Santa Fe Academy / Instituto Adventista de Santa Fe (Santa Fe City, AR)

A coeducational junior and high school situated in Santa Fe city. This school is owned and operated by the Central Argentine Conference and serves nine Seventh-day Adventist churches in three neighbor districts. The curriculum consists of the five-year official secondary course—Bachillerato en Administracion—accredited by the Argentine Ministry of Education of the province of Santa Fe. The secondary school began as a primary school in 1960. It is owned and operated by the Santa Fe Central church, called “Francisco Ramos Mejía.” It was directed by Yolanda de Posse. The senior school began in 1988, and in 1993 it had a staff of 26 members and 136 students. The school has nine classrooms, the last two built in 1993. It also has a library and two small offices—one upstairs and the o...

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

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