The Middle School section is composed of 6°, 7° and 8°. Each level has an average of 25 students per classroom. Each level is composed of two homerooms (ie: 7A and 7B).

Teachers are distributed in the following fashion: 23 Colombian teachers and 11 foreign teachers. Each has a university degree, and some have Masters. The average years of teaching experience is 17.

Schedules
The schedule for Middle School is from 7:45 to 3:30 p.m. Classes are 45 minutes long.

Students have 6 periods of 60 minutes each in cycles of six days, Day 1 through Day 6, without including weekends, holidays, curricular days or other times in which students do not attend school.

Students may go to their teachers for extra support during “Open Door” times or lunch time.

On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, teachers stay at school until 4:30 p.m. to attend meetings, work on lesson plans, curriculum, and professional development.

Classes Offered

Sciences, Mathematics, English, Computers, Physical Education, Art, Character Education, Religion, Music, Colombian Studies, History, and World Geography.

Student Services

The section has 2 counselors, a learning support person, a curriculum coordinator, a nurse, and a nutritionist. This team works with students, teachers, parents, and the Middle and High School principal to provide interdisciplinary support to students.

Evaluation of Student Progress

Colegio Granadino has established an integral and qualitative system of evaluation based on student performance.

The academic year is divided into four periods. Students and parents are informed about academic performance at the midpoint and the end of each grading period.

There are three parent-teacher conference days programmed into the school calendar each of the three coming at the end of first, second and third grading periods respectively. However, teacher may ask for a meeting with parents at any point in the school year in order to discuss a student’s progress. Fourth period reports are given at the end of the school year during the matriculation process.

Technology

The technological resources in Middle and High School include a computer lab with 27 new computers with 24 hour connection to the Internet, a virtual room in the library with 27 new computers and a Smart Board, and twelve video beams.

Additionally, the section has five Smart Boards, distributed among the Physics lab, the Chemistry lab, the Biology lab, and two auditoriums.

In each classroom, the teacher has a personal computer and computer for support activities, also with Internet connection, in class.

Our campus is WIFI.

The High School section is composed of 6°, 7° and 8°. Each level has an average of 24 students per classroom. Each level is composed of two homerooms (ie: 7A and 7B).

Teachers are distributed in the following fashion: 23 Colombian teachers and 11 foreign teachers. Each has a university degree, and some have Masters. The average years of teaching experience is 17.

Schedules
The schedule for High School is from 7:45 to 3:30 p.m. Classes are 45 minutes long.

Students have 6 periods of 60 minutes each in cycles of six days, Day 1 through Day 6, without including weekends, holidays, curricular days or other times in which students do not attend school.

Students may go to their teachers for extra support during “Open Door” times or lunch time.

On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, teachers stay at school until 4:30 p.m. to attend meetings, work on lesson plans, curriculum, and professional development.

Classes Offered

Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics), Mathematics (Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus), English, Spanish, Philosophy, Computers, Physical Education, Art, Character Education, Religion, Music, Colombian Studies, History, and World Geography.

Student Services

The section has 2 counselors, a learning support person, a curriculum coordinator, a nurse, and a nutritionist. This team works with students, teachers, parents, and the Middle and High School principal to provide interdisciplinary support to students.

Evaluation of Student Progress

Colegio Granadino has established an integral and qualitative system of evaluation based on student performance.

The academic year is divided into four periods. Students and parents are informed about academic performance at the midpoint and the end of each grading period.

There are three parent-teacher conference days programmed into the school calendar each of the three coming at the end of first, second and third grading periods respectively. However, teacher may ask for a meeting with parents at any point in the school year in order to discuss a student’s progress. Fourth period reports are given at the end of the school year during the matriculation process.

Technology

The technological resources in Middle and High School include a computer lab with 27 new computers with 24 hour connection to the Internet, a virtual room in the library with 27 new computers and a Smart Board, and twelve video beams.

Additionally, the section has five Smart Boards, distributed among the Physics lab, the Chemistry lab, the Biology lab, and two auditoriums.

In each classroom, the teacher has a personal computer and computer for support activities, also with Internet connection, in class.

Our campus is WIFI.