quality School Management from Diego Portales University and Fundación Chile.
Before joining Colegio Manquecura Ñuñoa, José worked as a mathematics and statistics teacher at Technical University of the State, a family counselor of the National Family Center, a general inspector, an academic coordinator and a school principal.
At a Glance
- Ages Taught
- 4-18 yrs
- Chilean Curriculum
- Type of School
- Day School
- Main Language