Concepcion Adventist Academy (Chile) / Colegio Adventista de Concepcion (CL)

A secondary educational institution located in Concepcion, Chile. Founded in 1942 as a primary school it was later expanded to include kindergarten. In 1982 all secondary grades were added. Secondary licensing was obtained in 1983. Concepcion Adventist Academy operates in two areas of the city: the primary grades are taught at a location at Angol; secondary grades are taught at a location at Freire. In 1992 the fiftieth anniversary of the school was celebrated. A total of 1,423 students in 1993 were distributed as follows: kindergarten, 56; elementary, 703; secondary, 664. There are 44 faculty members and 19 on the administrative staff. Principals: Andrea de López, 1965-1966; Ruth Correa de Pozo, 1967-1973; George Araya Bishop, 1982-1987; Rolando Montoya Sierra, 1988- .

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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